A fourth was added soon afterwards. This is often abbreviated to "O.A." The school was founded in 2013 and has more than 1,500 students, enrolling in different programs from the age of 2 to 18. Engagement in sports not only aids our students’ physical development, improving their coordination and developing their skills in a variety of sports, but also helps them to learn how to be part of a team. These networks exist between schools, linking teachers who share the same subject specialisms, and on a larger scale. [5], Alleyn drew upon the experience of other similar establishments in order to formulate the statutes and ordinances of the college, including drawing on the statutes of the already ancient Winchester College and visiting the more contemporary establishments of Sutton's Hospital (now Charterhouse School) and Croydon's Hospital (now the almshouses of the Whitgift Foundation). boxing, fives, squash, fencing, shooting). It was a trophy competed for by boarders only presented by an Old Alleynian, A.G.Gordon. This passed into law by Act of Parliament and resulted in the Upper and Lower schools being officially split into separate institutions. ages 7, 11, 13, and 16 years old) to the Junior, Lower, Middle and Upper Schools into which the college is divided. 1 High School, Beijing Shunyi District Yangzhen No. [63] ,2014 National Schools' Regatta,[64] and 2016 Schools' Head of the River Race[65]. Carver successfully fought with the Chairman of the Governors, the Rev William Rogers, to create a public school with high academic standards. [16], Immediately after this criticism, the Dulwich College Grammar School was established in 1842 for the education of poor boys from Dulwich and Camberwell. Admission by examination is mainly into years 3, 7, 9, and 12 (i.e. [70] The Alleynian was edited at one point by P.G.Wodehouse in his last year at the school. Most of these clubs and societies have their own personalised ties. [32], London County Council scholars were admitted to Dulwich College from 1903. Expand: Leverage your professional network to get introduced to people you should know. Three British and Irish Lions have emerged from the college. In 2015, 3 students from the school received maximum IB scores of 45 points, which was only achieved by 146 students around the world. Delivering high academic results and providing a well-rounded education, our schools place alongside the world’s best. [14] The increased wealth of the college eventually resulted in the Charity Commission establishment of an enquiry into the advisability of widening the application of the funds to those extra beneficiaries Alleyn had specified in later amended clauses to the foundation's original statutes. [5] The two campuses serving 1–18-year olds and 1–6-year olds respectively. [45], This trophy was presented to the college prior to the Second World War. The Upper School became Dulwich College (officially for the first time) and the Lower became Alleyn's School. We have many examples of working with local schools for the benefit of individual students or for entire academic fields. The minor sports also had colours, although these did not extend to a full blazer. The Dulwich College International family of co-educational, academically selective schools has been in Asia since 2003, building bridges between Eastern and Western communities. Current pupils of the school are known as Alleynians. Dulwich College International is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all the students in our care and expects all applicants to share this commitment. The primary teaching language is English, with a Dual Language approach in Mandarin and English in DUCKS. [52] From this time, the colour scheme arose for rewarding achievement, limited at first to sport with blazers for the 1st and 2nd team of the major sports, rugby and cricket (as well as ties, caps and squares). [18], The "College of God's Gift" became "Alleyn's College of God's Gift" when, on 25 August 1857, the Dulwich College Act dissolved the existing corporation and the charity was reconstituted with the new name. It has also competed in Texas, Singapore and Stuttgart. [27]. However, the position of Master continued as the title of the Headmaster of the new Upper School, with an Undermaster as deputy. All boys are members of one of eight day houses or Athletic Houses as they were originally known. Soccer, a minor sport since it was allowed in 1970, became of equal status to hockey in 2000. The Master, Canon Carver, resisted these pressures for many years, finally winning an appeal in 1876 at the highest possible level (the Privy Council) where Lord Selborne ruled in his favour. Season’s Greetings! Little Riv is for Toddler and Nursery students, and has a more tighter community feeling than the Legend Garden Campus. Dulwich College is a 2–19 independent, day and boarding school for boys in Dulwich, London, England.It began as the College of God's Gift, founded in 1619 by Elizabethan actor Edward Alleyn, with the original purpose of educating 12 poor scholars.It began to grow into a large school from 1857, and took its current form in 1870 when it moved into its current premises. Dulwich College Seoul’s popular Christmas Gift Drive has been conducted since 2018. Dulwich College International | 8.113 volgers op LinkedIn. Those up to age sixteen (Year 11) live in The Orchard, whilst boys of the Upper School (Year 12 and Year 13) live in either Ivyholme or Blew House.[36]. It was originally competed for by the four boarding houses (when there was no junior/senior distinction), but after the Second World War only by the senior houses Blew House and Ivyholme until 2017, the year which Orchard were readded to the competition. The College is made up of over 650 students from age 3 to age 18, with over forty different nationalities represented in our diverse student body. Shortly after the start of the Summer term, an announcement would be made that henceforth, for the rest of the term, blazers (navy blue with a white embroidered DC in gothic script) and grey flannels would be worn, along with the option of boaters. A boy's house is decided randomly or through family connection where possible. He founded the College Mission in a poverty-stricken part of Camberwell. [12], The next two centuries were beset by both external difficulties such as diminishing financial fortunes and failing buildings as well as internal strife between the various Members of the College. Learning is effective when it has a clear purpose: Students take ownership and responsibility for their own learning. Katy Wood Reception Lead Teacher. Our links to Dulwich College, founded in 1619, are strong, and we collaborate closely with the other schools in the network to encourage an international outlook and create an extended community where academic ability is fostered, creativity is valued, and diversity is celebrated. We follow safe recruitment practices, which are aligned to the recommendations of the International Task Force on Child Protection. They came first both regionally and nationally in 2020. From the ring of flames an arm with a hand holding a heart protrudes. [22], The school lent its name to a locomotive in the Southern Railway V Class. We hope to bring love, joy, hope and peace to everyone around us for enduring this extra-ordinary year. Part of the Dulwich College International network of schools, Dulwich College (Singapore) has a global outlook and The Old Grammar School, as it became known, was erected in 1841 opposite the Old College, designed by Sir Charles Barry, the architect of the Palace of Westminster. The Athletic Houses produced, and still produce, Big Sides and Little Sides for competition. [20] He was the first Master not to share the name of the school's founder "Alleyn" (or latterly "Allen"). [45], When Arthur Herman Gilkes became Master, he adhered to Carver's belief that the physical organisation of the school should be based on the principle that as far as possible management should be in the hands of the boys. The society runs from year 7 to 13 and has around 50 members. This must occur in a variety of contexts within and beyond the taught curriculum and classroom. The athletic houses were created to improve the standard of games at the college, which had deteriorated during the First World War. [3], The charity originally consisted of a Master, Warden, four fellows, six poor brothers, six poor sisters and twelve poor scholars (orphans admitted from the age of six years), who became the joint legal owners of Alleyn's endowment of the manor and lands of Dulwich, collectively known as the Members of the College. About Dulwich College International. [5] The "Lower school" for boys between 8 and 16, had lower fees and a syllabus and was aimed at children of the industrial and poorer classes. By the 60s, boys (other than prefects and those with sporting honours) had to wear a black jacket and either grey flannels or pinstripe trousers in the Autumn and Winter terms. [13] The lack of a disinterested body of governors and of any official connection to the Universities of Oxford or Cambridge contributed significantly to the school failing to fulfill Alleyn's vision in its first two centuries. [46] Big Sides are Houses teams that include players who also represent the school and Little are House sides that do not include school sporting representatives. 17 Dulwich College International reviews. A raft of minor sports have also been recognised at the college for well over a century in many cases. It was split into two parts with a joint Board of Governors: the educational (for the college) and the eleemosynary (for the charity). Dulwich College International is a family of schools with eight International Schools and two International High Schools across Asia. Top international schools in Beijing Dulwich College Beijing. Beyond the school grounds, international networks are another source of inspiration to teachers, both in-country and beyond. [23] The lower school alone continued to occupy the Old College in Dulwich Village from 1870 until it was moved to its new (and current) premises in East Dulwich in 1887. Dulwich International High School Zhuhai: Top in the World. Dulwich College International www.dulwich.org; Company Information; Company Information. [8] Rumours that Alleyn turned his attention towards charitable pursuits out of fear for his moral well-being have been traced to the journalist George Sala and questioned though never firmly answered in the negative. There is a wide range of clubs ranging from Rocketry to History and the college used to have a Chicken society in which boys tended to the college's chickens. Visit Dulwich College International Apply; ... is a decision not made lightly and our virtual open house sessions are a convenient way for you to learn more about Dulwich College (Singapore). These networks exist between schools, linking teachers who share the same subject specialisms, and on a larger scale. Likewise, prefects wearing caps quartered in blue and black, could unbutton their jackets and keep their hands in their trousers. 2020 is an incredible time in the life of our school and I am excited to be joining DHZH as we enter into the school’s 11th year of operation and prepare for a new phase in our development as the leading international high school in the Greater Bay Area region. [2], Legend Garden Campus: 89 Capital Airport Road Shunyi District Beijing 101300 PRC, British international schools in the People's Republic of China, Dulwich College International School of Beijing, "The best international schools around the world", http://www.dulwich-beijing.cn/page.cfm?p=396, Beijing Shunyi District No. The school also has teams for golf; badminton; basketball; croquet; cycling; skiing; table tennis and rugby fives. Notable Old Alleynians include Sir Ernest Shackleton, Sir P G Wodehouse, Raymond Chandler, Sir Edward George, Bob Monkhouse, Michael Ondaatje, David Thomson, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Nigel Farage, the cricketer Trevor Bailey, C. S. Forester and the architect C. F. A. Voysey. The school building houses the 602-seat Wodehouse Theatre, 300-seat Edward Alleyn Theatre, two Black Box theatres, spacious music rooms, a fully equipped radio studio, light and airy art rooms and two libraries with over 70,000 resources. As for the Master, he was still to be appointed as the head of the new school. Give back: Introduce, employ and offer to act as a mentor to our graduating students. Family of international schools and colleges. [9], In the 2016-2017 academic year, Dulwich has been honoured to receive three distinctions: the prestigious British International School Award in the "Teaching Initiative of the Year" category"[1]", a Diplomats’ Choice in the "Best International School" category", as well as being named "Best International School" at the Expat Life Awards. The 1882 Act (as a result of the Charity Commissioners scheme) abolished the office of Undermaster. A free inside look at company reviews and salaries posted anonymously by employees. [69], The Dulwich College school magazine is called the Alleynian, named after the school's founder Edward Alleyn. Part of a worldwide network. Other interesting artefacts held by the college include the "James Caird", the whaler in which Ernest Shackleton made his intrepid voyage for survival to South Georgia from Elephant Island in 1916,[80] as well as other items such as sledges from the earlier Nimrod expedition. The Master, Warden, four fellows and 12 servants were pensioned off, although Alleyn's wishes were, and continue to be, respected, as sixteen pensioners (being the equivalent of 12 poor brothers and sisters plus four fellows) still live in flats in the Old College, looked after by a Warden. Before the creation of these houses, the most keenly anticipated matches were the Boarders vs Day-Boys or the Prefects vs The Rest of the School. The academic programme is based on the English National Curriculum for England and Wales. Besides the provision of housing, the owner-occupancy also doubles as a real estate investment. The building on Dulwich Green of a chapel, a schoolhouse and twelve almshouses, began in 1613 and was completed in the autumn of 1616. Dulwich College International (DCI) was established to bring the Dulwich education to students around the world and is now one of the fastest growing UK independent school networks. Boarders with no colours could wear black ties to distinguish them from day boys. The major sports have always included rugby and cricket in the Michaelmas and summer terms respectively and for many decades just these two were deemed as major. As of 2013 it has over 1,450 students from 12 months to 18 years.[2]. Katy Wood is the Reception Year Leader. The facilities, which include a sports centre complex, courts for most racquet sports, an athletic track, tennis courts, a swimming pool and acres of playing fields, cater to almost all sporting requirements. [34] The new arms granted by the College of Arms were very similar to the old ones retaining most of the features. The College is an international school with a British independent school ethos which draws upon 400 years of excellence, innovation, tradition and values and is proud to welcome over 50 nationalities. Dulwich College Seoul saw students return to classrooms for the 2020-21 school year under the leadership of new Head of College, Gudmundur Hegner Jonsson. [9], The school includes a programme for students with German as a first language. This resulted in an academic 'Renaissance' of the college which came to a climax from the late 1950s when the college was at the forefront of the schools winning awards on entry to Oxford and Cambridge. The Accelerate programme is a 12-month, multi-modular leadership programme for middle leaders at Dulwich College International (DCI) schools throughout China, Singapore, Seoul, South Korea, Myanmar.. This was only awarded on the recommendation of the Field Sports Committee (see Sport section) with the essential requirement being that a boy be a member of both the Cricket 1st XI and the Rugby 1st XV and display prominence in a minor sport (e.g. [54], This uniform changed little till the 1960s (save for the arms change in 1935, and the addition of the house colours on sports shirts following the athletics houses foundation in 1920). Dulwich College Seoul was the fourth to join the Dulwich College International (DCI) family of schools, opening its doors in 2010. This was suppressed in 1883 by the new Master, Welldon, whose first rule on arrival was that the boys should wear uniform, a forerunner of the subfusc jackets of today.[51]. Colours for sporting achievement were the first such colours to be established at the college (see School uniform and colours below). Participant Since 19 November 2020. Growth is surely a sign of our success, but what matters is how we use it. First, it represents Alleyn's charitable intentions, and second it recalls Alleyn's famous speech, written by Ben Jonson, when he presented King James I with the flaming heart of London during The Magnificent Entertainment, involving a procession through the streets and through triumphal arches by which the City of London welcomed King James I from Scotland in 1604. Premium courses at affordable prices. [7] There is no documentary evidence for the legend that he owned brothels. Admissions and Applications start now. [56] Gilkes had it that the only masters with authorised status with regards to games were the captain of the Rifle Corps, and treasurer of the Sports Board. [24] By the time Canon Carver retired from the position of Master in 1882, Dulwich College was said to have expanded more rapidly in the previous 25 years than any other establishment[25] and to be holding its own at universities, to have won a large number of places of honour in the Indian and Home Civil Service and at the Royal Military College of Woolwich and to be well represented among the public schools medals of the Royal Geographic Society and the prizes of the Art Schools of the Royal Academy. The Head Master of Dulwich College is styled The Master of Dulwich College, as laid out in the 1882 scheme of the Charity Commissioners. Then in 2017 secured an historic double, becoming the first ever team to win both the schools cup (in the years mentioned) and the Champions Trophy, the highest Tier of School Cup Rugby.[66]. [3] • Collaborates directly with Dulwich College London with the Extended Projects, with emphasis on professional networking and building multidisciplinary, cross-curricular links. The Legend Garden Campus includes two sports domes, a multi-purpose sports hall, six tennis courts, a FIFA two-star rated football pitch, a natural grass rugby pitch and Beijing's only cricket pitch. as post-nominal letters in brackets in school publications or publications specifically concerning the school. [12] Alleyn also made provision that the people of Dulwich should be able to have their men children instructed at the school for a fee as well as children from outside Dulwich for a separate fee. Dr John Allen (1771–1843) of Holland House was a most learned and influential man, but neglected the education of the Poor Scholars. Between 2012 and 2014, Dulwich College won the Natwest Schools Cup (previously known as the Daily Mail Cup) three times in a row. Additionally, the boarding houses, which historically had a disproportionate effect on the sporting life of the college, had their own boarding house colours. They are reputed to have originally come from Francis Drake's Golden Hinde. [citation needed] 60% of Dulwich teachers are British. Dulwich College (Singapore) opened its state-of-the-art campus in August 2014 and has since established a strong reputation. The Master was most senior, followed by the Warden and on vacancy of the Mastership, the Warden succeeded. Glassdoor gives you an inside look at what it's like to work at Dulwich College International, including salaries, reviews, office photos, and more. This methodology was co-developed through a partnership between Ncazelo Ncube (who was working at REPSSI at the time) and David Denborough (Dulwich … In 1863, the Master, Alfred Carver, decreed the uniform should be "Short tunic buttoned to the chin, trousers of an Oxford mixture, an ordinary rifle cap with a broad band and narrow peak, and a dark coloured Inverness cape for winter. It is known that in 1864 caps were introduced, with cross ribbons of purple soon altered to blue. Type: Company Sector: Diversified Engagement Tier: Signatory Global Compact Status: Active Ownership: Privately Held Letter of Commitment. The college still divides sport into Major and Minor. [3] The poor brothers and sisters and scholars were to be drawn from the four parishes that were most closely tied to Alleyn (being St Botolph's Bishopsgate where he was born, St Giles, Middlesex where he had built his Fortune Theatre, St Saviour's Southwark where he had the Paris Bear Garden and had managed the Rose Theatre, and St Giles Camberwell where the college was founded). It has recently enjoyed great success, winning the Oxford Union Debating Competition in 2014, 2015 and 2016, the Cambridge Union Schools Debating Competition in 2014 and 2015, and the ESU (English Speaking Union) Schools Mace Debating Competition, also in 2014 and 2015. The group now comprises 10schools in seven cities and four countries in Asia. The Class of 2015 had an average IB score of 37.5 points, of which 36% scored above 40 points.[4]. The College offers the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) in Years 10–11 and the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) in Years 12 and 13.. Dulwich College has close involvement with its international colleges and schools determined through an exclusive worldwide charter agreement with Dulwich College Management International which has led to the establishment of a number of overseas schools and programmes, taking the Dulwich name, ethos and best practice out into the wider world. [6], The primary teaching language is English, with a Dual Language approach in Mandarin and English. In the twentieth century, field hockey became a major sport in the Lent term, having been introduced in 1953. The Dulwich College International family of co-educational, academically selective schools has been in Asia since 2003, building bridges between Eastern and Western communities. [26], Despite its excellent reputation, the college was the focus of pressure by the Charity Commissioners and other parties (including the Board of Governors and the outlying parishes named in Edward Alleyn's will) to reorganise it and divert much of its endowment to other schemes. Although the Master of the Rolls, Lord Langdale rejected the appeal in 1841 on the grounds that Alleyn had no right to alter the original statutes, he did express dissatisfaction with the college's educational provision. [6], The Riviera Main Campus, nicknamed "Little Riv", has two large sports fields and well-developed outdoor learning areas. [48] Upon their original creation Boarders and Day Boys were divided thus: Grenville included Blew House, Marlowe included The Orchard, Spenser included Elm Lawn, Sidney included Ivyholme and two entirely Day-boy houses were created: Drake and Raleigh. [7], Since 1605, Alleyn had owned the manorial estate of Dulwich, and it may have been around this time that he first had the idea of establishing a college or hospital for poor people and the education of poor boys. [22] The new college buildings, sited in the 24 hectares (60 acres) of Dulwich Common, were designed by Charles Barry, Jr. (the eldest son of Sir Charles Barry). Both Dulwich College and Alleyn's School were to be managed by the college Governors who also administered the Chapel and Picture Gallery. This is underpinned by an exclusive worldwide charter agreement to champion the Dulwich name, ethos … The founding school, Dulwich College in London, has a close and forward-looking partnership with the growing network of Dulwich College International schools. It still exists today. Delivering high academic results and providing a well-rounded education, our schools place alongside the world’s best. Creating the best schools in the world so our students make a positive difference and Graduate Worldwise. We firmly believe that academic preparedness and student wellbeing are two sides of the same coin. Originally colours consisted of blazers for the 1st and 2nd team of the major sports, rugby and cricket (as well as ties, caps and squares) and colours for minor sports, (not extending to a full blazer but blazer badges plus caps and ties). Connect: Find and reminisce with fellow graduates, see what they have been up to and stay in touch. Since Dulwich College International’s inception in 2003, our schools have developed many unique and pioneering capabilities, not only in the academics but also in many other areas associated with the provision of a holistic education, including community and environmental action. [5] Edward Alleyn, as well as being a famous Elizabethan actor, for whom Christopher Marlowe wrote his title roles, performed at the Rose Theatre,[6] was also a man of great property and wealth, derived mainly from places of entertainment including theatres and bear-gardens. 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Thomas (Deputy Master, took over the Mastership in 1953 for the year it took to find a permanent replacement), This page was last edited on 14 December 2020, at 20:58. [47] The Cock House Shield or Cup are presented to the leading House at the end of the school year taking into account all competitions.[48]. Overview Country: Singapore Org. [4] However, for at least 263 years this colloquialism was incorrect as the school was part of the overall charitable Foundation. [29] Dulwich College's income is derived from the contributions by the Estates Governors, among whom the College Governors are well represented (having eight of the twenty five places)[30] Canon Carver retired at this point, being the first headmaster to be both appointed and retired by Act of Parliament. Visit our school websites to learn about our outstanding academic results. Sharing resources effectively. 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