Thank you to our wonderful DUCKS community last term for raising £94 for the charity Save the Children.
Textile natural dyeing club, where art meets science, is one of the many popular activities at DUCKS which the children look forward to, once the school day has finished.
Dulwich College launched its 400th anniversary at Ducks on Monday morning with a visit from Queen Elizabeth I, Edward Alleyn, and the Master, Dr Joseph Spence.
Friends of DUCKS class representatives and parents put on a wonderful Christmas Fair last Saturday.
Well done to the Kingfisher and Teal Classes and what a fantastic Nativity performance.
Swan Class and Lapwing Class danced and sang their way to a storm of applause during their wonderful nativity show.
DUCKS School Council, made up of children from across the school, have elected to support the charity ‘The Whale Company’ and we were delighted to welcome two representatives from The Whale Company to DUCKS on Monday.
On Wednesday 5 December, Charlie Johnson (Year 5), together with Jacob Page (Year 13), Mr Davies and Mrs Twisk from DUCKS were invited to City Hall to receive a highly prestigious award on behalf of The College.
DUCKS enjoyed an historic assembly when one of the parents brought in a real Enigma machine, from Bletchley Park.
Congratulations to all the children who raised a whopping £2,000 for the charity Magic Bus through their efforts in the Charity Assault Course Challenge.
The Year 2 children were treated to a hockey masterclass yesterday as Justin King, Master in charge of Hockey, joined forces with Stephen Kelly, Welsh International Hockey Team.
Year 1 dived into a magical adventure below the ocean’s surface and came face-to-face with some of the most stunning creatures of the sea at the Science Museum.
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.