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Dulwich College (Singapore)

Dulwich College (Singapore)

71 Bukit Batok West Avenue 8, Singapore, 658966

+65 6890 1003



Dulwich College (Singapore)
School type Coeducational Day
Status Private
Headmaster Mr. Nick Magnus
Language of Instruction English
Co-ed Age Range 2-18 years
Number of pupils 2,254
Day fees per annum S$29,200 - S$45,500
Average Class Size 20
Teacher/Pupil ratio 1:4-22
Authorised IB Programmes IBDP
Diploma Coordinator Mr. Alan Perkins
Associations IB

Dulwich College (Singapore) is an international school with a British independent school ethos and values, which draws upon 400 years of excellence and tradition from Dulwich College in London. Our traditions form part of our culture and are firmly embedded in all that we do. Every day we embody these traditions through our pastoral structures, such as our House system and the opportunities that we provide for our young people to confidently articulate their thoughts and develop leadership skills. Every student is supported by a form tutor and the College’s pastoral team. All students follow our wellbeing programme which is age appropriate and coordinated across year groups. Our counselling service is not just designed for students but for the whole College community. Alongside our traditions, our collaborations across the network of schools in Asia and Dulwich College in London stimulate innovation and encourage an international outlook, which we believe fully prepares students for their futures. The result is a community where academic ability is nourished, creativity is valued, diversity is celebrated, and inspiration is paramount.

Our three-year enriched (I)GCSE programme ensures students are fully prepared for the IB Diploma Programme in both their skills and knowledge. Students also participate in a global skills programme which ensures understanding of global issues, academic honesty and the ability to think critically, which are essential to the IB Diploma Programme.

Our Upper Senior School and IB Diploma Programme focuses on ensuring that students have numerous opportunities to be involved in leadership positions across the College, with an emphasis placed on serving the community. Our Head Boy and Head Girl lead the Student Council and are considered ambassadors for the College, making presentations in assemblies, welcoming visitors and, most importantly, leading the student voice in the College. We have academic and global responsibility prefects who drive the important goals of sustainability, service and wellbeing, alongside subject specialisms throughout the College. All students are involved in creativity, activity and service projects which focus on the leadership of community projects. Making a difference in local and wider communities ensures that students understand how they can make a difference in the world. Every single student at Dulwich College (Singapore) also has a unique and personalised pathway. Our teachers, pastoral leads and senior leadership team help to design and nurture these pathways with students when they join the College and are monitored throughout their personal enrichment profile.

What differentiates our IB Diploma Programme? We put our students first. Learning is at the centre of their journey. Students are encouraged and supported to understand how they are learning, focus on feedback to improve and reflect upon how to get better. We firmly believe that this leads to better outcomes and therefore better results for all students. Students become their own drivers of success, write their own reflective reports and will 'Graduate Worldwise' and ready for life’s challenges.

Our students go to some of the best universities and colleges in the world and we are proud of our individualised university counselling service and the network of schools that support this. Throughout their final year students are able to fully access this support to ensure that they apply to the universities that fit their needs and academic abilities.

What is the Dulwich College (Singapore) IB Diploma Programme Difference?

  • Embedded enrichment and leadership for all students
  • Passionate, highly experienced IB Diploma Programme teachers who put students first
  • Three-year (I)GCSE programme which ensures enriched activities and a focus on skills that enable students to be fully prepared for the IB Diploma Programme
  • Part of a network of schools that truly support students in terms of opportunities and shared knowledge
  • Holistic programme where the arts and sport are a valued and integral part of each student's education
  • Small cohort and class sizes that focus on student wellbeing
  • Academically rigorous but holistic at the centre
  • Personalised IB Diploma Programme application process
  • Individualised university application process supported by the Dulwich College International network
  • An IB Diploma Programme that focuses on feedback and metacognition, so students can independently plan and improve their own learning
  • State of the art facilities for IB Diploma students to collaborate, study independently and flourish, including a purpose built IB common room and quiet study areas
  • A personalised pathway for every single student.