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Hundreds of Junior School students compete at the 2018 Dulwich Games

In late March, over 500 Junior School students from seven schools across the Dulwich College International network traveled to Dulwich College Beijing for the 2018 Dulwich Games.

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Students from Shanghai, Suzhou, Seoul, Beijing and Singapore spent two days competing in football, basketball, swimming and other athletic events over the course of the tournament.

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At Dulwich College International, we believe that every student should have the opportunity to experience competition – one that encourages collaboration, friendly rivalry and teamwork. The Dulwich Games emphasizes good sportsmanship and caters to all abilities, creating a positive sports environment to inspire our young student athletes.

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Being part of a network also allows our schools to work together, leveraging their talent and resources to organise events across all areas of school life where they can forge relationships and share in the Dulwich experience. This exposes our students and staff to a rich and varied choice of opportunities that individual schools could not offer on their own.

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