Dulwich College is committed to engaging with our local community. Across the College pupils and staff voluntarily contribute their time and expertise to a wide range of community activities. We also lead a range of local partnerships with the maintained sector, at both primary and secondary levels. These include the Southwark Schools’ Learning Partnership, our Saturday School schemes of Science and creative enrichment, our commitment to School-Centred Initial Teacher Training in Mathematics, Physics and Modern Languages, and our local partnerships with City Heights E-ACT Academy in Tulse Hill and Dulwich Wood Primary School.
Donations to the Partnership Fund are used to enhance the ongoing strategic impact of our work in educational partnerships and community action. For further information, please see our Partnerships page, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
"I believe that there are significant mutual benefits when local schools work together, and it is very encouraging to see the development of meaningful partnerships between the Dulwich Foundation Schools and our excellent local state schools to the benefit of all students."Helen Hayes | Member of Parliament for Dulwich and West Norwood