We are delighted that Save the Children are our charity partners for 2019.
During the Michaelmas term, Dulwich College supported the charity, Magic Bus.
The College’s House Part Song and House Instrumental Music Competitions were held in the Great Hall on Wednesday 13 February. Just over 60 boys took part.
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.
The A level Drama & Theatre showcase was warmly received by the audience and provided a great opportunity for boys to share their work with an audience prior to examination later this week.
Middle School House Drama provided us with a real celebration of talent this year and 2019 will go down as a vintage year.
The International Competition for Young Debaters (Year 10 and below) got off to a great start on Saturday 9 February, with four Dulwich teams attending the London regional round at University College London.
Many congratulations to Darren Wei (Year 11) who has successfully passed his Diploma of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, DipABRSM in Piano Performance.
In December all Year 7s saw the play The Wider Earth at the Natural History Museum.
On Tuesday 5 February we welcomed Mr Rob Farrer, Head of Drums and Percussion at Felsted School, to the College to adjudicate the 4th Drum Rudiment Competition.
At the recent annual Society of Garden Designers Awards Ceremony Rachel Reynolds was named as joint winner of the Fresh Designer category for her design of the College’s Memorial Garden.
This autumn the Middle School production reworked Oscar Wilde's notorious and only novel about a savvy London 'It Boy' who makes a pact with the devil in his pursuit of beauty and pleasure.
The Ski Racing team have returned from another successful trip to the 2019 British Schoolboys Ski Racing Championships in Switzerland.
On Thursday 31 January Kevin Fox from the acclaimed vocal ensemble The Swingles, came to the College to work with the Light Blues and Alleynian Blues.
To welcome in the Chinese New Year of the Pig, Dulwich students put their character writing and creative skills to the test.
The annual Dulwich College Courses and Careers Convention took place on Saturday 2 February with over 70 external exhibitors in attendance along with students and parents from Year 11 and the Upper School.
The Dulwich College Art department is no stranger to innovative practice, embracing new technologies and promoting risk taking that challenges our ideas and ideals of what art is and what it can be.
On Sunday 8 January 2019, our new College Chaplain, Reverend Tim Buckler, was licensed and welcomed by The Right Reverend Christopher Chessun, Bishop of Southwark.
During the first full week of the Spring Term, the School Captain Titus Hopkins and the Vice Captains Boris Ter-Avanesov and Harry Goodwin accompanied Mr Stanley on an extended tour of the Dulwich College International schools.
Our congratulations to the 29 Alleynians and recent OA leavers who have received offers of places to read their chosen subjects at Oxford or Cambridge.