Aiken Furlong (Year 13) was awarded 3rd prize in this year’s Erasmus Essay Competition, an inter-schools essay competition for students from Years 11 – 13.
What an extraordinary evening with Captain Louis Rudd, our speaker at the Sport in Mind webinar last night.
Local mosaic artist Tamara Froud has created a bird-themed wall-mounted mosaic at the main entrance for DUCKS, Dulwich College Kindergarten and Infants’ School.
The Art department is delighted to announce that some of our boys’ work has been selected to be shown in an online exhibition as part of the ‘Young Art’ competition.
On 22 January, Lewis Fairfax, Associate (Litigation) at Gibson & Co. Solicitors spoke to Year 11 students about his career combining Law with languages.
In January 7L received their first letters from Colegio San Alberto Magno, Alicante, Spain.
This Year at Dulwich College we celebrated our individualism and identity in conjunction with our celebration of being a strong community.
On Thursday 11 February, Will Lord delivered a fascinating talk on the life and impact of Eva Perón – the latest instalment of what has been a busy half term for MFL Society.
The last day of the Lent half term saw our first, but hopefully not last, Dulwich College Cook-Along.
Taking inspiration from this term’s theme ‘Be the Light in the Darkness’, Year 7 impress with their thoughtful and imaginative original choreography.
Friday 12 February is Chinese New Year and the Chinese Department at Dulwich College has organised a number of celebratory activities.
Economist and author Vicky Pryce joined the Economics Society as part of the DCIAM We Are fortnight to talk to an audience of 60 boys on the topic of Women vs Capitalism, the title of her most recent book.
On Thursday 5 February, Sujaan Kochar (Year 10) brought together members of the MFL Society (Modern Foreign Languages) to give a very relevant talk on Punjabi and the Hindustan dilemma.
OA, the magazine for Dulwich College alumni is out now.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Benny Dembitzer returned to the Economics Society to deliver a fantastic talk on his work in Malawi to over 70 students as part of DCIAM We Are fortnight.
In the recent sessions of DT Club, pupils have been set a number of challenges to try at home – the ‘Egg Drop Challenge’, the ‘Tin Can Challenge’ and the ‘Paper Aeroplane Challenge’.
On Tuesday 2 February, the boys and girls of our CCF were treated to a talk from Wing Commander Lewis Cunningham OA.
Despite not having access to the art studios, our young artists have transformed their kitchens and bedrooms into plaster workshops to continue with their sculptures.
On Thursday Year 12 students on the Stage to Screen* course talked with film producer and Governor of Dulwich College, David Parfitt.
On Wednesday we were delighted to welcome Olympian Maddie Hinch to our Sport in Mind series.