Pupils, their parents and members of staff at the College are being asked to help tackle digital poverty for local partner organisations in need of support through donations of any unwanted devices at home or at work.
During this unparalleled time in the College’s history, one of the consequences of lockdown is that we are unable to end the year with our traditional Founder’s Day event.
The final Choral Evensong of the academic year and the first virtual Chapel Choir Service in our online world will be led by the Chaplain and Master and will include music by Francis Jackson, William Walton and Theodore Dubois.
Seeing the smiling faces of our DUCKS learners this week has been such a wonderful gift.
With the cancellation of thousands of fundraising events, charities have lost billions in income and many charities have had to reduce services at a time when vulnerable members of society need them most.
Staff and children alike had a fantastic time dressing up on Thursday for World Book Day.
As part of the celebration of books the children thoroughly enjoyed teaming up with different classes to share their love of reading.
Friends of DUCKS (FoD) greatly appreciates the enormous support from parents and members of the school community who attended our annual Quiz Night.
DUCKS children were all treated to a marvellous piano recital this week when Julian Barber, one of our piano teachers, played a piece by Beethoven which he is performing in a public concert.
This month across the College, we have been exploring the concept of identity and celebrating me, we and us.
Reception classes, Year 1 and Year 2 had an amazing time building creative and imaginative structures during our Lego Workshop.
The children attending Breakfast Club ate through a mountain of delicious steaming hot pancakes, drizzled with honey or strawberry jam and accompanied by bowlfuls of raspberries, blueberries, strawberries and bananas.
Moorhen Class and Heron Class have had a splendid time travelling back in time, learning about the intrepid expedition of Ernest Shackleton and his crew to the Antarctic.
Year 2’s trip started off at the Tate Modern and were astounded by the stunning view from the terrace where we saw a great variety of buildings old and new, constructed from a range of materials.
A total of £300 was raised at the second hand uniform/coffee morning. The money will benefit Friends of Dulwich College's chosen charity, HoneyPot
What a fantastic week we have had here at DUCKS, learning all about Chinese New Year.
As historians Year 2 have been looking at evidence of the Great Fire of London in 1666 and finding out facts from different sources.
This term’s creative curriculum theme of 'Construction in Action' is now well underway in our DUCKS' classrooms.
Elections took place in the Infants' school for the DUCKS Playground leader. In their classes the children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 wrote a collaborative manifesto for their Little Miss or Mr Men candidate.
As we draw to the end of celebrating Dulwich 400, Neddy the Teddy a commemorative bear for Edward Alleyn, founder of Dulwich College in 1619, was presented to all classes at DUCKS from the Baby Room to Year 2.