By Dulwich Pudong team
Warm Welcome from Our Admissions Team
We are excited that you have chosen to learn more about Dulwich Pudong as a possible destination for your child or children or for yourself (if you are a student). We are pleased to announce our Open Day schedule for the autumn. Open Days give prospective families an unparalleled opportunity to experience Dulwich Pudong facilities and faculty first-hand.
Senior School Open Evening
Year 7-13 (ages 11 to 18)
Senior School Open Day is open to families with child(ren) applying for Years 7-13. We will be hosting only one in-person Senior School Open Day this autumn, which will be on Thursday, October 21.
Senior School Open Day will feature a presentation from Ms. Alison Derbyshire, Head of Senior School, as well as an opportunity to meet with the Senior School Leadership Team and take a tour of the campus. Students are also invited to attend. They will meet with current students to find out more about life at Dulwich.
If you would like to learn more about our Senior School programme and are interested in joining the Open Day session, please scan the QR code below to register. The Senior School Open Day event will take place on our main campus. Spaces are limited.
Early Years Open Day
Toddler, Nursery and Reception (ages 2-4)
Early Years Open Days are open to families with child(ren) applying for Toddler, Nursery and Reception in DUCKS.
We will be hosting Early Years Open Day sessions in October and November. If you would like to learn more about our Early Years programme and are interested in joining the Open Day session, please scan the QR code below to register. The Early Years Open Day event will take place on our DUCKS campus. Spaces are limited.
Years 1 – 13
Individual Admissions Meetings and Campus Tours
We can also accommodate individual requests for admissions meetings and campus tours depending on prevailing COVID regulations. If you would like to register your interest for an admissions meeting, please scan the QR code and fill out the form.
About Dulwich Pudong
Dulwich Pudong is one of the leading international schools in Asia, serving over 1,600 expatriate English-speaking students across three schools – DUCKS (Early Years and Years 1&2), Junior School (Years 3-6), and Senior School (Years 7-13).
Up to Year 9 our students follow the English National Curriculum tailored to our international context. DUCKS Early Years students follow the UK Early Years Foundation Stage framework with a Dual Language approach.
In Years 10 and 11 (Grades 9 and 10) students follow the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) curriculum and in Years 12 and 13 (Grades 11 and 12) our students enter the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme.
(From 1st to 3rd picture: Senior School students, Junior School students and DUCKS students)
Dulwich Pudong students enjoy the benefits of a holistic education. Students take advantage of a rich co-curricular programme that builds team and leadership skills. Across the College, there are dance, drama, creative arts, music, sports, robotics, academic societies, language and service groups.
Service is a hallmark of Dulwich Pudong, with students actively involved in the local area as well as globally and there are numerous opportunities for student leadership. Student wellbeing is a prime focus for our College and is included in the curriculum in Senior School.
Our academic outcomes speak for themselves. In 2021 our students averaged 39 (out of 45) on the IB against a global average of 33, three of our students scored perfect 45, while three others scored 44. Our students performed equally well on the I/GCSE exams with 94% of grades from A* to B and 85% from A* to A.
Our university acceptances track record indicates that Dulwich Pudong students continue to be very attractive to the best universities in the US, the UK, China and the world. Our alumni network is growing in number and strength. You can find Dulwich alumni all over the world making a difference in their respective fields.
Please watch the brief school introduction video from the Head of College Ms Caroline Taylor at the bottom of this article.