13 boys and three members of staff took part in the Arctic Expedition that aimed to challenge the boys in the unfamiliar environment of Raftlaven, Sweden. The week included cross- country skiing and husky dog sledding, ice fishing, and sleeping in snow- holes.
away overall winners finishing with 354 points, 50 ahead of 2nd placed Wellington. Dulwich were also overall winners at the Southwark Borough Championships, organised by Dulwich staff. Dulwich athletes from Year 9 to Year 13 competed at Tonbridge in a match that welcomed teams from Worth School. Kings Canterbury and the strong Judd team. A tough day of competition saw Dulwich finish in 2nd place overall.
As Deputy Master Co-curricular I am responsible for overseeing the delivery of co-curricular activities at the College (DUCKS to Year 13) to ensure we maintain a genuine breadth and depth of opportunity for pupil involvement across a full range of activities. These activities include the service areas of the CCF, the Duke of Edinburgh Award and Scouts; our partnership with the local community through Community Action and raising funds for charitable causes. We pride ourselves in providing a huge variety of clubs and societies for our pupils. Our students participate in as well as lead co-curricular Sport, Music, Drama, Art and DT; the Day-House System; as well as the Outings and Expeditions we run that take place both during term time and the school holidays. A flavour of all that the boys have done follows below: Athletics In the first inter-school meet of the year, Dulwich overcame stiff competition from Wellington, Charterhouse and Brighton and came
Dulwich CCF won Drill, First Aid, Recce and Shooting, with second in Knowledge and Command Task, and unprecedented domination of the field in the Air Squadron Trophy National Finals. Dulwich CCF (RAF) were once again crowned the best ground training team in the country.
Basketball Teams enjoyed a particularly strong start to the season with all teams unbeaten in September. Between the under 15, under 16 and under 18 teams, Dulwich enjoyed a 10 match run without a single defeat.
Danny Piers and Ashley Austin cycled around Normandy busking to raise money for the Mark Evison
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