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Academic Framework

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DUCKS (ages 3 to 7)

DUCKS includes Nursery to Year 2 (ages 3 to 7) and provides and purposeful introduction to learning. Children learn communication, listening, problem solving and perseverance.
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Junior School (ages 7 to 11)

Junior School spans Year 3 to Year 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 11-18). In Year 10 to Year 13 our students follow the IGCSE syllabus and the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP).
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Teaching Award
Best Initiative
We are delighted to announce that Mr Neil Gorton (Y2) and Mr Chris Bonnet (Y3) have collected the British International Schools Award for Teaching Initiative of the Year on behalf of Dulwich College Seoul.
University
Offers 2018
We take great pride in our students’ academic achievements. Carrying on from the tradition of academic excellence at Dulwich College, all the Dulwich College International schools report academic results that position them as some of the best performing schools locally, and internationally
University 2017
Destinations
Congratulations to the Graduating Year of 2017 who have been accepted into top universities around the world, including the University of Oxford, the University of Toronto, Smith College, University of Hong Kong, University College London, King's College London and many more.
Language
Learning
Mandarin is streamed by native language, second language and foreign language. Teaching goes beyond speaking, listening, reading and writing to involve activities that immerse students in the richness of a culture. Senior School students can also choose to learn French, Spanish and Korean.