Remote Learning

We recognise that, for many of us, learning at home can be challenging. It would not be our first choice for how we would wish to deliver our curriculum, or how pupils would wish to enjoy learning.

In March 2020, with the growing realisation that remote learning was going to become a necessary part of our teacher toolbox, a platform providing a map of resources, IT support, news stories and a sense of community was essential. DPL@Home was launched.

Pupils at home can expect a healthy proportion of live teaching, providing essential opportunities to interact with their form teacher, subject teachers, and friends while maintaining a balance off-screen time as well. 

We are proud of the way that, through the extraordinary efforts of our pupils, staff, and parents, Dulwich Prep London has continued to deliver a first-class education remotely in periods of school closure and when groups have been asked to remain at home.

Through working with our parents and staff, and by listening to the needs of our community, we have ensured that the curriculum and timetables are adapted for home learning, with the full range of academic subjects interspersed with well-being and physical activities.

Current parents can access more details and the latest information on remote learning via the iSAMS Parent Portal.

Click here to log in to the iSAMS Parent Portal

“We would like to thank you and all the staff at the Prep who have done such a fantastic work in the what seemed surreal circumstances.  We have been impressed with the ‘learning from home’ system that had been designed within such a short period of time and has been very efficient in both providing teaching content and receiving feedback.

It seems boys received almost one-to-one tuition from their teachers. The pastoral care was amazing, with all the videos, quizzes, meetings, personal messages, fun stuff, etc. The Form Tutor and Head of Year were always available along with all the other teachers. DPL@home has been brilliant with all the detailed and invaluable guides and information.”

A Year 7 Parent