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W R Martin-Leake, the rugby playing Headmaster

A Rugby blue, a Harlequin, a England XV and a Barbarians founder, W R Martin-Leake was a More...

The Zeebrugge raid of 1918

The Zeebrugge raid was a daring but near-suicidal attempt to block the canal entrance at t More...

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1949 Sea Scouts parading on Sports Day

Manners are the making of man but sometimes the undoing of small boys

Desmond Fosbery remembers feeding boarders with sandwiches made by his mother in the late 1940s More...

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Oliver Bailiey and Henry
Harvest for Heroes

Inspired by hospital staff leaving after work 12 hour shifts to be faced with empty shelve More...

Anthony Friend
Promoting live music during the pandemic

What do you do when live music concerts are cancelled? Create a Bandstand Chamber Festival More...

Memories of life at Dulwich Prep

1949 Sea Scouts parading on Sports Day
Manners are the making of man but sometimes the undoing of small boys

Desmond Fosbery remembers feeding boarders with sandwiches made by his mother in the late More...

From the Archives

W R Martin-Leake, the rugby playing Headmaster

A Rugby blue, a Harlequin, a England XV and a Barbarians founder, W R Martin-Leake was a sporting legend. More...

The Zeebrugge raid of 1918

The Zeebrugge raid was a daring but near-suicidal attempt to block the canal entrance at the German-held port of Zeebrugge, to stop German U-Boats ent… More...

Helping out during WW2

Whilst evacuated to Wales during the war the Prep boys played an active part in the national war effort More...

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Obituaries

Vice-Admiral Sir James Jungius KBE DL

Vice-Admiral Sir James Jungius, who has died aged 96, took part in a daring raid behind enemy lines and later became Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic. More...

Sport

W R Martin-Leake, the rugby playing Headmaster

A Rugby blue, a Harlequin, a England XV and a Barbarians founder, W R Martin-Leake was a sporting legend. More...

Daniel Bell-Drummond
Daniel Bell-Drummond down under

The next time Daniel Bell-Drummond is at the crease as Kent's opening batsman, you may hear him shout to his partner; viens un (come one), attendre (w… More...

Media and entertainment

Adam Kay
Adam Kay - medic turned comedian

Adam Kay is former medic who has become a British comedy writer, author, comedian. He left DCPS in 1993 for Dulwich College More...

Young entrepreneurs

Anna and Will Brightman
No such thing as too much coffee

Seeing spent coffee grounds used for skin care in the Far East the Brightman siblings were inspired to experiment back home. More...

Arthur Kay
Making use of spent coffee grounds

Ever wondered how spent coffee grounds can have a second life? More...

Dan Watson
MIT under 35 Entrepreneur

A man with lots of ideas! Every year, fishermen return over 7 million tons of unmarketable fish, dead, to the sea. Dan Watson devised a solution! More...

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