In support of Save the Children, the boys of the Middle and Upper School came together to contest a highly sought title: the best Fifa player (excluding staff) at the College.
One of the most heartening aspects of charitable fundraising at the College is the commitment and initiative shown by the boys themselves. In recent years they have organised numerous events including sports tournaments, talent shows, ‘bake-off’ style competitions and sponsored events. Most years the boys’ charity fund-raising efforts raise over £30,000 for good causes.
The College supports many local charities with direct links to current pupils and staff including St Christopher’s Hospice, Macmillan, Papyrus, Shelter and the Hollington Club - a youth club situated in a deprived area of Camberwell which was originally founded by the College and continues to attract the support of Old Alleynians as well as our Community Action team.
Charity might begin at home, but as a diverse and multi-cultural community we also look further afield. We have in recent years supported Tackle Africa, Water Aid and Amnesty International. The growth of our international schools has enabled us to support charities in their countries too for example in 2017 the College will be supporting a number of charities that work in Myanmar.
Our charity work has an obvious benefit to the community, raises the boys’ awareness of the needs of those around them and encourages them to develop as considerate citizens with a strong sense of their responsibility in society.
A total of £300 was raised at the second hand uniform/coffee morning. The money will benefit Friends of Dulwich College's chosen charity, HoneyPot
The boys have had a lot of fun this week celebrating the Junior School's fundraising for Save the Children.
On Monday, the Year 13s from Dulwich College and JAGS came together to wrap presents for the Southwark-based charity Little Village, which is making sure that no child in Southwark is without a present at Christmas.
Year 8 pupils showed Home Alone over two lunchtimes this week in the Raymond Chandler Library to raise money for our charity partner, Save the Children.
This half term I cycled the length of Israel for the charity Norwood, who provide phenomenal care to people with physical and learning difficulties (such as autism) and their families.
Fourteen Upper School boys travelled to Uganda in October half term on an inaugural service trip.
We are extremely grateful for all the generous food donations the DUCKS community made in the run up to Harvest Festival this year.
Year 4 visited Brixton and West Norwood Foodbank warehouse to deliver food kindly donated by the Junior School boys and their families.
Jorge Salorio Mazuelos organised a highly competitive and successful lunchtime ‘Pub Quiz’ as part of his fundraising efforts for the upcoming AFFCAD service trip.
Mufti Day provided a bright Friday 4 October with pupils echoing the Ugandan flag by wearing red, yellow, black or white.
Today the Junior School was invaded by a rabble of rumbustious Roald Dahl characters parading in our playground.
Jack Nunn (Year 12) is one of fourteen students who will be travelling to Uganda and working with Action for Fundamental Change and Development (AFFCAD) this October.
Congratulations to Edward Brilliant (Year 12), Nick Blumschein (Year 12), Felix Taylor (Year 11), Jeremie Cohen (Year 11), Edward Cook (Year 11) and Merlin Edney-Harrison (Colfe's School) who completed a 100KM walk this summer raising £2854 for the The Royal Marines Charity
Five Year 10 boys, Felix Synge, Torin Lynch, Edward Stimpson, Philip Grammatikopoulos and Christoffel Konijnenberg cycled 190 miles from Greenwich to Arnhem (The Netherlands NL) via Gosfield Lake, Harwich, and Lopik (NL).