On the afternoon of Friday 24 January, Dr Joe Spence, the Master, Simon Yiend, COO, and College colleagues welcomed...
The Alleynian is the annual magazine recording the activities of the school year at Dulwich College and beyond.
On Wednesday, Year 6 were lucky enough to see an enchanting adaptation of C. S. Lewis' much loved fantasy novel, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
On Wednesday Year 3 boys travelled to Central London to see a performance of 'Matilda' at the Cambridge Theatre in Covent Garden.
Year 4 pupils visited the Design Museum in Kensington this week.
We were thrilled to welcome the author Ross Montgomery, to read aloud and perform from his book Christmas Dinner of Schools on the last afternoon of the Michaelmas term.
The boys have had a lot of fun this week celebrating the Junior School's fundraising for Save the Children.
On Thursday, Year 5 hosted the annual Community Christmas Party.
Year 6 were visited by young scientists from UCL, who they have been collaborating with on an air pollution project this term.
In November, a selection of students from Years 5 and 6 took part in the Primary Maths Challenge.
Last Tuesday, Year 4 had a visit from a real life Viking. His name was Thorgil and he taught us all about life in his times.
On Tuesday 19 November the Year 3s were treated to a special Egyptian workshop by Freshwater Theatre Company.
Turner Prize-winning artist and Oscar-winning filmmaker Steve McQueen, together with Tate Britain, Artangel and A New Direction, this November unveils one of the most ambitious visual portraits of citizenship ever undertaken in one of the world’s largest cities.
On Wednesday, the boys were treated to a fantastic performance given by the Brass Consort playing two film music medleys.
On Monday 11 November, the first Open Concert of the year was held with performances by thirty boys.
Thursday 7 November saw nine of our talented guitarists and drummers perform music from the Rock and Pop styles in the George Farha Auditorium.
The football pitches have been a hive of activity so far this term with Junior School football in full flow.
The annual Scholars' Concert took place in the beautiful setting of the Great Hall on Wednesday 16 October.
We are proud to be able to welcome to Dulwich College a therapy dog in training, Monty, into our school community.
Dulwich College is delighted to have been awarded Independent School of the Year 2019 for the Performing Arts by Independent School Parent magazine.