Today on OA Stories and as part of our Olympics edit Trevor Llewelyn interviewed the three time Olympian and an inspiration for his own athletics career, Rev Tom Farrell. Tom was the College Chaplain from 1974 through to 1981.
Today's OA Story is with Oliver, who travels to Tokyo 2020 as one of four wheelchair athletes in the British Team Paralymics team in August.
We are delighted to share the news that Oliver Lam-Watson OA (06-11) has been selected in the ParalympicsGB wheelchair fencing team for Tokyo 2020.
Congratulations to Dr Alastair Niven OBE LVO (OA 54-63) who has been awarded The Benson Medal by The Royal Society of Literature for outstanding contribution to literature.
I enjoyed the chance of combining knowledge of Spanish with creative choices in this competition.
The Dulwich athletes enjoyed a hugely successful season with a large number of boys out regularly training after school, some new competitive fixtures and many boys achieving excellent times and distances throughout the summer.
Year 12 economists were off-timetable on the last Wednesday of term for the inaugural Young Economists’ Conference.
Nineteen students from Year 13 have completed their Gold Qualifying Expedition after a successful trip to the Brecon Beacons.
Monday 5 July saw another successful Year 7 Spanish day organised by the Spanish Department after a two-year hiatus.
In our latest OA Story, launched on the day of his retirement from teaching, we turn the tables on our presenter Trevor Llewelyn, as the Master, Dr Joe Spence, marks Trevor’s retirement from the College after 35 years with his very own OA Story.
On the afternoon of Friday 2 July, eight Year 12 Spanish students paired up with fellow classmates as part of the inaugural Year 12 Spanish Debating Competition.
Middle School vs Upper School Run Challenge
Having been postponed from September, it was great to finally welcome the whole of Year 9 to the South London Scout Centre for their team building event.
After an extraordinary two years it was a real pleasure to finally welcome parents, friends, and colleagues to the Private View of ‘Boundary’, a review of artwork completed over the last year and beyond on Thursday 24 June.
Over three days, 36 Year 10 boys completed their delayed Silver Training and Practice Expedition, which was originally scheduled for the Easter holidays, while 28 students undertook their Silver Assessed Qualifying Expedition.
‘The biggest threat to every human being is to be alone, we need to be connected, who amongst us can walk alone’?
On Tuesday 22 June we had a collaboration day with JAGS, The Head teachers of both our schools welcomed us and told us a little bit about the concept and format of the day.
Reflecting on the talks, this workshop gave students an opportunity to further reflect on the human implications of statelessness.
The potentiality of human power can manifest in the most horrifying tragedies.