Treasure maps, spiders, skeletons, pumpkins and football…
In Year 4 Coding Club the boys have thoroughly enjoyed using Minecraft Education Edition to hone their coding skills.
As part of our Year 4’s community action this year, they will be working with the Norwood and Brixton Foodbank and the Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers, to collect essential supplies for these amazing charity services each term.
After a year break due to COVID-19, it was fantastic to welcome 20 schools back to the College on Tuesday 5 October for our Under 10 football tournament.
After a wait of 20 months we were thrilled to welcome the author Thomas Taylor to the Junior school this week.
In Humanities, the boys used Google Earth to investigate various and vicious Viking Battles in England, including Lindisfarne, the Battle of York, Ashdown and Edington.
Over the last few weeks in Calligraphy Club, we have been experimenting with watercolour wash backgrounds and inspirational quotes.
In Science, Year 6 have been investigating how the number of cupcake cases affects the time taken for them to fall, and have been planning and writing up their own experiments.
The boys have been working hard in Design and Technology learning the names of tools and how to use them safely.
Knitting Club is off to a colourful start, with the boys gaining confidence in the knit stitch.
This week in Year 4, after our successful minibeasts hunt in the woods last week, we decided that what the minibeasts at our Forest School needed, was a nice place to call home.
Year 6 Craft club boys have been having a relaxing time on a Tuesday afternoon designing and making their 'Creature key rings'.
Year 6 boys were thrilled to take part in a live virtual author visit this week with Michelle Paver.
As the boys began reading our first class text of the year, The Firework Maker’s Daughter by Philip Pullman, they have thoroughly enjoyed designing and describing their very own fireworks.
It's been another busy week in Year 6, as the boys have settled into their roles as buddies and their various positions of responsibility.
What an exciting first week back!
This week has seen the Year 6 boys off to a flying start with their new roles and responsibilities.
We have welcomed our new Year 3s to life at Dulwich College.
This week, the Year 5 boys shared the outcomes of their excellent Aztec History projects.
The final Bushcraft Club of term saw an exciting trip up to the DUCKS Forest School again.