DLD is hosting a series of webinars to give you the opportunity to learn in more detail about specific areas of DLD College London. To register for any of these events, please visit our webinar page here.
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The class of 2022 graduated on June 25th at the Houses of Parliament, where students took pride of place in Committee Room 14. It was an honorable event led by an amazing cohort. Find out more in our news and on our socials.
An event to remember. The 2022 annual Summer Ball took place at the astounding One Great George Street, a short walk from our school. See more of the event on our socials and in the news article below.
The Class of 2021 graduated on Friday 25 June and the ceremony was broadcast live via this page of our website. You can watch the event below.
Our 2021 End of Year Arts Show will premier here at 8.30am London on Friday 25 June 2021.
The Year 12 Awards Ceremony was held on Wednesday 26th May and can be viewed again here.
We are delighted to bring you this year’s Awards Ceremony in a virtual way. This year’s ceremony includes the awarding of prizes to students from Years 9, 11 and 12, as well as speeches from Principal Irfan Latif and Director of Senior Schools Tim Haynes, interspersed with musical showcases from our very own talented musicians.
We hope you enjoy this celebration of achievements – full programme to view here.
The DLD College London Virtual End of Year Arts Show 2020 is a celebration of our students’ creativity. Art Department staff prepare for this annual event months in advance. This year, due to the pandemic, the physical display of students’ artworks was sadly postponed. However, we recognise the importance of celebrating students’ creative achievements throughout the year. Therefore, this year our Arts Show is a virtual and online experience.
Our Virtual End of Year Arts Show 2020 is a presentation of final pieces and outcomes from students studying A Level Art, Graphics and Photography, IFP Fashion Management and GCSE Art, Craft and Design. I congratulate all students on their achievements, creativity, innovation and determination. Special thanks and praise goes to all the arts students who have so actively participated in department lessons throughout lockdown and who were so resolute in their determination to keep on being productive and creative. I hope the visual arts has provided you with a positive opportunity for expression at this time.
To all the students who have passed through the Art Department this year, we wish you all the very best in your future studies at International Art Colleges and Universities. Keep on being creative and making a positive difference in this world every day.
Head of Art, Graphics and Photography Department
On Wednesday 25th September we were delighted to welcome Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar for the official opening of the new Global Kitchen. Over the summer catering staff and external contractors were busy working hard to give the refectory area a total transformation and provide a bright, comfy and welcoming space for new and returning students. The theme for the kitchen was global food which perfectly reflects the diversity of the College.
Our new chef Oliver has been doing a fantastic job since the start of term, fully embracing the theme with an ever changing selection of exciting menus.
It was fantastic to hear Atul speak to pupils and staff given his illustrious career at some of the UK’s top Indian restaurants. Atul has been at the forefront of changing how people perceive and experience Indian cuisine and indeed was the first ever Indian chef to receive a Michelin star, awarded in London in 2001 whilst he was at Tamarind.
Atul spoke very warmly and kindly to students and it was a real privilege to watch him unveil our new plaque marking the occasion.