Monday’s Science lessons involved the boys using their knowledge of forces to create a device out of limited resources that would protect an egg when dropped from height.
The Year 6 boys have been continuing with their rehearsals this week for their Year 6 production of 'The Jungle Book'.
This week in Historical Battles Club we dived into the opening battle of the War of the Roses, the Battle of St Albans.
This week marked the first of a three week period of Wales residentials for Year 4.
This glorious weather reminds us that the Summer Term is in full force, and what a great excuse for a spot of outdoor learning.
After a lovely long weekend, Year 5 had a vibrant and exciting start to the week thanks to our fantastic Mexicolore workshop.
Year 6 pupils were very productive in their first club of the term on Tuesday.
Friday 29 April saw the Junior Schools at both Dulwich College and James Allen's Girls School burst with colour as we enjoyed the long-awaited Junior School Symposium once more.
We were thrilled to welcome the Awesome Books Awards reading group from JAGS to DC Junior School at the end the Michaelmas Term.
After the hectic end to the Lent Term with the preparations for the Great Exhibition, we welcomed Year 6 back, refreshed and ready for what will be another busy term, before they leave the Junior School and move upwards.
After a wonderfully long break the Year 3 boys returned to school fresh-faced, raring to go and with tales of wonderful holiday escapades.
During the Lent term the Dulwich College community has been active in finding ways to support the people of Ukraine. Our chosen charity is the Disasters Emergency Committee and funds have also been channelled through the Red Cross.
The Year 6 boys did a wonderful job this week putting the finishing touches to, and then presenting, their Year 6 Projects at the Great Exhibition: a fabulous finale to Lent Term.
This week, Year 3 headed through Dulwich Woods (a very worthy detour) to the Horniman Museum where, after having enjoyed the main museum and various exhibitions, we were treated to a fantastic, interactive workshop.
It’s been an exciting last week of term in Year 4.
Thursday evening saw the return of the Junior School Great Hall Concert and we were treated to brilliant performances from some of our wonderful musicians.
At the beginning of the week, 4D transported a huge amount of donations to the Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers (SDCAS) - so many items in fact, that many of the bags split on the way to the minibuses.
Junior and Middle School boys battled it out whilst learning a new game Mancala, with its origins in Northern Africa and the Middle East and dating back to Ancient Egypt.
As we approach the end of the story of Edward Tulane, the boys have been writing monologues; thinking about their uses in film and plays.
What a joy to have some welcome, warm weather to cheer our spirits as we creep ever closer to the end of term.