Open House


Open House at Dulwich College Seoul

We invite you to join us for the Whole School Open House – your chance to experience our 'curriculum in action'! This morning will offer you the opportunity to view and join in with lessons in subjects across the curriculum from the Early Years to Year 13.

If you are not a current parent, please click here to book your visit through our admissions department. 

Timetables indicating the class, time and place of particular lessons will be provided so you will be able to plan your morning. We encourage you to take this opportunity to see a variety of lessons across your child's year group as well as lessons in specialist subjects and other year groups. This is particularly relevant if your child is moving into a new phase of the school next year, for example, Reception to Year 1, Year 2 to Year 3, Year 6 to Year 7, Year 9 to Year 10, and Year 11 to Year 12.

In an attempt to keep the day running as 'normally' as possible, all Primary and Senior school lessons will run as scheduled, including morning breaks, so please be aware that students will be moving from class to class between lessons. During these breaks, refreshments will be available in the Lower Atrium and outside the Auditorium.

Student performances from the Super Singers, Junior Strings and Senior Rock Bands will be taking place during the breaks. At 8.15am there is a pre-scheduled Primary Parent Workshop on the 'Benefits of Adventure for Modern Pre-teens and Younger Children' – please note this is an active workshop requiring pre-registration (though on the day the workshop can be observed). At 11.30am, there will be a Dulwich Talk for all parents in the Auditorium outlining our outdoor and residential learning programme from Year 2 to Year 12.

Please note - a detailed schedule will be available on arrival in the Foyer. Students will be on hand throughout the morning to help guide parents around the building.

Finally, a little reminder about the ethos of the day itself. It is for you to enjoy and learn, so please engage with the lessons wherever appropriate and be considerate of the teachers and teaching staff. It is not a time to speak to your child's teacher about their learning or progress. If you do come with younger siblings, please ensure they do not disturb the classes. Please do not film students, teachers or any part of a lesson and ensure phones are switched to silent. Many thanks for your understanding in this matter.

We very much look forward to you joining us on Tuesday 19 March in the morning.

Kind regards,

Mr Graeme Salt