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Open Days 2014
For entry at 11+ and 13+:
Wednesday 17th September 2014, 2.00 p.m.
Saturday 4th October 2014, 9.30 a.m.
Wednesday 5th November 2014, 2.00 p.m.
For entry at 16+:
Saturday 4th October 2014, 9.30 a.m.
Tuesday 4th November 2014, 2.30 p.m.
Alleyn's Parents' Association
Headmaster's Termly Lunches: If you would like to put your name on the list for future termly lunches please email the APA.
The Alleyn's Dance Show
At the end of last term, a packed audience was treated to a fantastic display of dance, showcasing the considerable talent at Alleyn’s.
We are thrilled that Year 7 and 8 dancers recently won their heat in the Red Cross Dance Show and proceeded to the semi-finals where they won the award for 'most co-ordinated choreography' (more).
Lance Sergeant Johnson Beharry, V.C., gave an inspiring talk to all sections of the Alleyn's CCF including a vivid account of the action in Iraq which led to him being awarded the Victoria Cross for Gallantry.
He is pictured here with Alleyn's senior NCOs.
Four of our Sixth Form students (Sam Duncan, Julia Elkouby, Kevin Girard and Ian Kegler) were fortunate in taking part in courses organised by the Smallpeice Trust and the Arkwright Scholarships Trust, in the process gaining valuable practical knowledge of the electromechanical engineering, the design of future aircraft, advanced marine technology and nanotechnology.
Twelve English teachers from South Korea who have spent eight weeks in the UK came to experience daily life at Alleyn's by shadowing our teachers,delivering lessons and observing a variety of lunchtime clubs as part of their professional development.
Alleyn's Chaplaincy Lecture
This year's Chaplaincy Lecture was given by Dr Lord (Rowan) Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury on Why C S Lewis Matters.
These models of siege engines are put together with assistance from the Design Technology Department during lunchtimes. The boys were competing to see how far they could catapult their projectiles, ideally in a straight line.
Mr Tober has been leading a very popular Soldering Club making colour-mixers with diodes for use in Physics lessons.
125 years at Townley Road
See the film made by pupils and staff to celebrate 125 years of the School's move to our Townley Road site.
Governors' Research Project Prize
We are proud of Rebecca Hindmarsh who is the winner of this year's GRPP with her scholarly essay. Runners-up were Francesca Forristal and Haroun Hameed who are also to be congratulated.
Advancing Alleyn's enables pupils to touch the ancient past...
How fortunate we are that donations have enabled the Classics department to purchase a Greek skyphos (drinking cup) from 425-400 B.C.
Headmaster of Alleyn's Junior School
We are delighted to announce that Mr Simon Severino, Headmaster of St Andrew’s Prep School, Eastbourne, has been appointed to succeed Mr Mark O’Donnell as Headmaster of Alleyn’s Junior School from 31st August 2015.
Mr Severino, who is married and has two young children, has considerable experience in junior schools over the past twenty years. He read Geography at Oxford University, before starting his career at Culford Prep in Suffolk. From there, he went to Dulwich Prep London, where he was Head of Geography and Deputy Head (Head of Middle School). Since 2010 he has been Headmaster of St Andrew’s Prep, an IAPS school which is incorporated with Eastbourne College, an HMC senior school.
He believes passionately in holistic education, sharing with us a view that academic excellence and first-rate pastoral care are best served by a vibrant co-curriculum and a clear ethos anchored in shared values. Mr Severino is very much looking forward to joining the Alleyn’s community, where he and his family will be warmly welcomed.
In the interim before Mr Severino takes up his Headship, Mrs Alison Wright, current Deputy Head of the Junior School, will be Acting Head throughout the academic year 2014-15, working closely with Mr Severino and Dr Savage (Headmaster of Alleyn’s School) to ensure a smooth handover. Together, they will ensure a continuity of care and expertise for the children, staff and parents of the Junior School in the months and years to come.
Alleyn's International Concert Series: Philip Higham (cello) and Tom Poster (piano)
The next evening in our ongoing concert series is on Monday 13th October 2014.
Environmental Society: Recycling Truck
The Environmental Society invited the Southwark Mobile Recycling Truck recently visited us to allow staff, pupils and parents to bring their recyclables to school.
School Development Programme
The swimming pool refurbishment is well on its way to completion; to see the other exciting plans for the Alleyn's campus please click on the heading.
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Ogden Trust Lecture
Year 10s had the privilege of hosting other local schools' GCSE pupils at a lecture put on by the Physics Department in conjunction with the Ogden Trust.