A total of £300 was raised at the second hand uniform/coffee morning. The money will benefit Friends of Dulwich College's chosen charity, HoneyPot
What a fantastic week we have had here at DUCKS, learning all about Chinese New Year.
As historians Year 2 have been looking at evidence of the Great Fire of London in 1666 and finding out facts from different sources.
This term’s creative curriculum theme of 'Construction in Action' is now well underway in our DUCKS' classrooms.
Elections took place in the Infants' school for the DUCKS Playground leader. In their classes the children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 wrote a collaborative manifesto for their Little Miss or Mr Men candidate.
As we draw to the end of celebrating Dulwich 400, Neddy the Teddy a commemorative bear for Edward Alleyn, founder of Dulwich College in 1619, was presented to all classes at DUCKS from the Baby Room to Year 2.
During the half term break Miss Frederick was lucky enough to visit DUCKS Yangon Star City campus, one of the two Dulwich College sites in Myanmar.
We are extremely grateful for all the generous food donations the DUCKS community made in the run up to Harvest Festival this year.
The final day of each half term is always a day the children look forward to as we celebrate House Day and dress up in our House colours.
We are proud to be able to welcome to Dulwich College a therapy dog in training, Monty, into our school community.
DUCKS Year 2 children were delighted to be invited to Rosemead School’s inaugural ‘Festival of Sport’.
This week we have been delighted to be able to hear highlights from our Year 2 manifestos.
The talented Year 1 children presented their colourful assembly in front of all their parents as well as the rest of the school.
Year 2 were treated to a magnificent performance by Tom Fletcher, bestselling children's author - as well as famous for being a member of the band McFly.
As part of their commitment to service across the College we are delighted to have 49 boys assigned to classrooms across the Infants’ and Kindergarten school.
Mufti Day provided a bright Friday 4 October with pupils echoing the Ugandan flag by wearing red, yellow, black or white.
As part of our exploration of our Explosion of Colour topic, the children in Year 1’s Teal Class have been adapting and rewriting a poem by Colin West entitled 'Our Colours'.
Kew Royal Botanic Gardens was a riot of colour as Kingfishers and Teals descended upon its magnificence on a sometimes-rainy, sometimes-sunny but always busy and interesting day.
The children have all been enjoying the benefits of Forest School this week picking apples and plums to wash and eat.
Thank you to all the children who came to school wearing jeans today to support this wonderful charity.