Turner Prize-winning artist and Oscar-winning filmmaker Steve McQueen, together with Tate Britain, Artangel and A New Direction, this November unveils one of the most ambitious visual portraits of citizenship ever undertaken in one of the world’s largest cities.
On Wednesday, the boys were treated to a fantastic performance given by the Brass Consort playing two film music medleys.
On Monday 11 November, the first Open Concert of the year was held with performances by thirty boys.
Thursday 7 November saw nine of our talented guitarists and drummers perform music from the Rock and Pop styles in the George Farha Auditorium.
The football pitches have been a hive of activity so far this term with Junior School football in full flow.
The annual Scholars' Concert took place in the beautiful setting of the Great Hall on Wednesday 16 October.
We are proud to be able to welcome to Dulwich College a therapy dog in training, Monty, into our school community.
Dulwich College is delighted to have been awarded Independent School of the Year 2019 for the Performing Arts by Independent School Parent magazine.
Year 4 visited Brixton and West Norwood Foodbank warehouse to deliver food kindly donated by the Junior School boys and their families.
Mufti Day provided a bright Friday 4 October with pupils echoing the Ugandan flag by wearing red, yellow, black or white.
Year 5 went back in time to 1899 and spent the morning living as Victorian children.
We were absolutely thrilled and delighted to host the author (and much loved singer from the band McFly) Tom Fletcher on the publication date of his brand new book The Christmasaurus and the Winter Witch.
It seemed somewhat appropriate that in the year we celebrate our 400th anniversary, we should host our biggest U10 Football tournament to date.
This week, Year 6 have had thoroughly enjoyable visits to the Imperial War Museum.
Last Friday, Year 4 visited the South London Synagogue in Streatham as part of their Religious Studies topic this term.
On Friday there were over 50 societies presenting at the annual Union Fair, and the attendance of boys were overwhelming from every year group.
On Thursday, Year 5 had a wonderful day visiting Crystal Palace in the sunshine.
Year 4 went enjoyed a visit to the forest school setting at DUCKS, utilising the space for their Science topic this term.
Today the Junior School was invaded by a rabble of rumbustious Roald Dahl characters parading in our playground.
This week we were thrilled to welcome multi million selling author - Caroline Lawrence to speak to Junior school boys.