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We believe that mutual benefit comes from engaging in partnerships. Across the College pupils and staff voluntarily contribute their time and expertise to a wide range of community activities which are carried out under the umbrella of the College's whole-school strategic development plan and as detailed in the 2022 Annual Report.

Our Aims

Educational Partnerships

Through our targeted community partnership work we aim to help:

  • Support the local primary sector
  • Raise aspiration and pupil outcomes
  • Improve STEM outcomes in Southwark
  • Improve KS3 and KS4 aspirations and outcomes
  • Address local and national teacher shortage
  • Develop pupil voice and staff leadership training across the local secondary sector

Community Action

  • We aim to help foster a sense of service among pupils
  • We aim to promote involvement in Community Action to help make a difference

Shared Facilities

  • We aim to make our facilities available to members of the community when not in use by the College

The linked pages offer you examples of our work, and we would be delighted to hear from you with any feedback.

Helen Hayes
"I believe that there are significant mutual benefits when local schools work together, and it is very encouraging to see the development of meaningful partnerships between the Dulwich Foundation Schools and our excellent local state schools to the benefit of all students."Helen Hayes | Member of Parliament for Dulwich and West Norwood
Dr Joe Spence

Dr Joe Spence

The Master, Dulwich College
Co-director of the Southwark Schools Learning Partnership
Trustee of the Mark Evison Foundation
Trustee of Art History LinkUp
Trustee of Dulwich Picture Gallery

Dr Joe Spence on The Future of Partnership

Dr Cameron Pyke

Dr Cameron Pyke

Deputy Master External, Dulwich College
Trustee of E-ACT Multi-Academy Trust
Trustee of Southwark Community Educational Charity
Governor of Worth School

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