On Thursday afternoon, Swan class launched the books they had been writing and illustrating. T
Respect & Resilience were the themes of our Lent mid-term House Day at DUCKS today.
Our singing, dance and drama skills were perfected on Tuesday when Year 1 and Year 2 attended a ‘twisted’ themed Perform Workshop.
Our Antarctica topic led us on our very own exciting journey this week.
Our P.E. lessons were a huge hit this week as the children practiced their climbing, balancing and jumping skills.
DUCKS children have the opportunity to choose to work on either the Learnpad or the HP Stream laptops.
Both the Year 1 classes put on Viking assembly performances this week for their parents and carers as well as for the rest of the school.
DUCKS are proud to have representatives from Year 2 who take part in weekly School Council meetings.
There are over 30 after school clubs a week to choose from in DUCKS.
We have been developing skills in our Clay Workshop and this week we rolled out the clay to make the initial letter from our names which we will decorate and paint in the coming weeks.
Curlew and Avocet classes have been learning all about the famous legend of the magical sword which was plunged into a stone by the wizard Merlin.
As part of their Viking topic, Year 1 have been using the Viking alphabet to write their names.
DUCKS had an exciting first day back as we all dressed up as characters from history to launch our new theme 'Long, long ago'.
Thank you to the DUCKS community for your generous sponsorship of the children in the Assault Course Challenge.
The Year 2 children were treated to a hockey masterclass by Dulwich College sports teacher Justin King assisted by Mr Kelly, who plays international hockey for Wales
Reception and Year 2 were delighted to learn about some Hanukkah traditions from one of our parents.
After a rigorous process to find a Director of Development, Laurie Hindley’s successor, we are delighted to confirm that we will be joined on 5 March 2018 by Matt Jarrett, currently Director of Development at King’s College School.
Dulwich College attended the Independent Schools Show at Battersea this year to meet parents considering independent schools for their children, from Nursery to Upper School.
A huge variety of flying creations came together in an explosive climax to celebrate our ‘Up, Up and Away’ topic.
This week Kingfisher class have been writing exciting adventure stories featuring James from James and The Giant Peach by Roald Dahl.