On Tuesday, Year 6 spent a thoroughly enjoyable day at the Imperial War Museum.
The Junior School was delighted to welcome three authors to this year’s Tudors Book Week.
Year 4 enjoyed a trip to the Design Museum in Kensington this week.
Dulwich College launched its 400th anniversary at Ducks on Monday morning with a visit from Queen Elizabeth I, Edward Alleyn, and the Master, Dr Joseph Spence.
The College’s annual Christmas Carol Service was given in Southwark Cathedral on Friday 7 December 2018.
On Wednesday 5 December, Charlie Johnson (Year 5), together with Jacob Page (Year 13), Mr Davies and Mrs Twisk from DUCKS were invited to City Hall to receive a highly prestigious award on behalf of The College.
Dulwich College Junior School boys participated in the CCF Chess tournament last Saturday as this year’s defending champions.
Over 250 musicians from Years 5 to 13 took part in the College’s annual Winter Concert on Monday 26 November 2018.
The Year 3s had a great time last Monday when the Freshwater Theatre Company visited the Junior School.
On Monday, Year 6 were treated to a presentation on cryptology and the enigma machine by David Cripps.
This week the Junior School boys have been celebrating Anti-Bullying Week.
On Sunday 10 November seven Junior School boys, accompanied by Dr Griffiths and Mr Wickstead, took part in the Lord Mayor's parade.
On Monday 12 November, we heard 21 fantastic performances from Junior School boys at the first Open Concert of the year.
On Monday the Junior School boys wore odd socks to mark the beginning of Anti-Bullying Week.
On Sunday hundreds of local residents joined representatives of the Dulwich Estate and the Foundations Schools around the War Memorial in the courtyard of the Old College to mark the moment of the Armistice exactly hundred years ago.
On Friday 9 November, the entire College community came together for the annual Act of Remembrance on Armistice Day.
All the librarians read the book in advance and were bursting with questions for the author about his life, his book and his inspiration.
The author Ben Lyttleton spoke to Years 3 and 4 in The Great Hall about his series Football School, where every lesson is based on football.
Year 5 experience life in the Junior School today as young Victorians.
Year 4 visited the Norwood Foodbank earlier this week, to see how donations were sorted and distributed.