During the Michaelmas term, students in the Lower School were tasked to enter the annual House Art Competition under the theme of ‘Ancestors and Descendants’.
On Monday 29 November 2021 Year 13 French pupils from both JAGS and Dulwich joined forces to take part in our very own Joutes Oratoires Debating Competition.
Reconsidering our relationship with the environment, the art department presents an exhibition which seeks to celebrate the enduring beauty of nature while also drawing to attention to our duty to protect and preserve it.
The photo edit is in and finally we get to celebrate and share the success of Upper School House Drama 2021.
A week of eco awareness and sustainable change.
This week Year 13 Spanish students enjoyed a study day at the BFI on the works of the award-winning director, Pedro Almodóvar.
On Monday the 22 November Dr Nayeri took 15 Sixth Form Geographers, and one enthusiastic geographer from Year 11, to the Royal Geographical Society in Kensington to hear a fascinating talk by Lizzy Crotty on ‘Rewilding the Wild – lessons from Australia’.
As part of the Spanish Department’s commitment to celebrating diverse cultures and races during Black History Month, all three Year 13 classes and one Year 12 class took part in a yoga flow class in Spanish during lessons in October.
On Tuesday lunchtime Politics Society hosted a Zoom talk from Zara Mohammed, the first woman and the first Scot to lead the Muslim Council of Britain.
On Sunday afternoon three EAL Boarders joined the inaugural ‘Get to know your local area’ EAL walking trip and braved the biting wind to walk up the hill to the Crystal Palace Museum.
Congratulations to Oli Lam-Watson OA (2006-2011) who has won bronze in the 2021 IWAS Wheelchair Fencing World Cup.
The Master was delighted to introduce Peter Jolly and Calista Lucy, who took us along on Alleyn's fascinating journey to becoming the founder of Dulwich College in the latest Archives Webinar.
On a day of lecture and debate, of learning, pledges, discussions, and an excellent vegan lunch the remove of JAGS and Dulwich College participated in the opening day of Eco Week.
29 of the College’s Music Scholars, Award holders and senior musicians gave the annual Music Scholars’ Concert on Wednesday 17 November in the Great Hall.
Congratulations to Ryan Nguyen Year 8 who won the U12 Piano Recital class and a silver medal in the Piano Grade 8 Class at the Beckenham Music Festival 2021 this weekend.
A packed Old Library was held spellbound on Thursday lunchtime by Igor Judge, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales between 2008 and 2013, and Convenor of the Crossbench peers in the House of Lords since 2019.
Professor Michael Burton OA (1970- 1978) has been presenting his planetarium show “Our Place in the Cosmos” every day in the Glasgow Planetarium dome as part of the programme of activities taking place at the COP26 summit.
This week, there were two fantastic Open Concerts given by boys in the Junior School and the Lower School.
As part of our continued music partnership work with Dulwich Wood Primary, we were delighted that Year 10 trumpeter Barnaby Taylor was invited to perform the Last Post at their Remembrance Service on Thursday 11 November.