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Category: Early Years News

A Letter from the Head Boy

4th December 2020

Happy 2021! Dear Parents and friends of the Prep, We can’t do our normal Christmas concerts this year but that doesn’t mean we can’t be festive. With the help of teachers across the school, and with some technical support, we’ve put together an advent calendar here – click on Santa over there on the right…

Jacob, our Autumn Term Head Boy

16th November 2020

Starting at Dulwich Prep London in 2011, Jacob is remembered as “always arriving at school with a lovely smile and ready to learn” by Mrs Barrick, his Nursery teacher. Mr Topham, Head of Upper School, says “Jacob is kind and thoughtful and his independence of mind, creativity and playfulness shine through in this video. He…

Dulwich Prep London Remembrance Service 2020

13th November 2020

“When you go Home, tell them of us and say,  For your Tomorrow, we gave our Today” John Maxwell Edmunds, 1916   At 11am on 11th November 2020, our school joined together for a two minute silence to honour and remember all those who have sacrificed their lives in combat. The service began with autumn…

Embracing Change in Sport

11th November 2020

  It’s a new normal for sport at Dulwich Prep London. Coming back in September, we knew that our teaching style would be impacted by the new social distancing measures. Often we find that anything new or different can be seen either as a threat to the status quo or as an opportunity. The DPL…

World Book Day

12th March 2020

In Nursery, the children had a wonderfully exciting day, where they heard some engaging stories and classical tales being read aloud, such as Chicken Licken and The Big Bad Wolf. The children had a fantastic time playing together in their new roles. They also shared their own books, and acted out some well-known characters, in…

Maths Day at Early Years

11th March 2020

Maths Day took place in Early Years on Friday 6th March.  The children arrived dressed in lots of different outfits with a maths theme; there were hats and bands with numbers or shapes and one boy had been transformed into a dice. We started with an assembly to introduce the theme of the day, Maths…