DLD College London Drama Club students took to the stage this week to perform their very first musical production, a rendition of ‘Guys and Dolls’.
DLD College London has been recognised for student progress and the advancement made between the end of Key Stage 4 to the completion of students’ A-levels.
Nelson Mandela’s ex-body guard Chris Lubbe delivered an inspirational talk on discrimination to DLD College London students this week.
2018 Press Clipping from DLD College London.
DLD College London recently announced the appointment of their new principal Irfan Latif. Mr Latif comes to DLD from Sexey’s School, Burton, where he was Headmaster for over four years.
Gareth Evans, Director of Studies at DLD College London, talks about A-Level Film Studies. Find the answers to all your questions here.
DLD College students participated in ‘Movember’ to raise funds and awareness for male health. They proudly raised over £867,exceeding their goal of £500! “It is inspiring to see the entire college coming together to generate important awareness and raise essential funds for such a worthy cause.” said Principle Rachel Borland. Click here to view […]
Ahead of Anti-Bullying Week, DLD College London welcomed Elly Barnes MBE from Educate and Celebrate to encourage LGBT+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) discussion. A brand new DLD LGBT+ group has been set up so students can have a safe place to discuss any issues they have in an inclusive and friendly environment.
DLD College London has consolidated its senior leadership team with the addition of highly experienced boarding school housemaster, Thomas Hadcroft. Thomas will be taking on the role of Deputy Principal for Boarding and Welfare.
Students at DLD College London are celebrating posting yet another set of magnificent A-Level exam results this year. Students set a record this year with an overall pass rate of 98%. An incredible 38% of students posted A*-A grades, while 63% scored A*-B and 84% achieved A*-C grades.
DLD College London students experienced the life of a journalist recently as they visited the Financial Times for a series of workshops on leaders
A wide and impressive array of talent in performing arts was on display this week at the annual DLD College London talent show, DLD Star Search. While all the entries wowed the audience packed into the college’s impressive atrium, the winner was BTEC student Cairo Folkes who blew everyone away with a virtuoso piano performance of jazz improvisation.
DLD College London Art Foundation student Eddy Pearson showcased his creativity in the annual Art Exhibition this week.
DLD College London students celebrated their graduation at the 6th Annual Summer Ball this week at Gibson Hall, in London.
DLD College London A-Level student Poppy Morris was rewarded for all her hard work and recognised for her talents this year with the award for Progression and Achievement in Music Technology.
DLD College London A-Level Business student Thomas has won the Progression and Achievement in Business Award at this year’s annual awards ceremony.
DLD College London BTEC Business student Alfie won the the Progression and Achievement in Business Award at this year’s annual awards ceremony.
DLD College London student Tracey Mwaniki was delighted to win the award for Progression and Achievement in Government and Politics at this year’s annual awards ceremony.
DLD College London student Yasmin Adams was crowned Prom Queen at the annual End of Year Summer Ball. Prom King was Zane Thadani.
DLD College London BTEC Media student Louise recently had the amazing opportunity to fine tune his presenting skills from industry professional and Channel 4 presenter Jodie McCallum.
DLD College London has launched a new scholarship programme, offering 10 scholarships of up to 50% off the annual college fees.
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Olympian Kate Richardson-Walsh visited DLD College London and inspired students with tales of her sporting success as well as her promotion of LGBT rights.
DLD student Lorenzo Niyonbgabo’s performance in the DLD Fringe production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night was highly praised by everyone who came to see the show. Lorenzo’s performance was all the more remarkable as it was the first time this budding young actor has tread the boards.
DLD College London’s GCSE students posted a 100% success rate in 20 of 22 possible subjects this year, and the best grades have improved by nearly 10% with 41% of students posting A*-B grades compared to 33% last year.
DLD College London students and staff celebrated the first full year in our new campus this week with a really impressive set of A-Level results. A 98% pass rate set a DLD record in 2016, with a stupendous 38% achieving A*-A grades.
DLD College London students Kaiming and Ziqing won prestigious awards at The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s Annual Art Awards.
DLD College London’s BTEC Digital Media Production teacher John Branney collected Teacher of the Year award at the 2016 Shine School Media Awards.
DLD College London’s 5th Annual Summer Ball took place at the UnderGlobe, located beneath Shakespeare’s Globe on Friday 6th May. the red carpet was rolled out for our students as they enjoyed this year’s theme “The Magical Enchanted Forest.”
Talented DLD College London art student Jacob presented his entry, called The Eyes, for the annual end of year Art, Photography and Graphics Exhibition at DLD’s new Westminster Bridge campus.
DLD College London opened its new campus overlooking the River Thames and Waterloo Bridge this week, offering state-of-the-art facilities and classrooms as well as boarding accommodation in its prime London location.
DLD College London now features in School House Magazine. The magazine launched in March 2007 and offers parents genuine insight into the world of independent education.
The DLD Fringe Group held the first drama production, an adaptation of Charles Dickens’ seminal work Great Expectations, in the college’s stunning new atrium this week. DLD student and Kensington resident Guillermo Chacártegui was outstanding as one of the leading characters Mr Jaggers, Miss Havisham’s savvy lawyer and Pip’s guardian.