On the Saturday of Founder’s Day, over 100 boys, siblings, parents, staff, OAs and a Governor attended Dulwich Park for the weekly 5K parkrun.
As one event to mark our 400th anniversary, Years 1 and 2 walked down to the College on a glorious sunny day to enjoy the magnificent sound and sight of House Singing.
Thank you to our wonderful community of parents and carers for coming to our Sports Day, which was a joyful culmination of a year’s busy and energetic games and PE activities at DUCKS.
DUCKS Year 1 and 2 children joined the College community having fun scrambling up and through the inflatable obstacle course and bouncing or sliding out again.
Monday's celebration of the College's 400th anniversary was an inspiring day of pageantry, words and music.
This week, the children at DUCKS were delighted to welcome The Rt Hon Peter Riddell, Chair of the Board of Governors.
Last week the Nursery travelled to the wonderful world of Hobbledown.
As part of our wellbeing programme, the Year 1 and 2 children took part in the Southwark Road Safety lesson on Thursday.
Lapwing Class and Swan Class enjoyed a fun-filled day at the Science Museum on Wednesday.
The author of Lifesize and Lifesize Dinosaur, Sophy Henn, was a huge hit with the children at DUCKS with her lively assembly this week.
Thank you to all the Parent and Carers who joined us for our Stay and Share session in Teal class on Wednesday morning.
As part of Parent and Carer Week, Kingfisher Class parents and children were set a challenge to construct a bridge using only paper straws and masking tape.
DUCKS celebrated 2 huge achievements in our Readathon assembly. During the Easter break we read more than 933 books.
Wednesday saw a very colourful and enthusiastic Bikers’ Breakfast event take place in the KS1 playground, with bikes of all shapes and sizes on show.
Our Parent and Carer week got off to a boogey-woogey start at the duet concert on Monday morning in front of the whole school.
The school grounds have burst into clouds of pink and white colour recently as our numerous cherry and other fruit trees in our orchard have blossomed into colour, and sometimes resembled a snowstorm of petals when the wind blows.
Years 1 and 2 were very excited to receive hand-written letters from the children in DUCKS Beijing.
Oliver Storey, a Year 12 pupil at the Senior School, has been selected to be the DUCKS Prefect starting this term.
We are delighted to confirm we have raised £118 for the charity The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
The Dulwich Olympiad has been in full swing this week and DUCKS were not forgotten in the packed programme.