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College Development

The second phase of the construction and development of Dulwich College (Singapore) adds over 28,000 square metres of floor area to our campus. The development will include a 700-seat performing arts centre, sports facility and our dedicated Senior School building, with classrooms and science laboratories, art and technology areas, a library and dinning hall. These additions to our facilities are due to in August 2016 and will significantly improve our provision for our Senior School students and the whole College. The development have been carefully considered and designed to provide the best possible opportunities for teaching and learning. We are delighted with the plans and are very much looking forward to opening the facilities up to our students, staff and parents.

Group IB Results

We congratulate our students from the other Dulwich College International schools who have just received their IB Diploma Programme results. All Year 13 students from our Colleges in Shanghai, Beijing and Suzhou completed their IB Diploma in May and achieved outstanding results.

68,450 students worldwide sat the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme and set the global average score at 29.8 out of 45. The Dulwich College International average score this year was 37.1 out of 45.

160 students worldwide achieved perfect scores of 45 and 4 of these students are from Dulwich College Beijing. Where 1 in 428 IB Diploma students achieved a perfect score this year, 1 in 40 DCI students did.

29% of Dulwich College International students who took the IBDP were awarded 40 points or more and 93.2% of our students who studied Mandarin gained 6 or 7 points in the subject.

The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme is recognised worldwide as among the most rigorous courses of study. Such exceptional results reflect the hard work of our students and the dedication of our teachers and staff. This year, our graduates have secured places in the world's top universities, including the University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, University College London, Imperial College London, King's College London, Cornell University, Brown University and University of California, Berkeley. We wish all our graduates great success at their chosen universities and beyond.

Brian McDouall the Director of Schools for Dulwich College International said:

"Once again the DCI average has risen significantly – a superb effort by students and staff. Many congratulations to all."

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.

Dulwich College International schools have developed a strong Mandarin programme. At Dulwich College (Singapore) Mandarin is taught as a native language, second language and foreign language. Our progressive learning model includes a Dual Language approach in DUCKS, our Early Years, and into the Junior School. Throughout the College, Mandarin is taught daily and is streamed according to ability, from native speaker to absolute beginner. Student learning goes beyond speaking, listening, reading and writing to involve workshops and activities that immerse students in the richness of the Chinese culture.

In addition to our Mandarin programme, Senior School student can choose to learn French or Spanish. Budding linguists can continue to study their chosen languages as part of their IGCSE.

Our students come from a wide range of linguistic and cultural backgrounds, with over 50 different nationalities represented in our diverse student body. We are able to support a percentage of students who are non-native English speakers. Students who require additional English language teaching to access the curriculum are provided with English as an Additional Language (EAL) support. Working closely with the class and subject teachers, our language specialists help students develop the skills necessary to complete their school work in English and benefit fully from all the College has to offer.

Visit us to learn more about our Senior School.

Dulwich College (Singapore) opened in August 2014 and is recognised as a leading international school in the city. We offer a rigorous and supportive academic programme. Our College is academically selective and socially inclusive. We currently offer Year 7 to Year 9 and will expand to Year 10 for August 2016.

We encourage you to visit our campus to learn more about the College and the new senior school facilities opening in August 2016.

Please come along to one of our Open Evening’s to meet the Headmaster, Head of Senior School & key Senior School staff members. The Open Evenings will begin at 6pm and the session will last approximately one and a half hours.

Our Senior School Open Evenings are taking place on:

8th December 6pm

21st January 6pm

Click here to reserve a place.



Dulwich College (Singapore) dominate the Junior School ACSIS Cross Country Championship.
Congratulations to all our 48 Junior School students (Year 3 – Year 6) who dominated the ACSIS Cross Country championship on Wednesday 11th November. This is an outstanding achievement in just our second year in Singapore. We are proud to see the strength we have in running across all the year groups resulting in so many students picking up medals in the team event. Nearly 600 students from 15 International Schools participated in the event.

Individual winners

Veehan Dash 9 & Under boy.
Clarissa Bygrave-Boey 9 & Under girl
Alex Darby 8 & Under boy.

Lucy Warburton 11 & Under girl.

Elsie English 9 & Under girl.

Team results

U9 Girls 1st
U8 Boys 2nd
U8 Girls 3rd
U9 Boys 3rd
U10 Girls 3rd
U11 Boys 3rd
U11 Girls 3rd
U10 Boys 4th

Overall results

Boys 2nd
Girls 3rd




  • 100%
    Early Years students access our Mandarin/English Dual Language programme
  • 500+
    Students are currently learning a musical instrument
  • 40+
    Different nationalities are represented in our diverse student body
  • 100+
    Competitive matches played by our sports teams last year
  • 71 Bukit Batok West Avenue 8
  • Singapore, 658966
  • CPE Registration Number: 201027137D
  • Period of Registration: 09 January to 08 January 2016

Definition of Learning

Good learning is a meaningful experience where students enjoy making connections between new and existing knowledge, skills and understanding. Students are engaged, challenged and are able to reflect independently and collaboratively on their progress.


Our heritage

Dulwich College (Singapore) draws upon 400 years of experience in education. Our Founder school, Dulwich College London, provides expertise, resources and a rigorous set of academic standards to which we must adhere.

Our Approach to Learning

Our students experience the very best of a British Independent School education, which is holistic, academically challenging and adapted to meet the individual needs of our international family.

Dual Language learning for the 21st century

We recognize the importance of competencey and fluency in a second language. To this end, we are committed to a Dual Language Approach in our Kindergarten DUCKS where children are taught in both English and Chinese. Students in DUCKS and Junior School receive daily Chinese classes which are streamed according to their ability.

One College many Campuses - Join Us

Information relating to the Dulwich Admissions experience can be found here. Would you like your child to follow in the footsteps of so many eminent Old Alleynians? (as past students of Dulwich college are known)

Seeking fellow professionals

Innovative, committed, child centred professionals are required to drive our school forward to make it one of the very best in South East Asia and beyond. Do you have what it takes to join the Dulwich family and shape the future?


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