This morning Dr Spence presented the Wilson Cup to Sidney’s new Upper School House Captains, Josh McConnell and Archie Taylor
On the Saturday of Founder’s Day, over 100 boys, siblings, parents, staff, OAs and a Governor attended Dulwich Park for the weekly 5K parkrun.
On Thursday 27 June 2019, as part of Founder's Week celebrations, the College held the Super Sized House Singing Competition.
Wednesday 26 June 2019 saw the College celebrating both Sport and the Day House system: two important elements of College life.
The Tuesday of Founder’s Week was devoted to a day of activities with the overarching aim of providing the pupils with an experience they would remember.
Monday's celebration of the College's 400th anniversary was an inspiring day of pageantry, words and music.
On Friday 21 June almost 1,400 Dulwich College pupils and 200 staff were off-timetable in order to engage in community-focused projects and charity-fundraising events.
On Tuesday 18 June, 17 boys ranging in age from Year 3 to Year 6 and performed a wide variety of pieces and songs from Michael Jackson to Schumann.
Last Friday the whole year group gathered together in the Auditorium to perform solo items and small group pieces that they have been working on throughout the year...
Yesterday, Wednesday 19 June, all the Year 3 boys gave a magnificent performance of the Strings Scheme music they’ve been working on this year to an enthusiastic audience of parents and staff.
Sam Ketteley, Year 7, has organised a penalty shootout competition for Years 3-8, to see who is Dulwich’s finest.
Junior School boys were delighted to welcome the award-winning number one bestselling author Matt Haig to the school today to hear him talk about his latest book Evie and the Animals.
A selection of students recently took part in the UKMT Junior Mathematical Challenge.
For the last ten weeks, Year 6 have worked exceptionally hard on their extended projects surrounding issues and challenges in the world today.
On Thursday boys took part in the ‘Pop In and Play’ morning concert.
Last Saturday, eight volunteers from Year 6 travelled to The Rainbow Club in Lewisham, a Saturday School for refugee children run by AFRiL (Action for Refugees in Lewisham).
Monday 13 May marked the ninth Junior Strings Festival at Dulwich College.
Junior School boys were thrilled to hear Virginia Clay author of WARRIOR BOY, who had flown in from Kenya to talk about her life.
The 3rd Dulwich College Piano Festival took place on Thursday 9 May in the Old Library.
“ The encounter with art – and with others over art – can help us identify with one another, expand our notions of we, and show us that individual engagement in the world has actual consequences.”