At the start of the summer break 31 boys travelled to Italy for a week of training and competition.
The whole of Year 9 gathered at the South London Scout Centre on Monday morning to take part in a number of team building and adventure activities.
Dan Jackson, a former professional Australian Rules footballer with an eleven year career, now founder of Foundation Performance came to speak to students from the sport High Performance Programme.
Congratulations to Sean Butcher in Year 11 who, over the summer, was awarded the prestigious E Plate (English Champion) in the MSA British Kart Championships.
This July saw 21 students travel to the Lake District to take part in their Duke of Edinburgh qualifying expedition.
Mrs Norris, our new Head of DUCKS, introduced herself to the whole school and gave new joiners and returning children a warm welcome to DUCKS during the first day back assembly.
From the 18 to 26 July, five Upper School students from Dulwich College, Phillip Cloud, Hin Chi Lee, Simon Xu, Jerry Shi and Alexander Kersh, represented the UK at the 31st International Youth Physics Tournament in Beijing, accompanied by Dr Duo and Mr Wheble.
This morning, in bright sunshine, the Dulwich College community assembled at the War Memorial for a Service of Remembrance and the blessing of a commemorative stone in honour of Old Alleynian Lt Cecil Harold Sewell VC of the Royal West Kent Regiment, and Tank Corps.
Congratulations to Ben Miller, OA (2007-18) who has won a place at Imperial College, London to read Physics together with the Ash Music Scholarship.
Author Michael Ondaatje OA (1954-62) has been longlisted for this year’s Man Booker Prize for his recently published Warlight.
It is a pleasure to report on this year’s excellent GCSE results gained by Alleynians in Years 10 and 11. The boys achieved 57% at A* and 84% A*/A or equivalent.
Dulwich College Year 13 students received their A level results this morning.
On Tuesday 3 July 2018, 12 students from the Remove and Year 11 spent the day at the National Grid Substation in Wimbledon.
Four Dulwich boys have been awarded prestigious Confucius Institute Scholarships by the Chinese government to study at Chinese Universities in Beijing and Shanghai next year.
From Sunday 1 July to Wednesday 4 July, 23 Year 9 Dulwich boys took part in the Year 9 Enrichment trip to Paris where they were able to see the monuments they had studied in lessons in real life.
This morning Dr Spence presented the Wilson Cup to Spenser’s new Upper School House Captain, Mithun Sundaresen and Lower School House Captain, Roshaad Brown.
Saatwick Gupta (Year 12) has placed second in the New College of the Humanities Essay Competition for his Economics writing on the title, ‘Can rich countries meaningfully help developing countries improve their standards of living?’
Dulwich College U15A cricket team travelled to Billericay yesterday to represent London in the South East Regional finals day.
A crack team of Dulwich College’s finest business minds travelled to Birmingham to compete in the Institute of Chartered Accountants for England and Wales’ BASE National Finals.
Joe Atkinson (Year 11) has been named as one of three winners of the prestigious Orwell Youth Prize for political writing.