Congratulations to the Upper School boys who have raised an amazing £7,270 for the King’s Elf Service - the Christmas gift drive for King’s College Hospital and one of the five charities we are supporting this term.
'There is one thing the photograph must contain - the humanity of the moment.’ Robert Frank
Bell House is inviting primary school children across Southwark to take part in a Pond Life Art Competition run by Dulwich-based educational charity, Bell House.
On the 19 November Lord Moynihan spoke about his inspiring life.
Michael Xu Huang ‘In Conversation’ with the Master Dr Joe Spence, Dr Cameron Pyke Deputy Master External and Sue Mulholland Director of Art, Design and Free Learning.
Congratulations to George Good Year 12, who has been selected to play in the prestigious London Schools’ Symphony Orchestra.
Tom Lazarides OA had a life-changing swimming pool accident in June this year.
On Wednesday 11 November, the entire Dulwich College community came together for the annual Act of Remembrance on Armistice Day, to hold two minutes silence to remember all those, an in particular the 865 Old Alleynians and five teaching staff, who gave their lives in service of their country.
Pupils in Years 4 and 5 at Dulwich Wood Primary take part in a new music partnership programme led by our Head of Strings, Ms Lesley Larkum, in which violin lessons are delivered weekly using the Colourstrings methodology.
Eighteen months ago, I became aware of an educational charity called Action Tutoring.
Aspiring Engineers Society was privileged to welcome Yunlong Xu, an extremely successful OA who worked for RedBull Racing and Porsche as an aerodynamicist.
Senior Prefects explored topics from Sustainability to Racial Education in their half-termly Committee Meeting on Monday, chaired by School Captain, Max Hamilton, with senior staff and guest Chief Operating Officer, Simon Yiend.
The Economics Society were fortunate to enjoy a visit from Hilary Eastman to talk about how capital markets function.
The Geography Society was lucky enough to be joined by Richard Donnell, listed in Property Week’s 100 Most Influential People in Residential
Congratulations to OA Oli Keeble who was part of the Scotland side who celebrated a Six Nations win in Wales for the first time in 18 years with victory in Llanelli on Saturday.
Throughout this month, many staff across the College will be raising funds and awareness for Movember; the UK’s leading charity committed to men’s physical and mental health, including suicide prevention, testicular and prostate cancer.
OAs Hammad Jeilani and Christopher Law are trialling a project to courier Covid-19 samples, blood tests and personal protective equipment between hospitals in England.
Over the coming weeks, 15 Dulwich pupils will be tutoring primary school children as part of the Action Tutoring program.
Geography Society was lucky enough to be joined by Dr Vanessa Lawrence CB, one of the world’s leading experts in Geospatial analysis (satellite mapping).
The growing popularity of cycling, the impact of heritage and the power of music were the themes of three talks that played a central role this week in ‘Adding to History’ for Black History Month.