Last week Miss Ibottson gave some of the Year 5 and 6 classes a short task of putting on their favourite piece of music and dancing somewhere at home.
Boys hugely enjoyed sitting in the Junior School Hall watching Dr Griffiths’s end of term assembly on Friday 20 March.
At lunchtime last Friday, our Junior School Council took part in a tree planting project on our school grounds, organised by our school Vice Captain, William Brilliant.
Last November, some Year 5s and Year 6s took part in the international maths competition, the Primary Maths Challenge.
On Monday 9 March we had an incredible Open Concert with 42 boys performing – our biggest concert yet.
Ten Year 4 boys visited the Brixton and Norwood Foodbank at their warehouse in Streatham, with donations from the Junior School.
The DC Junior School participated in the EPSCA (English Primary Schools Chess Association) Zonals held at Chislehurst Girls' School in Bromley last Saturday.
To celebrate World Book Day this year we have surveyed boys and staff to discover who are our favourite book characters.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the Annual Dulwich College International Photo Competition.
On Saturday the Year 4 Computing Club hosted an event to showcase their coding talents.
Congratulations to Ryan Nguyen Year 6 who performed in the Piano Recital for Year 7 and under at the recent Bromley Music Festival.
The Junior School hosted over 20 pupils from Rosendale Primary School for a friendly chess fixture.
On Tuesday, Year 3 travelled to London Bridge to visit Southwark Cathedral.
The inaugural Dulwich College Identity Awareness Month – DC IAM – has had an exciting start with a series of events inviting our College community to celebrate, explore and reflect on our identity.
Last Wednesday, Year 4 visited Hampton Court Palace, the home of Henry VIII.
We were thrilled to have the bestselling author Ross Welford visit us today, along with children from Dulwich Wood and Rosemead schools.
On the afternoon of Friday 24 January, Dr Joe Spence, the Master, Simon Yiend, COO, and College colleagues welcomed...
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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.