Opinion Pieces by Headmaster Graeme Salt
Standing up to bullying (The Korea Times)
How schools can best manage the problem of bullying.
Choosing the right university (The Korea Times)
The most important things to consider when choosing which universities to apply for.
Developing wellbeing and leadership through sport (The Korea Times)
How sport positively impacts almost all aspects of student wellbeing.
East meets West in music education (The Korea Times)
Why both approaches to learning are essential for development.
News Articles about Dulwich College Seoul
Dulwich College Seoul wins UK Award (The Korea Times)
Dulwich College Seoul (DCSL) won the Teaching Initiative of the Year award at the British International School Awards (BISAs) 2018
Breadth of British Education available in Center of South Korea's Capital (Business Korea)
An overview of Dulwich College Seoul, origin, history and current status.
Dulwich College Seoul holds 'Dulwich Talk' on Mental Health (Business Korea)
Special guest Dick Moore talked to our students and staff about mental health first aid.
Korean news article about the above visit by Dick Moore.
Dulwich welcomes Kim Tae-woo (The Korea Times)
K-pop star Kim Tae-woo performed at the 2018 Dulwich Gala.
Dulwich College Seoul Gala 2018 (Business Korea)
Kim Tae Woo, former lead vocalist of popular band g.o.d., performs at the Dulwich College Seoul Gala 2018 at the Millennium Hilton in Seoul
Soccer Clinic for Students at Dulwich College Seoul (Business Korea)
Liverpool FC legend Patrik Berger shows how it's done at a soccer clinic for students at Dulwich College Seoul
Dulwich College Junior and Chamber Choirs Carol at BCCK Lunch (Business Korea)
The Junior and Chamber Choirs from Dulwich College Seoul sing carols at the British Chamber of Commerce Korea’s Christmas Lunch at the Four Seasons Hotel in Gwanghwamun
Dulwich College Seoul (DCS), celebrated becoming a full school with its first graduates taking up university offers earlier this year.
Artist’s visit helps pupils dive into drawing (The Korea Herald)
A Children’s illustrator Korky Paul visits Dulwich College Seoul.