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.”
This year’s Symposium saw a new initiative with children from Dulwich Wood Primary School joining our boys and the girls from James Allen’s Prep School (JAPS).
The Lunchtime Concert in the Lower Hall on Wednesday 1 May, was a joy to hear.
On Wednesday, a team of four Year 5 students headed to Royal Russell School for their annual Maths Competition.
56 boys from Years 4, 5 and 6 went with seven members of staff to Wagrain, Austria for a wonderful ski trip during the first week of the Easter holidays.
Stanley Hill, Jonah Norris and Max Murray represented Year 4 at the second annual Computing Enrichment Day at Royal Russell School on Thursday 28 March.
This week, Year 5 took their computing lesson beyond the ICT suite.
Kites flew high above the Olympiad marquee and flags representing each of the 11 Dulwich College international schools alongside the Dulwich College flag...
A warm welcome in glorious spring sunshine awaited the DCI Olympians and staff who arrived at the College this morning for the Dulwich Olympiad 2019.
Eight Junior School Boys attended the Annual General Knowledge quiz, in the south-east London heats held in Bishop Challoner's School.
Ben Fogle, modern day adventurer and author visited Dulwich College Junior School to introduce his first children's book Mr Dog and the Rabbit Habit to Year 3 and DUCKS children.
We were thrilled to be invited to DPL to hear a talk by the bestselling author Christopher Paolini this week.
Last November, 65 students from Years 5 and Year 6 entered the Primary Maths Challenge.
It is a rare thing in any school, let alone a boys’ school, to have two thriving chamber orchestras.
On Tuesday we had a visit from the team at ‘Mexicolore’, which is an independent educational company that provides specialist learning resources on Aztecs, a civilization that was found in Mexico City from 1300 to 1521.
On Monday, the Junior School had the largest Open Concert to date with 34 boys taking part.