In the last of our three-part video series exploring life at Dulwich is an energy-filled day in the Senior School.
Our Senior School is full of opportunities for our Year 7 to 13 students, both inside and outside the classroom. That’s because we believe in developing each student holistically and helping them discover their unique potential.
Our oldest students learn from a broad and balanced academic curriculum that includes the IGCSE syllabus and the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) in our Colleges and the A Level in our High Schools. From computer science to Chinese language studies, our students develop academic knowledge, learn to take measured risks, and explore their passions within a learning environment that is equal parts challenging and supportive.
Beyond the classroom, they play sport; they debate; they perform; they innovate, and they can create in a myriad of different ways. They are also actively engaged in student leadership at all ages, leading or taking part in many different activities during and beyond the school day. These enrichment opportunities go hand in hand with their studies, and allow them to become confident, mature young adults who are prepared for life.
See for yourself what Senior School at Dulwich is like in the video below: