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.
Dulwich College is an active member of the Herne Hill and Dulwich Safe Routes to School Group which promotes active travel to enable children to get to and from school safely and independently.
More than 200 people, including students from the College, JAGS, and Charter School and DPL attended the latest GE Moore lecture on Thursday 4 October.
Boys were treated to a visit and a special training session from Craig Fulton this week.
Members of the Junior School Percussion ensemble showcased their skills today at break time with an impromptu performance led by Mrs Eno.
This year’s Junior School Harvest Festival took place at God’s Gift Chapel in Dulwich. Boys in all Year Groups sang with great gusto and everyone enjoyed the service delivered by Revd. John Watson.
The boys from 4D were busy this morning loading up the school minibus with all this year’s Harvest Festival donations.
On 2 October, Dulwich College played host to 25 schools, it’s largest U10 Football tournament to-date.
Dulwich College’s Modern Languages Department celebrated the European Day of Languages last week with a wide range of Free Learning activities ranging from pasta-making to master-classes in languages as diverse as Hebrew, Polish and Amharic.
All of Year 3 boys dressed up as Roald Dahl characters in our annual celebration of all things Roald Dahl.
Year 5 visited the marvellous ruins of the Crystal Palace this week.