Congratulations to Jacob Taylor (Year 11) who has won a place in the English Schools' Orchestra as a Clarinettist and Bass Clarinettist.
After some 37 separate competitions over the course of the academic year, the annual tussle to be overall Upper School House victors came to an end on Wednesday afternoon with Sidney in pole position.
We are delighted to share with you a short film by Hal Howe OA, a brilliant young filmmaker, about the life and expedition of one of the College’s most famous Old Alleynians, Sir Ernest Shackleton
'The function of the artist in a disturbed society is to give awareness of the universe, to ask the right questions, and to elevate the mind.’ - Marina Abramovic
I recently attended the interactive Brexit webinar hosted by Professor Tony Cockerill in which we learnt about the British economy post Brexit.
On Tuesday 23 March, OA Pierre-Louis Denaro spoke to the Francophone Society about his incredible journey from Dulwich to Dakar.
It was perhaps inevitable that in these challenging times, being prevented from visiting beloved local restaurants and cafes, witnessing the absence of the wider family at celebratory meals and ceremonial events, the communal spirit of sharing food became more important to us all.
During the final week of the Lent Term, Ms Clark’s group of 22 Year 10 Spanish students participated in a virtual language exchange with students from Kostka School, Santander.
OAs Alec Bannister (05-16) and Cam Henderson (11-16) are working on a project to help combat ‘holiday hunger’ in Southwark, hear more about it in the latest OA Story.
Dulwich College International (DCI) are delighted to launch the annual Dulwich College Photo Competition 2021.
Five students from Year 12 represented the College in the final of the Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) ‘100-Day Entrepreneurship Challenge’ on the afternoon of Wednesday 17 March.
At the end of February the School Captains 2020-21 joined fellow Student Leaders at the 2nd session of the DCI Student Leadership Conference.
To champion and to challenge was our overarching theme for International Women’s Day (IWD) 2021.
On Saturday mornings this March, some forty Year 6 pupils from Southwark primary schools have been taking part in online science classes hosted and organised by the College on behalf of Southwark Community Education Charity. Dulwich College has supported the work of SCEC for more than 25 years.
We were delighted to welcome leading sports nutritionist, Matt Lovell, for the final chapter of our Sport Webinar Series.
The One Voice, Two Schools webinar subtitled ‘Speaking out about social justice’ took place on the afternoon of 2 March, and brought together Year 10, 11 and 12 students from Dulwich College and partnership school City Heights E-ACT Academy.
During our final week of lockdown, Year 10 Spanish students participated in a virtual cookery workshop with chef Nando from Taronja Language School in Valencia.
Compostivity is a Young Enterprise company created by Year 12 students from Sydenham High School and Dulwich College.
It was a pleasure to welcome Wales legend and Premier League star Thomas ‘Hal’ Robson-Kanu to the latest in our Sport Webinar Series.