Welcome to Virtual Dulwich, the section of our website where we share a selection of the virtual learning work and activities from the homes of our creative and conscientious community of pupils, staff and Old Alleynians.
Virtual Dulwich opened when the College gates first closed in March 2020. Our film here records highlights of the activity that took place during last year's Summer term, including virtual learning, co-curricular, fundraising and community work.
As we start a new term and another period of lockdown, our community has once again moved online. Please explore these pages to read a Message from the Master, Dr Joe Spence, and take part in a creative Wellbeing exercise devised by our Art Department. This is just one of our Online Resources, a collection of free (with only the occasional exception) online resources for children and young people, and for their teachers and families. Anybody, from any school, is welcome to use them.
In addition to Sports co-curricular sessions for our pupils throughout the week, we are also running a whole-school fitness session each week after school and a school community session on a Saturday morning for staff, pupils, parents and alumni. We will be marking Holocaust Memorial Day at the end of this month, our next Thinking About lecture is in the pipeline, and we are already looking forward to our annual Dulwich College Identity Awareness Month in February.
We will add news, photographs and films to this section and to our social media channels as the 2021 Lent term progresses, so please do visit regularly for the latest updates.