Dulwich College

Dulwich College
Dulwich Common
London SE21 7LE
United Kingdom

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Registration point:
Trevor Bailey Sports Ground (NOT MAIN SCHOOL SITE) SE21 7HA

Camps times run from 9.30am-4.30pm
Extra Time Club hours available 8:30am-5:30pm (£7.50).

Situated in 75 acres, yet only 12 minutes by train from central London, Dulwich College is an academically selective and socially responsible independent boys’ school in south London, diverse in our social mix, breadth of talents, character, and backgrounds. At the heart of our mission is philanthropy; Dulwich College currently provides financial support in the form of scholarships and means-tested bursaries to more than 35% of its pupils, 195 of whom are in receipt of a bursary award.

Founded in 1619, the College has exceptional academic, co-curricular and sporting facilities. As well as The Laboratory, a RIBA National Award-winning Science and Arts building, our iconic Grade II* listed Barry Buildings and surrounding landscaping have been extensively refurbished.

With our excellent sports facilities, boys are offered the chance to try out 21 different sports and there are over 200 competitive sports teams. We are winners of both the Champions Trophy and the U18 Schools Cup in rugby. Well-known sports alumni include cricketers Chris Jordan and Eion Morgan and rugby players Oli Keeble, Femi Solarin and Tommy O’Flaherty.

For more about sport at Dulwich College, please watch our film