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The Nutrition Committee is currently active in canvassing the views of the children and parents on the school lunch programme, with a focus on ensuring that Dulwich children are eating nutritious, tasty and adequate amounts at lunchtime. We will report our findings in the coming weeks.
The arrangements for STEM week are well underway and promises to build on last year's very successful event.


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Dulwich College Seoul offers an exemplary British-style education for expatriate students in an international setting.

Established in 2010, the College is a dynamic, high-performing, co-educational independent school catering for over 400 children aged 18 months to 16 years from 39 different countries across six continents. It is built upon the history of Dulwich College London, one of Britain's most prestigious independent schools, originated in 1619.

The College draws upon 400 years of experience in education. Dulwich College Seoul maintains close relationship with both Dulwich College London and the Dulwich Colleges in China (Shanghai, Beijing and Suzhou). Our Founder school, Dulwich College London, provides expertise, resources and a rigorous set of academic standards to which we must adhere. In addition, our close ties with our sister schools in Beijing, Shanghai, and Suzhou provide us with further access to a network of resources and experience.

The Dulwich College educational philosophy places equal emphasis on intellectual and personal development. We focus on four core areas throughout the school: academic excellence; commitment to sport; engagement with the community; and the promotion of the arts, music, and drama.

The College has selective entry criteria and currently runs a programme based on an enhanced English National Curriculum up to Year 10 (age 16).

The College motto is “Detur Pons Mundo’ or “Building Bridges to the World”.

 

The premier schools music society of the Asia Pacific, ISCMS (International Schools Choral Music Society), will perform at the Forbidden City Concert Hall, Beijing on Saturday 22nd of February, following a four day festival of Music hosted at Dulwich College Beijing.
Dear Parents and Guardians, Last week's Piano Festival at the College was a great success and I would like to thank everyone who was involved in making it happen. The recitals by Bruce Brubaker and Young Kwon Choi were world class and we were privileged to be hearing them at our school.

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