• Our Values:

    Our school values of Love, Kindness, Joy, Self-Control and Faithfulness stem from the bible passage.... Galatians 5 v 22-23 “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.

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  • LA review October 2014

    Dulwich Village C of E Infants’ School works effectively with all members of the school community to provide a rich, high quality education for all its children. It is an outstanding school where children develop both personally and academically.

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  • SIAMS Grades

    “The distinctiveness and effectiveness of Dulwich Village CE Infants' School as a Church of England school are OUTSTANDING”

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  • “Our school is special because we have friendly, kind teachers and we learn fascinating things. Also we have a lot of fun!“

  • “The children play with me, the teachers care for me, the playground is fun and the classroom is fun too!”

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Welcome to our School

Welcome to Dulwich Village C of E Infants’ School website. We hope you enjoy browsing and that you are able to find the information you are looking for. If you require further information please contact the school office on office@dulwichvillage.southwark.sch.uk or 020 7525 9233.

Dulwich Village C of E Infants’ School is a vibrant voluntary aided school set in the heart of the Dulwich Village community. We have 270 places for children across the school: 90 in Reception (4-5 year olds), 90 in Year One (5-6 year olds) and 90 in Year Two (6-7 year olds). Our school is split across two sites, the Lake Building (built in 1973) and the Francis Building (built in 1864).

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Dates for Diary

  • Autumn Term :
    Autumn Half Term:
    Inset Day - 23rd Oct
    Return to School - 2nd Nov
    Year 2's Visit Tower of London:
    Friday 2nd October 2015
    Termly Learning Conferences:
    Reception - 12th - 16th October 2015
    Reception Curriculum Evening:
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Term Dates

  • Autumn Term 2015
    Autumn Term
    Break up Thursday 22nd October
    Inset Day Friday 23rd October
    Return to School Monday 2nd November
    Christmas Holidays
    Break Up Friday 18th December (1pm)
    Spring Term 2016
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Twitter News


  • PTFA The aim of the PTFA is to support the school through holding events that encourage families to come together and meet other members of the school community. Through these events funds may also be raised to help develop the life and work of the school. ALL the money raised Read More
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Welcome back everyone!


Promoting excellence and enjoyment for all in a Christian environment

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Click here for our latest Ofsted report:
Ofsted link
Click here to register your  view of the school with Ofsted:
Parent View link


  • Prospective Parents Visits

    Prospective Parents visiting the school must pre-book a place for either the AM or PM sessions - Max: 60 people per session.


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Our Worship

See our SIAMS Report 2014

Dulwich Village C of E Infants’ School has a close relationship with St Barnabas Church and with them we seek to engage children and adults in their understanding of the Christian faith through school and church worship and through participating in celebrations throughout the school year.

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Support our Hope Academy

Please help raise funds for the school’s Charity, ‘Hope Academy, Cherish, Entebbe’. Click on the following link before you shop online to access over 27,000 retailers and they’ll give a donation every time you buy something. Each supporter needs to sign up to the cause on Hope Academy DVIS and from there can return to the Easyfundraising site before accessing the retailer.

For more information about the Hope Academy please visit the
Our Community page.