House Day was full of colour, excitement and sporting spirit as the children took part in an assortment of activities.
On Sunday hundreds of local residents joined representatives of the Dulwich Estate and the Foundations Schools around the War Memorial in the courtyard of the Old College to mark the moment of the Armistice exactly hundred years ago.
St Stephen’s Church was full of excited children and their parents who had come together to sing and celebrate Harvest Festival.
The children have been making the most of the warm autumnal weather that we have all been enjoying.
Rugby club is just one of the broad range of extra-curricular activities we offer at DUCKS.
Our Go Wilders thoroughly enjoy learning through play and practising new skills in our wonderful Forest School.
Dulwich College is an active member of the Herne Hill and Dulwich Safe Routes to School Group which promotes active travel to enable children to get to and from school safely and independently.
Well done to all the Year 1s who spoke and sang beautifully at their Blue Planet Assemblies.
DUCKS run an extensive range of after school clubs and children who love being outdoors and painting signed up for The Art of Plein Air.
“Enjoyable and exhilarating!” was how one Year 2 girl described their ‘Under the Sea’ dance workshop.
Lynne Russell, children's author and illustrator, visited DUCKS and read her book, Stinky-Dog….Where Are You?
Please do take a look at the DUCKS Instagram account - a window into learning.
Year 2 had a whale of a time this week with the exciting task of starting our mammoth art project.
As part of our Blue Planet topic, Kingfisher Class and Teal Class have thoroughly enjoyed learning about sharks this week.
Last Thursday morning Mrs Parker led a special Jeans for Genes assembly and we were delighted that Iain Scarisbrick, Dulwich College Deputy Master Co-Curricular, was able to attend.
Mrs Norris, Head of DUCKS, welcomed the children back after a wonderful summer.
Mrs Norris, our new Head of DUCKS, introduced herself to the whole school and gave new joiners and returning children a warm welcome to DUCKS during the first day back assembly.
Year 1 brought The Great Outdoors into the hall with their Fabulous Funky Flower Fair yesterday and what a resounding success it was.
House Day marks the end of every half term and the children thoroughly enjoy spending time with their friends from all year groups.
The Early Years classes all had a session with Vivienne Harris, the pedestrian trainer from Southwark, on Monday.