This week Year 2 became research scientists. They explored a range of new technology and developed many skills.
The children arrived with teddy bears in arms wearing red, white and blue or purple and white feeling very excited.
The Year 1 children spent a gloriously sunny day at Kew last week developing their knowledge of plants and their habitats.
On Wednesday, the children of DUCKS grew in excitement as they witnessed the first eggs hatch via the 'duckcam' streamed in every class. By Friday all five ducklings had hatched.
Reports from the BBC and other news channels have confirmed that Sir Ernest Shackleton’s lost vessel, the Endurance, has been found on the bottom of the Weddell Sea.
The morning started with an outdoor World Book Day parade.
In celebration of World Book Day, pupils from Year 8 to Year 12 visited DUCKS to read their favourite stories in languages other than English on Monday & Tuesday lunchtimes this week.
The Year 1 children invited their families to school for their Celebration of Learning assemblies.
A week of eco awareness and sustainable change.
In preparation for Eco Week the children of DUCKS enjoyed a hands-on workshop using handmade Junk percussion instruments.
Remembrance Day holds a poignant and meaningful place in our hearts and helping our young learners at DUCKS understand the importance of recognising those who help us and demonstrating our respect has been a vital part of how we mark the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month.
This morning, November 11 2021, at 1100hrs, the Dulwich College community came together for our annual Service of Remembrance at the War Memorial to mark Armistice Day.
Building on the College’s theme from last year’s Black History Month of Adding to History, this year we explored the focus of Ancestors and Descendants.
During the week, the children at DUCKS have been focusing on Article 27 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The children at DUCKS enjoyed a day of free learning launching their new theme of Discovery.
The children of DUCKS have been immersed in a free learning STEAM Week.
The sun finally came out and nature bloomed as Mental Health Awareness Week took root across the College community.
On Tuesday the children and staff of DUCKS participated in creative wellbeing workshops led by the director of Art & DT Sue Mulholland.
Families collected a piece of fruit at drop off today for the DUCKS walker's breakfast.
On Monday the children of DUCKS came to school ready to walk the red carpet in launch of their summer theme Lights, Camera, Action.