On a beautiful sunny day, Junior School boys took part in their Annual House competition this week.
Year 4 learned about OA Ernest Shackleton’s expedition to the South Pole in 1914...
As part of the Big Shift Eco Week, the mysteries of waste recycling were revealed to our Year 4 boys at the Southwark Recycling Centre this week.
Year 5 presented their Aztec projects to each other this week.
On Monday 5 March Year 3 travelled to Cadogan Hall to take part in a Classical Road Show concert based on the Battle of Britain.
With the sudden appearance of snow, the Junior School boys enjoyed making a DC snowman this week.
To have nearly 500 performers from the three Foundation Schools for Howells Elegy and Britten’s War Requiem was extraordinary in itself ...
Just prior to half term the Year 5 boys produced a superb performance of Shakespeare's ‘What You Will' in the Auditorium after just a day and a half of intense rehearsals.
We are launching Dulwich College Parkrunners to help promote running as a healthy lifestyle choice and to link together members of the College Community (boys, parents, OAs and staff) to get out and run at the weekends.
The U9 and U11 Junior School chess teams competed in the English Primary Schools’ Chess Association (EPSCA) zonal event at Eltham College last Saturday.
This week, Ruth Driscoll, the Director of Link Age Southwark, came to speak at assembly to thank the boys for helping to raise funds for the charity last term.
Year 4 visited Hampton Court and learned about life at court during the Tudor times.
In Science this week, Year 4 have been investigating the changing states of matter.
On Monday 5 February we heard another fantastic set of performances at the Junior School Open Concert.
With less than two weeks to go until the concert, War Requiem rehearsals are well underway at Dulwich College, JAGS and Alleyn’s.
The most recent professional networking event took place last week at the impressive Citigroup Centre in Canary Wharf. Hosted by Amit Bhola (95-00) the evening was given over to a panel discussion on Financial Technology (Fintech) chaired by OA and deputy editor of The Economist, Tom Standage (83-87).
On Tuesday 30 January, over 100 pianists took part in the 22nd Annual Piano Competition, which took place in the Old Library.
Year 6 travelled to the Old Kent Road Fire Station for a workshop provided by Southwark emergency services to learn about safety.
On Saturday the Under 11A hockey team competed in the Royal Russell tournament.
In History Year 5 have been researching the Aztec city of Tenochtitlan, which was built on an island on Lake Texcoco.