We started with Andy Shepherd the author of The Boy who Sang with Dragons who wowed and enthralled us with her tales of dragons and magic.
In this workshop boys from Year 3 to Year 6 learnt about the special relationship Aboriginal Australians have with the land.
Year 5 students have been very busy in their Design and Technology assignments creating their own 3D name sculptures.
Following on from the brilliant Young Shakespeare Company workshops before half term, Year 5 greatly enjoyed delving deeper into the play in their English lessons.
As we approach the end of our Financial Literacy unit in Maths, our Year 6 pupils have been reflecting on ways to protect their money online.
Local mosaic artist Tamara Froud has created a bird-themed wall-mounted mosaic at the main entrance for DUCKS, Dulwich College Kindergarten and Infants’ School.
This Year at Dulwich College we celebrated our individualism and identity in conjunction with our celebration of being a strong community.
The last day of the Lent half term saw our first, but hopefully not last, Dulwich College Cook-Along.
This week in Coding Club the boys made brilliant use of the ability to share their screens on Zoom.
We've had lots of fun in magic club this half term, mastering the art of misdirection and clever disappearing and levitation effects too.
On Wednesday morning Year 3 travelled back in time on an Ancient Greek Adventure to round up our learning about this period in History.
Each week this term the Virtual Travel Club has visited a different country to find out a bit more about it.
We were thrilled to have bestselling author, Lisa Thompson, visit all pupils in Year 5 and Year 6 for a live event, where she spoke about her latest book The Graveyard Riddle (published Jan 2021).
This week, Year 5 continued reading Shackleton’s Journey in English.
Coding club has adapted seamlessly to Remote Learning over the last few weeks.
After taking part in the brilliant, virtual production of Hamlet at the beginning of the week, Year 4 have been learning about the different aspects of newspaper writing.
While it is certainly no rival for the 10 am Saturday DC Community HIIT with Clide, laid on by Mr Greenaway, what Kids’ HIIT lacks in numbers it more than makes up for in the commitment of the select few, who turn up week-in week-out for some cardio and some fun.
Year 6 have been doing some super work for their Paper engineering project in their Design and Technology lessons.
As part of our History topic on World War II, Year 6 have been learning about The Blitz and the bombing that took place in 1940-41.
Each Year 5 class took part in a Polar Explorers Workshop, run by the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich.