On Monday the children of DUCKS came to school ready to walk the red carpet in launch of their summer theme Lights, Camera, Action.
On Thursday 22 April DUCKS came dressed in green and blue in celebration of World Earth Day.
On Thursday 25 March, children from the Kindergarten and Infants' School met virtually to celebrate each and every birthday at DUCKS.
Last week Reception children enjoyed exploring the life cycle of a frog and discovering fantastic froggy facts.
As part of our ‘Ready, Steady, Grow!’ topic, Year 1 children have been busy planting cress seeds and keeping a factual cress diary to make predictions and record our findings.
Last Friday, the Food & Nutrition leadership group met for their final virtual meeting of the term.
Last week, the Eco Warriors met remotely and completed a Learning Environmental Review of DUCKS.
The first Year 2 participants were greeted by grey clouds, wind and rain that seemed to get greyer, harder and stronger as the 25-minute timer slowly made its way to zero.
DUCKS prefect, Josh Theaker, announced the winners from each House as well as our overall competition winner.
On the afternoon of World Book Day, we enjoyed a virtual visit from author and illustrator, Lynne Russell.
On Monday afternoon the children at DUCKS were invited to attend a wellbeing creative workshop with Sue Mulholland, Director of Art and Design.
We are conducting an experiment to find the best growing conditions for cress.
Following a rather chilly couple of weeks, we chose to use the changes in the weather to our advantage.
The children in Reception, Year 1 and 2 came together virtually to celebrate House Day, representing their Houses wearing yellow for Elm, green for Willow, blue for Chestnut or red for Oak.
Local mosaic artist Tamara Froud has created a bird-themed wall-mounted mosaic at the main entrance for DUCKS, Dulwich College Kindergarten and Infants’ School.
Sue Mulholland, Director of Art & Design led a creative workshop titled 'Mould it' this afternoon for the DUCKS community.
The children of DUCKS were delighted last week to hear bedtime stories read and told to us in the spirit of National Story Telling week.
The Moorhens and Herons had a fabulous time in the snow after the long awaited flurry at the weekend.
As we embark on another term of virtual learning, pastoral care remains a priority for College staff as well as pupils and we have introduced a range of initiatives to help staff look after their wellbeing.
Despite not being able to hold our usual 'Carols by Candlelight' event this year, children at DUCKS have been finding different ways to sing carols and experience the festive season.