On Tuesday 3 July 2018, 12 students from the Remove and Year 11 spent the day at the National Grid Substation in Wimbledon.
Four Dulwich boys have been awarded prestigious Confucius Institute Scholarships by the Chinese government to study at Chinese Universities in Beijing and Shanghai next year.
From Sunday 1 July to Wednesday 4 July, 23 Year 9 Dulwich boys took part in the Year 9 Enrichment trip to Paris where they were able to see the monuments they had studied in lessons in real life.
This morning Dr Spence presented the Wilson Cup to Spenser’s new Upper School House Captain, Mithun Sundaresen and Lower School House Captain, Roshaad Brown.
Saatwick Gupta (Year 12) has placed second in the New College of the Humanities Essay Competition for his Economics writing on the title, ‘Can rich countries meaningfully help developing countries improve their standards of living?’
Dulwich College U15A cricket team travelled to Billericay yesterday to represent London in the South East Regional finals day.
A crack team of Dulwich College’s finest business minds travelled to Birmingham to compete in the Institute of Chartered Accountants for England and Wales’ BASE National Finals.
Joe Atkinson (Year 11) has been named as one of three winners of the prestigious Orwell Youth Prize for political writing.
On Thursdays June 21 and 28 Year 7 plotted a course for Greenwich Observatory where they were to learn about the Universe, careers in Physics and the orbit of planets.
In March 2018, Harry Goodwin and Alex Neish, both in the Remove, entered the prestigious Vellacott History essay competition run annually by Peterhouse College, Cambridge.
On Tuesday 26 June and Wednesday 27 June Year 7 visited the Museum of London for a day, exploring the museum’s Roman London Gallery, handling objects that are nearly 2000 years old and participating in a drama session investigating the truth behind Boudica’s rebellion.
Haydn Oakley, currently in Year 13, has an exciting gap year planned in 2018-19.
On Monday afternoon Dr Black, Mr Ó Siochrú and seven Remove Historians enjoyed a guided tour of West Norwood Cemetery, which is one of London’s largest and was consecrated in 1837.
A good time was had by all on the Around the World in 80 Reads Winners’ trip on Monday 25 June.
Remove boys, together with their parents, teachers and special guests enjoyed the chance to witness what the boys had achieved in their A Level Plus lessons this year.
Dulwich College U15A moved one step closer to national victory with a win against Eltham College in the quarter finals of the Regional Schools' Cup...
Congratulations to 8S who used their free time over three days last week to wash car windscreens and raise over £200 for Meningitis Now.
Last Wednesday saw the 11th in the GE Moore lecture series, which was devoted to the work on the eminent architectural photographer, Anthony Kersting OA (Dates 1916-2008).
Sarah Govett is the author of the immensely popular Territory series, set in a dystopian future where access to the limited habitable landmass is decided by the results of a compulsory exam.
Though the weather wasn’t exactly Mediterranean, Wednesday 20 June saw the Year 7s from Dulwich College joined forces with students from Dulwich Prep London and City Heights E-Act Aceademy...