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Academic Framework

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DUCKS (ages 2 to 7)

DUCKS includes Toddler to Year 2 (ages 2 to 7) and is an established centre of Early Years learning where children are encouraged to reach their potential.
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Junior School (ages 7 to 11)

Junior School goes from Years 3 to 6 (ages 7 to 11). We provide a balanced academic challenge that enables students to realise their unique potential in a supportive environment.
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Senior School (ages 11 to 18)

Senior School includes Year 7 to Year 13 (ages 11 to 18). From Year 9 our students follow the IGCSE syllabus followed by the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.
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DUCKS Christmas cake making

Mike Gatting Visits Dulwich College (Singapore)

Events & Calendar

  • 16-18
    Nov
    Dulwich Festival of Music
  • 05-09
    Mar
    Royal Shakespeare Company Residency
  • 05-06
    Mar
    University of Auckland Dance Troop
Open Morning
Places
We offer a rigorous and supportive academic programme. Our College is academically selective, socially inclusive with English as the primary language. We encourage parents to visit our campus to learn more about the College. Join us on one of our Open Days or contact a member of our admissions team.
Mandarin
Mandarin is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world. At Dulwich College (Singapore), Mandarin is taught as a native language, second language and foreign language to ensure that your children attain the best possible learning outcomes.
Enrichment
Enrichment describes our 'enhanced curriculum'; the provision of opportunities for students to explore new interests and broaden their range of experiences. Dedicated Enrichment Days give students the chance to explore a range of inter-disciplinary global themes. 
Community
Service
We want our students to go on to make a meaningful difference to the lives of others. We hope that their experience of Community Service gives them the tools and outlook to achieve this. It is the aim of the College that every student participates in at least one service project each academic year.