After a surreal year in 2020 where everybody missed the camaraderie and competition of the rugby season, it has been a joy to see the boys and staff back on the rugby field for the 2021 Michaelmas Term.
"Let it be!" was the phrase that resounded through the Auditorium on Friday 1 October, as the activist, musician, and entrepreneur, Emmanuel Jal, encouraged the Upper School students to pursue our vision.
This week in the Lower School, boys from Year 8 helped to gather and deliver a huge amount of food and toiletries for the foodbank at the Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers (SDCAS) based in Copleston Road in Peckham.
The College recently heard from the Army Officer Selection Board (AOSB) that two of our Sixth Form students (Felix Taylor and Edward Cook) secured places at Sandhurst (the British Army’s Officer Training College) which they can pursue at any time in the next seven years.
Congratulations to all the Dulwich College boys who represented London Boroughs in the 2021 'Virgin London Mini Marathon' on Sunday.
The Alleynian Sailing Society took part in the Arrow Trophy sailing competition over the weekend and placed 8th overall.
Climate Change Society enjoyed it’s second session this year with a talk led by Carl Leszczinski (Year 13) on ‘The Disproportionate Impacts of Climate Change: The Sahel’.
Director of Drama Peter Jolly and Producer David Parfitt attended a special screening of The Father held at the former theatre, now cinema, beneath the May Fair Hotel in the West End of London.
With great excitement, musicians from the College returned to our regular series of Lunchtime Concert at Christ’s Chapel.
Amazing job by all our boys this weekend and huge congratulations to our U18 team - Niccolo Smith, Oscar Howley, Max Meyohas and Max Karg, pictured above - who won this weekend's National Schools Open Championships.
The 21st Thwaites Bach Competition was held on Friday 24 September in the Old Library and was won by Finlay Johnston (Piano).
Many congratulations to George Good 13HW who has won a place a Tuba player in the National Youth Orchestra.
The whole of Year 9 gathered at the South London Scout Centre on the morning of Monday 13 September to take part in a number of team building and adventure activities.
Year 12 Boys complete tough back-to back expeditions in the Brecon Beacon.
Congratulations to Old Alleynian Nicholas Galitzine who stars in the new live-action musical remake of Cinderella.
During the summer vacation, two of our talented Year 13 art students were delighted to be commissioned to paint an optical illusion of the Jamaican poet, writer, and activist Una Marson at Denmark Hill Station.
Congratulations to Nate Ground Year 10 who joined the English Symphony Youth Orchestra for their highly successful Summer holiday season course as one of the orchestra’s Double Bass players.
Chris Jordan OA is set to rejoin Surrey County Cricket Club next season on a three year contract.
Rohan Patel OA will be taking part in the two-year programme, learning about leadership and developing practical skills.