We were thrilled to be invited to DPL to hear a talk by the bestselling author Christopher Paolini this week.
Last November, 65 students from Years 5 and Year 6 entered the Primary Maths Challenge.
It is a rare thing in any school, let alone a boys’ school, to have two thriving chamber orchestras.
On Tuesday we had a visit from the team at ‘Mexicolore’, which is an independent educational company that provides specialist learning resources on Aztecs, a civilization that was found in Mexico City from 1300 to 1521.
On Monday, the Junior School had the largest Open Concert to date with 34 boys taking part.
Year 3 took full advantage of the lovely spring weather this week for their visit to Southwark Cathedral.
On Thursday, Year 6 went on a trip to see a production of ‘Icarus’ at the Unicorn Theatre in London Bridge.
We are delighted that Save the Children are our charity partners for 2019.
During the Michaelmas term, Dulwich College supported the charity, Magic Bus.
The Junior School Green Team recruited some new helpers this week to load your generous donations via the Happy School Bag recycling scheme.
On Thursday, Year 6 took part in the Southwark Junior Citizenship Scheme, an opportunity to learn valuable insights into becoming active and responsible citizens.
On Thursday, we heard some lovely performances from Junior School boys at the ‘Pop in and Play’ concert at break time.
Year 4 had a very enjoyable trip to Hampton Court Palace last Friday. The boys took part in two fantastic sessions learning all about Henry VIII and life at the Tudor court.
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.
On Tuesday 5 February we welcomed Mr Rob Farrer, Head of Drums and Percussion at Felsted School, to the College to adjudicate the 4th Drum Rudiment Competition.
On Tuesday, Year 5 took part in a rainforest theatre workshop in the Junior School Hall, which was set up like a court room.
Last Wednesday, Year 6 were visited by The Riot Act, an immersive theatre production company delivering important messages on road safety and sustainable travel.
Junior School boys have made a start on their recent project, ‘DC 40 for 400 challenges’.
To mark its 400th anniversary year, Dulwich College has created a timeline that celebrates its extensive history.
The Young Shakespeare Company visited the boys in Years 5 and 6 this week and delivered a wonderful performance of ‘A Midsummer Night's Dream’.