Dulwich College (Singapore) recognised at Tes Awards for International Schools, named to Best Employers list by the Straits Times, and accepted as The Heads' Conference member

Dulwich College (Singapore) has been recently recognised as one of Singapore's Best Employers on The Straits Times
Dulwich College (Singapore) has been recognised as one of Singapore's Best Employers by The Straits Times, along with a series of recent awards and achievements!


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Dulwich College (Singapore) recognised for its Sustainability and DE&I efforts in the 2024 Tes Awards for International Schools  

Dulwich College (Singapore) has been recognised for its sustainability and DEI efforts in the 2024 TES International School Awards
Dulwich College (Singapore) has been recognised for its sustainability and DEI efforts at the 2024 Tes Awards for International Schools


Dulwich College (Singapore) has been awarded the ‘Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Award’ and the ‘Sustainability Award’ in the inaugural Tes Awards for International Schools 2024. The Awards bring together educational institutions from around the globe to celebrate excellence and innovation across a diverse range of fields. In addition to these two wins, Dulwich College (Singapore) was shortlisted as a finalist for International School of the Year. 

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Award  

Tes praised Dulwich College (Singapore) for its transformative approach to diversity, equity, and inclusion. The institution's student groups and dedicated teaching staff have effectively changed attitudes and established inclusive, anti-racist systems. Judge Liz Free, CEO and Director at International School Rheintal, commended the systematic approach and comprehensive practices the College have implemented to enhance diversity efforts.  

Sustainability Award  

Environmental sustainability is a guiding principle at Dulwich College (Singapore), highlighted by the opening of its new net-zero building The Greenhouse in 2023. Tes recognises the College’s substantial reduction in energy use, as well as the introduction of waste reduction initiatives, and the promotion of sustainable habits across the College community, both in and outside of the classroom. Judge Colin Bell, CEO of COBIS, acknowledged Dulwich College's genuine commitment to sustainability, as detailed in its Environmental, Social, and Governance Report. 

These accolades reflect the dedication, creativity, and passion of the entire Dulwich College (Singapore) community, underscoring its commitment to academic excellence, integrity, compassion, and environmental responsibility.  

Read more about Dulwich College (Singapore)’s Tes award wins here

Dulwich College (Singapore) named in The Straits Times Best Employers 2024 List

Dulwich College (Singapore) is one of Singapore's Best Employers
Dulwich College (Singapore) is recognised as one of Singapore's Best Employers in The Straits Times


Dulwich College (Singapore) has been named one of The Straits Times Best Employers of 2024 in Singapore. Ranked 127th out of the 250 leading employers in the city-state, the College is the only international school to be recognised on this year's list. 

"Being named one of Singapore's Best Employees by The Straits Times is a proud moment for Dulwich College (Singapore)," said Nick Magnus, Head of Dulwich College (Singapore). "It is the result of a number of years of engaging in active dialogue with our employees, listening to their needs and concerns, and responding accordingly. It has been quite a journey, but one that we are proud of as we try to ensure that our students are the eventual benefactors in this."

The Heads’ Conference (HMC) accreditation

Dulwich College (Singapore) was accepted as a full member of The Heads’ Conference (HMC) in the UK in May 2024. The College received a highly positive report after an inspection visit in April by two experienced Heads, one from the UK and one from a prestigious International School, which resulted in its successful membership. This places the College alongside some of the finest and oldest educational institutions in the UK and worldwide. 

“HMC membership is important to us as it provides us with strong advocacy and connections with key educational bodies, including exam boards and sports bodies, so we can advocate for our students and families. There are also many good quality professional development opportunities provided only to members. In concert with our FOBISIA and COBIS associations, this is a significant strengthening of our external partnerships,” says Deputy Head of College, Jacob Martin.