It was so wonderful to hear all the Year 3 boys performing in their Strings Scheme ‘Wombat Stew’ Extravaganza Concert yesterday, Wednesday 27 June.
Last Saturday eight of our Year 6 boys helped out at AFRiL’s (Action for Refugees in Lewisham) Rainbow Club sports day with events ranging from the three-legged race to mini games of cricket.
On Monday morning the boys in Years 5 and 6 welcomed their counterparts from Alleyn’s and JAPS to the annual ‘Top of the Form’ competition in the Great Hall.
This Monday, Dulwich welcomed Rosendale Primary School for the first home Chess fixture of the year.
The topic for the House public speaking competition this year was 'the best thing ever created’.
On Monday 18 June, we had our final Junior School Open Concert with another set of impressive performances.
On Wednesday, we welcomed 54 girls from Sydenham High Junior School for a morning of debating with our Year 5s.
5S have been studying Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" amongst other famous speeches and have identified key persuasive features and implemented these in their own writing.
On Wednesday 23 May, we were delighted to hear performances from each Year 6 class in their Music Assembly, performing pieces they have learned as a class 'orchestra'
In English, Year 5 are studying Shackleton’s Journey by William Grill.
The U9A, U9B and U11A chess teams took part in the English Primary Schools’ Chess Association(ESPCA) tournament at Camber Sands over the weekend.
The boys and staff of the String Department gave a very wonderful Lunchtime Concert on Wednesday 16 May.
Congratulations to all the boys who performed in the Woodwind Competition 2018, which was held on Tuesday 15 May in the Old Library.
On Wednesday, Year 5 had a fantastic trip to Greenwich.
Last Monday, three teams of Dulwich Junior School boys played at the CCF Chess Tournament Final; a highly regarded tournament for south London Clubs, Primary and Junior Schools.
On Wednesday 2 May, the Junior Wind Band performed as part of the Lunchtime Concert series in the Lower Hall.
The second Symposium with JAPS proved to be just as successful and fun as the first, despite the terrible weather.
The 2nd Dulwich College Piano Festival took place on Wednesday 25 April in the Old Library, involving over 100 boys from Year 3 to Year 13.
Year 6 enjoyed views of London from the Tate Modern viewing gallery today, after exploring the works Picasso and other artists around the gallery.