The Badminton Programme continues to go from strength to strength with coach Mr Kettle, ably assisted by Mr Suddaby, Mr Ottewill and Mr Annett, leading the Senior boys to recent victories against Tonbridge, KCS and Whitgift as they remain unbeaten so far this year.
OAs Femi Sofolarin and Oludara Odunlami are making huge strides in the shortened version of the game.
The second half term of the season began with some wonderful news about two of our runners who compete for the South London Harriers.
At the start of half term, 18 boys travelled to Laon, Northern France, for a fun packed five days of football development.
Congratulations must be extended to Lucas Brown who this week has been named at part the Kent County U14’s Cricket Squad for the Summer of 2020.
The football pitches have been a hive of activity so far this term with Junior School football in full flow.
Congratulations must be extended to Felix Wright (Year 10) who took Gold in the Yorkshire U17's County Badminton Finals over the course of half term.
The 157th meeting of Dulwich and Bedford’s 1st XV’s as part of the 400 anniversary celebrations was always going to be a special occasion.
DUCKS Year 2 children were delighted to be invited to Rosemead School’s inaugural ‘Festival of Sport’.
After a year of planning, it was very exciting to finally welcome fourteen boys and two staff from United Through Sport for a ten day cultural, educational and sporting experience.
It seemed somewhat appropriate that in the year we celebrate our 400th anniversary, we should host our biggest U10 Football tournament to date.
Congratulations are extended to Year 10's Feliix Wright who won U17 Surrey County Badminton Tournament last weekend.
Congratulations to Christo Chilton (Year 9) who came first in the British National Triathlon Championships which took place on the 7 and 8 September at Mallory Park, Leicestershire.
Last Friday saw the annual Junior School House Cross Country Competition take place in the grounds of the College.
Five Year 10 boys, Felix Synge, Torin Lynch, Edward Stimpson, Philip Grammatikopoulos and Christoffel Konijnenberg cycled 190 miles from Greenwich to Arnhem (The Netherlands NL) via Gosfield Lake, Harwich, and Lopik (NL).