Congratulations to Piotr Lazarek in Year 12, runner up in the Senior Engineering Category in the prestigious Big Bang Competition and winner of The Young Scientific Instrument Maker Award, for his innovative battery management system for solar-powered UAVs.
It started with an email from Governor Catherine Polli connecting the Master with an anaesthetist at Queen Elizabeth Hospital...
Many of us love science-fiction, but very few of us attempt to write our own sci-fi novel, let alone managing to finish it and have it published.
Dulwich College Economics Society made the most of a challenging situation by organising the first of a series of virtual meetings at the usual time of 1.45pm on Thursday afternoon.
We are delighted to share this inspirational short video created by the attendees of the Student Leadership Conference hosted earlier this year in China.
We hope you enjoy listening to Sidney, winners of this year's House Part Song Competition, with their performance of Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You.
Our Upper Sixth made the most of a rapidly organised assembly and photo...
At lunchtime last Friday, our Junior School Council took part in a tree planting project on our school grounds, organised by our school Vice Captain, William Brilliant.
Huge thanks to our hosts, City of London School, and authors Nicky Singer, Tanya Landman and Andrew Norris for entertaining and inspiring the boys from Year 7 and 8 book clubs at the Trinity School Book Award Ceremony last Thursday evening.
On Monday, two groups of Year 10 Spanish pupils travelled to North London Collegiate School for the Spanish Short Film Contest.
In a special collaborative effort between the Law Society and the African & Caribbean Society, Ammanuel Desta, David Duroshola and Frankie Hornby (all Year 12) reflected on historical bias in the Law and explored the range of enabling responses to this historical bias.
7R organised a hugely successful cake sale on 4 March in aid of AFFCAD, the College Charity for Lent 2020.
The art studios have been a veritable melting pot of activity and ideas over the last few weeks as the Year 10 students responded to the challenge of ‘Fusion’, their first exhibition in the Store.
Congratulations to Joe Atkinson (Year 13) and Luke Jensen-Jones (Year 12) who made it to the Finals of the Cambridge Schools Debating Tournament on Saturday 7 March.
On Sunday 1 March 50 of our Jazz musicians performed to a sold out audience at the Hideaway Jazz Club, Streatham.
Making the most of the growing popularity of Patball amongst the Middle School, Year 11’s Sameer Khalil and Taiga Chawatama took it upon themselves to organise a tournament to raise funds for our charity of the term, AFFCAD.
To celebrate World Book Day this year we have surveyed boys and staff to discover who are our favourite book characters.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the Annual Dulwich College International Photo Competition.
On Wednesday 4 March the College’s Sustainability Representatives were invited by Governor Howard Kerr to present their views on What is really important for future Sustainability? at the British Standards Institute.