Worldwise Events are unique, exclusive opportunities for our students to enhance their understanding of the world and their ability to make an impact while developing socio-emotional competencies and preparing for life beyond school.
Worldwise Events do this by connecting students with globally renowned professionals in a wide variety of disciplines ranging from the arts to technology to poetry to exploration and are a direct benefit of being the founding College of the Education in Motion family of schools which now stretches from Asia to Europe.
Worldwise Events are hands-on collaborative learning experiences which combine theory and real-world application to foster meaningful, long-lasting connections across our schools and colleges.
For teachers, these experiences provide unique opportunities to connect, share best practices and learn from each other while developing themselves professionally with world-renowned practitioners and educators. And, joining as both audience and active participants, parents and alumni are able to play a core and continuing part of the global Dulwich family.
Partnerships and collaborations with industry-leading practitioners and educators to enrich learning and enhance experience have always played a key role in the Worldwise Events programme. Several projects are built around them such as the annual Diversity Arts Series where schools can choose from an exciting range of practitioners and professionals to work with; the annual Shakespeare Festival in collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company; the annual Dulwich Festival of Music in collaboration with the Royal Northern College of Music; and many others.
Every year we engage with new partners while further developing existing partnerships to expand, finetune and deliver the best educational experiences for our community. When possible Worldwise Events are delivered in person. When not possible, we bring the world to our students through best-in-class online experience.