The Dulwich Olympiad has been in full swing this week and DUCKS were not forgotten in the packed programme.
Piano is one of the most popular instruments to learn at DUCKS and it was easy to see why in the many beautiful pieces played during the two piano concerts held at DUCKS this week.
Our school orchestra cohort is at record numbers with numerous violin players, several cellos and even one acoustic guitar.
Year 1 made a trip to the College this week as part of their ‘Blue Plaque’ project
Ben Fogle, modern day adventurer and author visited Dulwich College Junior School to introduce his first children's book Mr Dog and the Rabbit Habit to Year 3 and DUCKS children.
A huge thank you to all the parents who came in this week to read a story in their mother tongue.
Captain Underpants, Dennis the Menace and Little Red Riding Hood were just a few of the characters we saw on Thursday as we celebrated World Book Day.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare was the inspiration for Year 1 who have been delving into the world of storytelling.
On 14 February Lapwing Class enjoyed sharing their Valentine's Day assembly all about Paddington Bear and our lovely London Town.
The ten chicks, which hatched out from their eggs in our incubators in DUCKS, have been enjoying the sunny spring days.
halea Turowski from Save the Children visited DUCKS and spoke during assembly about how the charity supports families in need.
We are delighted that Save the Children are our charity partners for 2019.
During the Michaelmas term, Dulwich College supported the charity, Magic Bus.
On Sunday 3 February, an intrepid team of Dulwich College staff, parents, pupils and Old Alleynians participated in the 5th annual London Winter Run in aid of Cancer Research UK and the Dulwich College Bursary fund.
In a special Chinese New Year assembly on Monday, DUCKS children learnt how this festival is celebrated by our fellow DUCKS children in China and Singapore.
All ten eggs which we have been keeping a close watch over, in a glass incubator, have safely hatched.
The Swan Class sang and spoke impressively in front of their audience of the rest of the school and their families who had come to watch them.
Dulwich College has an abundance of famous authors such as PG Wodehouse, Raymond Chandler and Michael Ondaatje and following in their footsteps we are holding a popular after school class for budding writers.
Avocet Class and Curlew Classes in Year 2 put on two wonderfully captivating assemblies.
To mark its 400th anniversary year, Dulwich College has created a timeline that celebrates its extensive history.