All students in Year 12 and Year 13 came off-timetable on Thursday for the annual Upper School Symposium, which focused on the theme of 'Tradition and innovation'.
In its' inaugural meeting, Dulwich and JAGS Upper School Italianists got together to share a coffee and discuss one of their A level themes - L'evoluzione della famiglia italiana.
An unprecedented number of Music Scholars were successful in gaining Performance Diplomas at the end of the Summer Term.
Congratulations to the Dulwich CCF team winners of the London District Shooting Competition held at Hythe Ranges in Folkstone on Saturday 6 October 2018.
Dulwich College is an active member of the Herne Hill and Dulwich Safe Routes to School Group which promotes active travel to enable children to get to and from school safely and independently.
More than 200 people, including students from the College, JAGS, and Charter School and DPL attended the latest GE Moore lecture on Thursday 4 October.
The College hosted around 40 pupils from eight schools for its annual Instrumental and Singing Day on Thursday 4 October.
The boys from 4D were busy this morning loading up the school minibus with all this year’s Harvest Festival donations.
On Wednesday 3 October, three of DC’s Music Scholars performed at the opening concert of the 8th Lunchtime Concert Series at Christ’s Chapel in Dulwich Village.
On 2 October, Dulwich College played host to 25 schools, it’s largest U10 Football tournament to-date.
Thank you to everyone who presented and visited the Union Fair on Friday 21 September, and to the staff who helped and supported the boys running the stalls.
Dulwich College’s Modern Languages Department celebrated the European Day of Languages last week with a wide range of Free Learning activities ranging from pasta-making to master-classes in languages as diverse as Hebrew, Polish and Amharic.
Helen Whittaker is a renowned artist and designer, highly regarded for her new stained glass windows and architectural sculpture in glass and copper.
Congratulations to Innes Harvey (Year 11) who has been invited on to the British Cycling Team Olympic Apprentice programme for 2018/19.
The Dulwich College Economics Society welcomed Governor Dr Andreas Köttering to speak to budding economists from Year 9 upwards.
The eighteenth Thwaite’s Bach Competition was held on Thursday 20 September in the Old Library.
Alleynians past and current enjoyed terrific success at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this Summer.
‘A little nonsense now and then, is cherished by the wisest men’ Roald Dahl...
Following an outstanding talk from Jonny Nichol (Year 13 and Econ Soc Chairman) on innovation and competition policy last week, Dulwich College Economics Society had the enormous pleasure of welcoming back Joshua Leslie (OA) to speak about his role at MUFG Bank.
Neil Woods, a representative of the pressure group Law Enforcement Action Partnership (LEAP), delivered a thrilling talk to the Politics Society this week about his ambition to rid the streets of the violent trade in illegal drugs.