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Dulwich College is a boys’ day and boarding school and was founded by Edward Alleyn on 21st June 1619. Today the school comprises three separate schools – Kindergarten and Infants’ School, Junior School and Senior School. The school’s primary duty is to ensure that all pupils are engaged in good learning, both in the classroom and beyond. It’s committed to offering the best education to its pupils and upholding the College’s reputation as one of the leading boys’ schools in the world. Philanthropy is embedded in the culture of the school, and to ensure its mission can be achieved, the school looks to engage support from the wider community through their annual development fund.