The Wellbeing Department was fortunate enough to welcome Jemima Marriot to the College to discuss Active Listening with parents.
The first lunchtime concert of the 2019/20 season took place on Wednesday 2 October at Christ’s Chapel in Dulwich Village.
We are proud to be able to welcome to Dulwich College a therapy dog in training, Monty, into our school community.
The 157th meeting of Dulwich and Bedford’s 1st XV’s as part of the 400 anniversary celebrations was always going to be a special occasion.
Upper School students came off timetable on Thursday to attend a packed programme of talks, seminars and workshops on the theme of ‘consumption’.
The Dulwich College sustainability representatives were proud to be in attendance at the Education for the Future – Climate Emergency Conference at Regent High School on Saturday 12 October.
The Dulwich College Chapel Choir and JAGS Holst Choir sang Evensong at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle on Wednesday 9 October.
Monday 7 October saw the return of the DCBSSC in the Edward Alleyn Theatre.
Mufti Day provided a bright Friday 4 October with pupils echoing the Ugandan flag by wearing red, yellow, black or white.
Former managing director at Goldman Sachs, David Townshend visited the College last Thursday to deliver a lecture on the period of stagnation that Japan has experienced over the last few decades
After a year of planning, it was very exciting to finally welcome fourteen boys and two staff from United Through Sport for a ten day cultural, educational and sporting experience.
It seemed somewhat appropriate that in the year we celebrate our 400th anniversary, we should host our biggest U10 Football tournament to date.
The highly anticipated Bachfest 2019 was held on Wednesday 25 September as part of the College’s 400th anniversary celebrations.
'Phoenix and Unicorn' previewed on 19 September and is now open for visits by appointment until 17 October.
On Friday there were over 50 societies presenting at the annual Union Fair, and the attendance of boys were overwhelming from every year group.
Daniel Pryor, from the prestigious Adam Smith Institute think tank, visited the College to talk to the Economics Society.
Congratulations are extended to Year 10's Feliix Wright who won U17 Surrey County Badminton Tournament last weekend.
On Tuesday 17 September, The Afro-Caribbean Culture Society held its first meeting in the screening room during lunchtime, our first talk was an Open Forum.
More than 49,000 readings of the air quality on the campus from three monitoring stations at Dulwich College have been taken over a period of 125 days.
During the summer holiday, I was given the opportunity to spend six and a half weeks in Canada with the Canadian Cadets.