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.
The DC track and field athletes have enjoyed a busy and successful half term of competition so far this summer.
Recent leaver Femi Sofolarin made his World Series 7’s debut for England in Singapore over the Easter break.
Dulwich’s finest Upper School athletes turned out to represent their houses last Wednesday as this year’s race for the Steve Hoyle Trophy entered its final stages.
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.
The A, B and C teams enjoyed a fantastic end to the 2018-19 Ski Racing season on Thursday 29 April.
On Wednesday 24 April, the 1st XI travelled to Hampton and Richmond Borough FC to play Hampton School in the final of the ISFA London Schools Cup.
53 students from Years 7 to 10 participated and thoroughly enjoyed skiing on the slopes of Obertauern in Austria over the Easter break.
56 boys from Years 4, 5 and 6 went with seven members of staff to Wagrain, Austria for a wonderful ski trip during the first week of the Easter holidays.
After two days of competition the 1st VII reached the final of the Cup competition at the Rosslyn Park National 7’s on the afternoon of Friday 29 March...
Following Tuesday’s outstanding athletics competition and brilliant sunshine, Day 2 of the Olympian sports events got underway with the U19’s Badminton and U13’s Football tournaments this morning, albeit in slightly cooler conditions.
The athletics started with a bang on Tuesday morning as the Hurdles, 1500 metres and field events kick started the day under bright sunshine at the Community Stadium.
After much anticipation, many welcomes and a vibrant opening ceremony, the pupils from the Dulwich International Schools finally had the opportunity to take part in some sporting competition.
Four Dulwich boys ran for London in the 2019 English Schools Cross Country Championships held in Leeds at the weekend.