Mrs Sue Mulholland, Director of Art and Design & Technology, has been bowled over by the responses from pupils to 'Living in Limbo' (the theme for Refugee Week), including the creative responses from pupils in the Junior School.
Pupils, their parents and members of staff at the College are being asked to help tackle digital poverty for local partner organisations in need of support through donations of any unwanted devices at home or at work.
During this unparalleled time in the College’s history, one of the consequences of lockdown is that we are unable to end the year with our traditional Founder’s Day event.
Imagine uncertainty everyday of your life
Imagine no end to isolation from the rest of the world
The final Choral Evensong of the academic year and the first virtual Chapel Choir Service in our online world will be led by the Chaplain and Master and will include music by Francis Jackson, William Walton and Theodore Dubois.
DC took part in the first Interschool Online Chess Tournament on Wednesday.
To celebrate the first week back at school, pupils in the Junior and Lower Schools took part in a Reverse Mufti Day on Friday 5 June to raise vital funds for the National Emergencies Trust Covid-19 Appeal.
This week we were delighted to arrange a collection of 9 boxes of books (approximately 600) which were donated by Junior School boys during Book Week.
In History Year 3 have been thoroughly enjoying learning about Ancient Greece this term.
This half term, as part of their Pop Art unit, Year 6 has been learning about Roy Lichtenstein.
Southwark Council reported on its website this week that "the lockdown has reduced driving and public transport use by about 80 per cent ...
Boys in Year 5 were challenged to build a paper tower to support as many books as possible – and were allowed nothing more than five sheets of A4 and Sellotape.
Year 4 have been looking at the work of Wassily Kandinsky over the last term in Art.
Year 5 have been doing some wonderful work in Art and DT last week. They have been learning the art of quilling as part of their paper sculpture project. They were asked to take this skill and experiment with it. There were such a range of wonderful and creative ideas, no two outcomes were the same.
Last weekend, Liam Barr planned a virtual trip to Paris.
This term in Year 5 the students are studying Shackleton’s Journey by William Grill in their English lessons.
After spending last term working on their extended research projects Year 6 returned to thinking about the Second World War in their History lessons.
The Junior School clubs and ensembles programme is off to a flying start this week.
With the cancellation of thousands of fundraising events, charities have lost billions in income and many charities have had to reduce services at a time when vulnerable members of society need them most.
Good luck Dulwich College pupils, teachers and parents over the first few weeks staying at home and learning in 'new' ways.