We are pleased to announce that Irteza Piracha (OA 95-97), CEO of Berkeley Engineering Consultants, has received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise.
“We’ve come so far since the beginning of this club, bring it home!” never were truer words written. The second XI travelled to Merchant Taylors’ school in Northwood keen to win their first trophy and buoyed by messages of support from members.
Recent leaver Femi Sofolarin made his World Series 7’s debut for England in Singapore over the Easter break.
The 2019 OA Dinner in L.A. welcomed the Master, President of the Alleyn Club and Edward Alleyn to the Petersen Car Museum for a lively and entertaining evening.
It is with deep sadness that we announce the death of Sam Younger (OA 2006 - 2015). Sam died in a car accident in Scotland in the early hours of Saturday morning.
This morning’s Opening Ceremony included an extract from Faustus, the specially commissioned Olympiad piece to be staged at Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall on Thursday evening.
After much anticipation, many welcomes and a vibrant opening ceremony, the pupils from the Dulwich International Schools finally had the opportunity to take part in some sporting competition.
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.
It is with deep regret that we announce the death of Terry Walsh, Senior Fellow of Dulwich College, former Deputy Master and Past President of the Alleyn Club.
The thirteenth GE Moore Lecture, enjoyed on Monday evening by an audience of over 160 in the Auditorium, was a reflection and celebration of architect Charles Barry’s work, the recent restoration of Charles Barry Junior’s iconic Dulwich College buildings and the genesis for Grimshaw Architects’ award-winning Laboratory.
Over 90 boys gathered in the Edward Alleyn Theatre for the annual Lower School Festival of Drama.
Ben Schott, author of a sparkling new fictional homage to PG Wodehouse, was interviewed by Dr Joe Spence, Master of the College, in the Old Library, in front of a delighted audience of Wodehouse aficionados.
On Sunday 3 February, an intrepid team of Dulwich College staff, parents, pupils and Old Alleynians participated in the 5th annual London Winter Run in aid of Cancer Research UK and the Dulwich College Bursary fund.
Middle School House Drama provided us with a real celebration of talent this year and 2019 will go down as a vintage year.
At the end of January over 200 OAs came together in the magnificent surroundings of the Mountbatten Room in the RAC Club in Pall Mall to celebrate Dulwich Sport.
The start of February threw open the doors to Old Alleynian Connect. We extend a very warm welcome to our new online network for OAs - a place to network, find a mentor, and share memories and opportunities
To mark its 400th anniversary year, Dulwich College has created a timeline that celebrates its extensive history.
In September 2018, the College became the London hub of a new national programme that trains maths and physics teachers within schools rather than universities. We are looking to recruit Old Alleynians to our programme; both those who are considering a change of career and recent graduates.
The third Professional Networking event to support entrepreneurs took place in the Great Hall last night.