Jump in at the deep end or simply paddle in the shallows.
Congratulations to Theo Pos, Year 8, who won Gold in the under 13 Epee division at the England Youth Fencing Championships in Hatfield, Hertfordshire over the weekend.
Sam Ketteley, Year 7, has organised a penalty shootout competition for Years 3-8, to see who is Dulwich’s finest.
Drama and Theatre students from Years 10 to 13 were invited for the opportunity to take part a BBC Radio Drama recording in the Old Library over Half Term.
On Monday 20 May the College was happy to welcome a large audience to the launch of the third and fourth books in its Quatercentenary series.
The DC track and field athletes have enjoyed a busy and successful half term of competition so far this summer.
This residential trip in York was an opportunity for eight Art and Design and Technology students, from Year 9 – 12, to design and create their own stained glass panel.
On Wednesday 15 May, pupils from 7E and 7R were invited to an event at JAGS, where they met their French pen pals from Collège Saint Robert, Merville, for the first time.
The Wings of Hope is a London based charity, providing education and support for underprivileged children around the world.
Dulwich boys enjoyed record successes with North American university applications this year, with 17 students receiving offers.
A group of nine talented musicians performed as soloists at the Leavers’ Concert, which took place on Wednesday 15 May at 7.00pm in the Old Library.
The 3rd Dulwich College Piano Festival took place on Thursday 9 May in the Old Library.
On Thursday 2nd May, five boys from the Upper School departed for the United States to compete in the global final of the KWHS Investment Competition hosted by The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania.
Many congratulations to Devin Liu who was awarded 2nd prize at the first Coach House Piano Competition on Sunday 12 May.
Year 9 boys crash landed into the Edward Alleyn Theatre with their terrific production of Flies inspired by Golding’s iconic novel.
Recent leaver Femi Sofolarin made his World Series 7’s debut for England in Singapore over the Easter break.
On Thursday 2 May, over 40 of Dulwich’s Music Award Holders and advanced players gave a spectacular Chamber Music concert.
Year 12 presented their Devised Original Drama 'Diggin' Deep' in the Edward Alleyn Theatre to great acclaim.
“ The encounter with art – and with others over art – can help us identify with one another, expand our notions of we, and show us that individual engagement in the world has actual consequences.”
The Dulwich College Wings of Hope team, enDuranCe, have successfully reached the semi-finals following their spectacular efforts to raise over £2400 for the educational charity last term.