Dulwich College Singapore

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Dulwich College Singapore
71 Bukit Batok West Ave 8, Singapore, 658966

Coordinates1°20′43″N 103°44′32″E / 1.345299°N 103.74211°E / 1.345299; 103.74211
School typeIndependent, Day School
FounderEdward Alleyn
Teaching staff300
Years offeredToddlers, Nursery, Reception, Year 1 - Year 13
Nursery years taughtToddlers, Nursery, Reception
Primary years taughtYear 1 - Year 8
Secondary years taughtYear 9 - Year 13
Age2 to 18
Enrollment2,250 (2019)
HousesEarhart, Lee, Mandela and Shackleton
TuitionSGD 26,000 - 37,000 (USD 18911 - 26913) (2015)[1]
AffiliationFOBISIA, IB World Schools
Chief Executive OfficerFraser White

Dulwich College Singapore is an international school located in Singapore, which opened in 2014. As a branch of Dulwich College, it offers an academic programme for students aged 2 to 18 and is separated into three schools: DUCKS, Junior School and Senior School.[2]


Students from ages 2 to 7 are immersed in a dual-language environment, where classes are conducted in both English and Chinese. Daily Chinese classes are conducted for students from years 3 to 6 (aged 7 to 10).[1]

Key facilities[edit]

On August 2018, a performing arts centre at the college was completed, which includes a 742-seat theatre and a pipe organ which is second largest in Singapore[3], two black box theatres and suites of music and art rooms.

Sports facilities at the college include three swimming pools, a multi-purpose pitch, two gymnasiums, a dance studio, a fitness centre, tennis courts and cricket nets.[4]

Additionally, there is dedicated IB centre including quiet study areas and a large common room with a kitchen area, three libraries, three dining rooms, a bike track and sustainable garden throughout the grounds.

With the Junior School Music Programme, students are initially taught a string instrument, then later offered an opportunity to change to wind or bass instrument.[5]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c Davie, Sandra (3 December 2015). "Mandarin immersion boosts intake at Dulwich College". The Straits Times. Retrieved 13 March 2019.
  2. ^ "Dulwich College Opens in Singapore". The International Educator. 14 October 2014. Retrieved 3 July 2019.
  3. ^ Wee, Desmond (13 November 2017). "The pipes, the pipes are calling". The Straits Times. Retrieved 13 March 2019.
  4. ^ "Ever wondered what you're getting for your money at international schools? Facilities for one thing!". Expat Living Singapore. 4 April 2016. Retrieved 12 March 2019.
  5. ^ "Here's Why Dulwich College (Singapore) Is A Great School For A Personalised Education". The Finder. 6 March 2019. Retrieved 12 March 2019.

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