Dulwich College Singapore
Everything you need to know about the Dulwich College
The seventh College to join the Dulwich family of institutions was Dulwich College (Singapore). Close collaboration across our institutions fosters innovation and fosters an international perspective, which we feel gives students an advantage in the future. The outcome is a culture that values academic ability, encourages creativity, values variety, and prioritizes inspiration. We are proud of our ties to Dulwich College Singapore, gets founded 400 years ago and continues to thrive in all aspects of school life.
With letters patent from King James I, Edward Alleyn established Dulwich College on June 21, 1619. The Great Seal of England is still attached to this paper.
Our Mission and Vision:
Our guiding statements serve as a compass for Dulwich College Singapore in making decisions and ensuring that we remain focused on our students and the larger Dulwich community. Our yearly College Development Plan gets guided by our Vision, Mission, and Values, which underlie several policies. Our goal, vision, and values are part of our guiding statements, as is our dedication to internationalism and global citizenship.
Students Come First When:
- The College provides a secure, fascinating, and safe environment.
- The College understands that we learn about the world through asking questions and actively addressing challenges.
- The College emphasizes the advantages and obligations of collaborative working.
- The College places a premium on environmental awareness and resource conservation.
- Students learn how to live their lives honestly and with respect for themselves and others at the College.
- The College recognizes that lifelong learning necessitates taking chances.
A Dulwich education is all-encompassing. Dulwich founder Edward Alleyn sought to construct a school that emphasized excellent academics, creative endeavors, and good manners, and he succeeded. Our robust Co-Curricular Activity (CCA) program continues that 400-year-old heritage today. At Dulwich College Singapore, CCAs are an essential element of the educational experience in all three schools (Singapore). Students may develop a passion, and improve their talents in a wide range of sports, performing arts, and academic enrichment activities via our CCA program. Students of all ages are encouraged to participate in service projects that address local and global issues. Students get obliged to engage actively in each CCA guided by a teacher or a student. Here’s a sampling of what our CCA has to offer:
- Book Club
- Dulwich Engineers
- Gamma Club
- Medical and Veterinary University Prep
- Physics Society
- Sports (Rugby, Cricket, Gymnastics, Badminton, Volleyball, Hockey, Football/Soccer, Polo, Basketball, etc.)
- Board Games
- Chinese Brush Painting
- History Film Club
- Game Design
- PADI Open Water Diving
- Sports Stacking
- Horse Riding
- Creative Art
- Sewing and Embroidery
Dulwich College’s (Singapore) curriculum leads students onto a study route that leads to Western higher education. The Junior and Senior schools all adopt an expanded version of the National Curriculum for England in their teaching. Science, art and design, music, geography, history, ICT, PE, and PSHE core subjects on specialty instruction. The school’s curriculum is predominantly British and adheres to the national curriculum, allowing students to move into and out of the educational system.
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