Despite the unseasonably chilly weather, Forest School continues undaunted in Year 3.
The main event in Year 5 this week has been the Play in Two Days project.
In Drama, we are working hard to bring key scenes from the book ‘The Unlikely Adventures of Mabel Jones’ to life through the medium of Freeze Frames.
This week Year 3 traipsed up to the woods again for the next instalment of their Forest School provision.
This week, the Year 5 boys have continued their Geography unit on rainforests.
Year 3 have kick started their first full week back to school with a bang.
We are delighted to share with you a short film by Hal Howe OA, a brilliant young filmmaker, about the life and expedition of one of the College’s most famous Old Alleynians, Sir Ernest Shackleton
We trialled our first ever virtual 'Mentor Meetings' this week between the Year 6 boys and the Year 12 students.
It has been lovely to see the boys rested and refreshed after the Easter break.
What glorious weather has welcomed us back into school.
This week, the Year 5 boys started their new Geography unit on rainforests
During this final week of term, the Year 3s have been keeping very busy.
What a lovely last week of term we have had in Year 4.
OAs Alec Bannister (05-16) and Cam Henderson (11-16) are working on a project to help combat ‘holiday hunger’ in Southwark, hear more about it in the latest OA Story.
Dulwich College International (DCI) are delighted to launch the annual Dulwich College Photo Competition 2021.
Today in Maths, Year 4 were codebreakers on a Top Secret Mission!
The Year 6 Extended Projects were launched this week and pupils have been busy brainstorming issues and challenges in the world today, linked to the UN Sustainable Development Goals for 2030.
At the end of February the School Captains 2020-21 joined fellow Student Leaders at the 2nd session of the DCI Student Leadership Conference.
On Monday morning Year 3 visited Dulwich Woods to continue their Outdoor Learning.
The focus in Year 6 last week was all about reconnecting with classmates and reflecting on our lockdown experiences.