It is celebrations all round at DCSZ as the International Baccalaureate students celebrated an average points score of 36.5, with 41% of them achieving a Bilingual Diploma. An impressive 22% of students achieved 40+ points and 40% gained 38+ points. Excellent results across Dulwich College Beijing, Dulwich College Shanghai and Dulwich College Suzhou put the Dulwich group amongst the top performing IB schools in the world.

Amongst a host of individual successes, Gimin attained 44 points and is going on to read Engineering Science at the National University of Singapore and Ella scored 43 points, going on to read History at the London School of Economics. Other notable successes are Alice who scored 42 points, will be reading Business Management at Seoul National University, Lewis who scored 42 points, going on to complete his Singaporean National Service, Tiffany who scored 42 points, will read Psychology at University College London and Aeron who scored 40 points, is going onto read International Business Management at Hong Kong University.

Other International Old Alleynians – the vast majority of whom have won places at their first-choice university – are moving on to study degrees ranging from Fashion at the UK’s top ranked program to Commercial Airline Aviation at the top ranked program in the world. From Liberal Arts in Japan to Veterinary Medicine in Hungary, our IOAs are gaining entry to the best degrees in the world for their personal interests and needs.

"We are again left feeling immensely proud of what our students have achieved in their external examinations.  This year’s results are a tremendous tribute to the hard work of the students and their teachers. The same students have taken part in a huge range of competitive sports, dramatic productions, musical events and ensembles, community service and too many other activities to list, and yet they still make the time to excel in their academic pursuits. They never fail to amaze and impress me."

Mr Stuart Bridge, Acting Head of College

Top University Destinations for our Graduates

The class of 2017 has made great achievements in obtaining offers at high education centers across the world. These include universities from the G5 and Russell group, such as UCL (University College London), LSE (London School of Economics) and the University of Edinburgh. Students have also gained places outside of the UK at the University of Amsterdam, Hong Kong University, University of Toronto, just to name a few. Just one example of our students success is demonstrated by Will, who has been accepted into the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Cinematography) New York Film Academy in Los Angeles.

The New York Film Academy in Los Angeles is one of the most reputable and top-ranked schools for Cinematography, as the campus films at Paramount and Universal Studios and has direct links to industry experts. The academy provides its students with exceptional hands-on and practical opportunities. Moreover, unlike other cinematography schools, students gain experience in all facets of filmmaking while honing their abilities as cinematographers to prepare them to find employment upon graduating. 

As mentioned by the academy, “Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Bruce Springsteen, Al Pacino, Robert Downey Jr., Jamie Foxx, and Jodie Foster are among the many figures in the film industry who have sent their family members to study at the New York Film Academy.” Many achievements by the alumnus of the Academy include participation in recent box office hits such as Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and the renowned TV show The Walking Dead.

Will is just one of the many graduates who have performed exceptionally in obtaining places at top-ranked universities. The College congratulates all graduates from the Class of 2017 for their high achievements and looks forward to hearing about their further successes as they go on to Universities around the world!

Liverpool FC World Visit: DEQ Suzhou Training Session

Last weekend, Dulwich College Shanghai and Dulwich Earthquakes football academy had the pleasure of hosting Liverpool Football Club as part of their ‘LFC World’ visit to Shanghai.

This involved our Under 10 Boys Earthquakes teams enjoying a unique training session experience with Liverpool FC academy coaches on Saturday afternoon. The boys thoroughly enjoyed the occasion and will remember it for a long time to come.

Mr Lally even had the opportunity to play against some of his boyhood heroes, as a team involving Mr Lally and Mr Roberts took on former Liverpool Legends in an exhibition football match on Friday evening.

An all round excellent weekend for Dulwich Earthquakes! 

For more information on our Dulwich Earthquakes football programme please contact


Founder’s Day

This year we are celebrating our ever-popular Founder’s Day on Saturday 13 May and as always the event will go ahead whatever the weather. If the sun shines then, as well as all of the booths, activities and vendors inside the Senior School, we will also have activities on the rugby field.

The festivities start at 12pm with a brilliant Teacher Taiko performance in the Country Booth area in the gym. Then the fun begins. 

We have more than 20 countries being represented offering food and traditional items from their homeland, over 20 vendors selling their products and lots of fun games and activities organized by our Senior School students for the whole family, including the very popular Tombola and Bouncy Castles.

During the day there will be performances taking place in our theatre with dance routines, musicians and vocal acts all performed by students or parents for our entertainment. Please remember there is no food or drink allowed in the theatre.

The day ends at 4pm, hopefully with very tired children and happy parents. A day of eating, shopping and playing games what more could you ask for.

Remember to pick up a programme at the ticket booth as you enter the school, there’s a useful map inside. All of the Country Booths and many of the activities only take coupons on the day, rather than cash. The coupons are already on sale at school every lunch time in the Senior School and Junior School coffee shops. They are available on the day too but if you can buy them in advance you will avoid the queues! Coupons are 5RMB each and available in sets of 10.

Click here to see the map for parking and the flow of traffic. Visitor parking is on Dong Chang Road or on the grounds of Suzhou High School.

We have arranged for some school buses to be in service on the day to help you get to and from the event. This is on a first come, first served basis.



Pick up time


Bus type


Bus route






Horizon 2  11:30 ‐ Singa Plaza 11:35 – Golden Lough11:45 - DCSZ 12:00

天域 2 期  11:30 –馨都广场11:35 – 金水湾 11:45 – 学校 12:00





Lakeview 11:30 ‐ Bayside Garden 11:37 - DCSZ  12:00

 湖畔花园 11:30 -- 玲珑湾 11:37 -- 学校 12:00





DCSZ 16:00  -  Golden Lough 16:10 – Singa Plaza 16:25 -Horizon 2   16:30

 学校 16:00 – 金水湾16:10 – 馨都广场16:25 -- 天域2 期 16:30





DCSZ 16:00 – Bayside Garden 16:25 - Lakeview 16:30

 学校16:00 – 玲珑湾 16:25 – 湖畔花园16:30





DCSZ 17:00 ‐ Horizon 2 17:30

 学校17:00 -- 天域2 期 17:30





DCSZ 17:00 – Bayside Garden 17:25

学校17:00 – 玲珑湾 17:25


Remember this is an open event so please feel free to invite your friends. We look forward to seeing you there.

For more information contact:



The whole school has enjoyed a range of engaging activities and events based on finding out more about sustainability to celebrate Earth Day.

Our Senior School students were proud to announce their partnership with Green Initiatives, an environmentally-oriented NGO based in Shanghai, to support their RE:FORM project. The RE:FORM project collects unwanted textiles, stocks them for further sorting to be either up-cycled, down-cycled, or donated to charities. A collection box has already been set up in the Senior School foyer area. All students, staff and everyone in the DCSZ community are invited to pack up any unwanted clothing, bedding, socks and footwear at home and put them into the collection box, to reduce our environmental footprint and drive change towards conscious fashion. 

The launch ceremony for the RE:FORM project took place at the start of the Earth Day opening ceremony, with a keynote presentation made by representatives from Green Initiatives, who also hosted workshops on food safety and recycling for our Key Stage 3 students. Our students demonstrated their keen interest in the projects of Green Initiatives through their active participation in the keynote presentation and the workshops. Our SS Eco Council students also had the opportunity to meet with the Green Initiatives representatives at lunch to learn more about the works of Green Initiatives and introduce them to our own ongoing projects. They received valuable suggestions on how to best use social media platforms to promote their ongoing sustainability projects and campaigns. They were immensely inspired by Green Initiatives and now plan to organise a clothes-swap event soon this term. 

Other activities during Earth Day included a debate, planting, tie-dying, arts and crafts, Green Oscars (student environmental film making) urban design and making an eco house. Chartwells also very kindly provided support in organising cooking workshops for the students using vegetarian and environmentally-friendly recipes. More excitingly, all the recipes and dishes tested and loved by the students were served at lunch for the whole Senior School. 

Another new project just launched is the recycled fashion design competition, REVIVAL Wearable Arts Fashion Awards. There are now more than 20 students from across different year groups participating as designers to create a full line of garments using recycled and repurposed materials. CCA time on Wednesday afternoons are now dedicated for the students to work on their creations, and last week the students participated in a professional design workshop through Skype supported by professors from SCAD university at Hong Kong. 


  • 90%
    Of our students attend their first choice university
  • 36.5
    IB average points 
  • 70%
    iGCSE examinations graded A*/A
  • 4
    Top in China Outstanding Cambridge Learner awards in 2016


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Our Definition of Learning

Good learning is a meaningful experience where students enjoy making connections between new and existing knowledge, skills and understanding. Students are engaged, challenged and are able to reflect independently and collaboratively on their progress.

An Exciting Learning Space

With our extensive facilities each student has the opportunity to excel. Leading the way in Suzhou, we have made significant investments to ensure we provide a safe and secure environment, where our children benefit from second to none learning facilities.

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