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China’s Vice Premier, Ms. Liu Yandong and Mayor of Shanghai Mr. Yang Xiong were very impressed by Dulwich College Shanghai’s Drum and Mei Lan Fang Choir performances at the 4th Meeting of the China-UK High-Level People-to-People Dialogue Banquet on Tuesday, 6th December 2016. British Secretary of State for Health, Mr. Jeremy Hunt gave a speech at the conference. The dialogue is a key pillar in the UK-China relationship: it provides a forum to celebrate ties between the two countries, and a platform from which to drive greater co-operation. 

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Dulwich College Shanghai Chinese Drum Performance


Dulwich College Shanghai Choir


Vice Premier Liu Yan Dong with Dulwich College Shanghai students

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Joline Year 11

Aaron Year 8

Chien Year 13


Celine Year 13

Mayu Year 13

Gigi Year 13
Britney Year 12

Leon Year 12

Riko Year 11

Interview with Clarisse

How long have you studied at DCS? 
I have studied at DCS for two years - my IB years. 

What have you enjoyed about studying at DCS? 
Studying at DCS has been an amazing experience. My teachers were passionate and supportive, sparking my interest in not only the courses' content, but also on wider issues and ideas. What I also loved was the atmosphere in school: serious and hard-working in the classroom, and fun and relaxed in the IB common room. This balance made studying at DCS truly enjoyable. Moreover, I loved being able to interact and work with peers and teachers from all over the world, as every individual's unique background and experiences contributed to the creation of very insightful discussions and debates.  

Another great memory was our Graduation. The singing with the DUCKS children as well as the clapping and cheering from Junior and Senior students while we toured the school brought our school community together and illustrated DCS's collective spirit. 

What are your fondest memories? 
Something I will always remember was an experiment we carried out in Biology class, were we used micropropagation to clone cauliflower. Being able to use my knowledge of cell division and plants in this real life investigation was exciting and extremely interesting.

What subjects did you study at IB? 
I studied Higher Level Geography, Biology and Economics, and Standard Level Mathematics, Mandarin ab Initio, and English Language and Literature.

Which university do you plan to attend this year?  
I will be attending the University of Oxford.

What is your chosen degree? 
My chosen degree is Geography. 

What are your plans after university?  
After university, I would like to work in an organization that tackles the environmental and social challenges the world is facing today.


Interview with Jerry

How long have you studied at DCS?
7 years, from year 7

What have you enjoyed about studying at DCS?
The teachers are incredibly friendly, so it’s easy to build more personal relationships with them. I think these are what made my time in the classroom so enjoyable as they created a more jovial atmosphere, which really bolstered my will and ability to learn.

What are your fondest memories? 
Undertaking the gruelling (yet extremely rewarding) adventurous journeys of the International Award with my friends, and training for and winning countless games and championships with the D1 rugby team.

What subjects did you study at IB?  
Higher Level - Economics, Biology, Chemistry
Standard Level - Mandarin B, Mathematics, English Language/Literature

Which university do you plan to attend this year?  
Monash University

What is your chosen degree? 
Medicine

What are your plans after university?  
To undertake and complete my residency to become a doctor.

 

Dulwich Talks is the Senior School's keynote academic event of the year. It comprises a symposium in which all students from Years 10 to 13 are engaged in stimulating multi-disciplinary talks, seminars and panel discussions around a common theme, Resilience. Speakers are chosen so that the talks incorporate a wide range of academic fields, whilst seminars push students to explore challenging new concepts that are not necessarily part of the everyday curricula.

 

Dulwich Talks 2016

The first Dulwich Talks event took place at the College. Students from Years 10-13 engaged in presentations on topics as varied as resilience in city planning, elite sport and the One Child Policy. Ann Daniels, from the UK, spoke about her experiences being the only woman to have walked to both the North and South Poles. Her stories were quite enthralling.

Students also participated in seminars and workshops, spanning a wide range of disciplines but all relating to the common theme of Resilience. Groups engaged in gathering clues and solving puzzles to break out of a locked room; considering a literary perspective on the short-lived nation of Biafra; discussing the financial crisis with a top Wall Street economist and looking at similarities and differences in the resilience shown by birds and humans. With 25 seminars for students to choose from there was certainly something for everyone!

 

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Feedback from students:

"I thought the way Xinran Xue spoke of all of the events she has encountered in life was absolutely gripping, truly fascinating."

“I’ve learned that I need to find internal motivators, to look not at what aspects of the situation cannot be controlled but at what can, and that the only thing that you can always be control of is your mindset. Success is not always about getting to the final destination yourself - it can also be about how you've helped others get there.”

"I came to understand that everyone will always have their own perspective on different topics and that for many things there isn't one specific answer.”

"I took away the fact that even if we think we're so small we can't make a difference, we are wrong, and that if we really believe in something, we can work hard enough to really make a difference.”

"I loved the Lessons of planning, improvisation and paying attention to the small things”

"I came away thinking that challenge is what makes life exciting”

  • 38.3
    DCS average IB score V World average of 30
  • IGCSE Results
    2 Top in China, History & Chinese as a second language
  • Eco School
    Bronze Award
  • ABRSM
    Examination Centre
  • DCS MAIN CAMPUS
  • 266 Lan An Rd, Jin Qiao, Pudong, 201206

  • 主校区
  • 上海市浦东金桥蓝桉路266号 201206
  • DUCKS CAMPUS
  • 425 Lan An Rd, Jin Qiao, Pudong, 201206

  • 幼儿园校区
  • 上海市浦东金桥蓝桉路425号 201206

Our Heritage

Dulwich College is one of the UK's oldest independent schools, founded in South London as a boys’ school in 1619.

Our Facilities

The College campus is an expression of our learning philosophy. We offer an educational environment designed to nurture the intellectual, physical, social, and emotional development of our students.

Our Approach to Learning

Our approach to learning nurtures confidence and intellectual curiosity in our students, preparing them for success in further education and life beyond.

Language Learning in the College

Language learning is an important part of our learning philosophy at Dulwich. We believe that learning a language is essential to understanding the world and to appreciate the subtleties of cultural differences.

Join the Dulwich Family

Dulwich College Shanghai opened in 2003 and is recognised as a leading international school in the city. We encourage students and parents to visit our campus to learn more about the College.

Friends of Dulwich

Friends of Dulwich is an integral and supportive part of our community. All parents are members of the Friends of Dulwich and many parents choose to become active in the organisation. 

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