Welcome to Alleyn's

Alleyn's is one of the country’s leading HMC co-educational day schools, committed to achieving academic excellence within an ethos of strong pastoral care and a vibrant co-curriculum.
We enjoy 400 years of history, tracing our origins to our Founder, Edward Alleyn and his establishment of his College of God's Gift in 1619. Today, we remain a progressive, kind and happy learning community with a unique buzz, dedicated to playing a positive role in the world around us and to widening access through our transformational bursary scheme.

Welcome message from Jane Lunnon, Head of Alleyn's

Our Stories

Model United Nations conference at Lingfield College

Our Model United Nations delegates are gearing up for a weekend of diplomatic debates on global issues at Lingfield College this weekend. There, they will delve into insightful discussions, strategic negotiations, and collaborative problem-solving.

Year 11 Bear Pit Advent Term

This week, our talented Year 11 students dove into the world of the Bear Pit, a small-scale yet intense drama production that puts them at the helm of creativity. Led and directed by students, the Bear Pit offers a unique opportunity for our pupils to take on more responsibility, explore adult themes, and engage in the full spectrum of writing, directing, producing, and performing.

Alleyns School Christmas Food Collection

Next week, we're launching our "5 Days of Christmas Food Collection" campaign to support Albrighton Fridge, the Brixton & Norwood Food Bank, and Under One Sky. Each day has a special focus, from staples to festive treats and gifts for children.

School Council

School Council convened their first meeting for 2023-2024 on Tuesday of this week. Gavel in hand, Chair, Skye Richarz and Deputy-Chair, Chloe Masson facilitated discussion around several topics affecting our student body. Mrs Lunnon engaged in driving solution-oriented conversation with the representatives. 

Culinary brilliance unleashed in Year 7 MasterChef extravaganza

In a display of teamwork, creativity, and culinary arts, the Year 7 MasterChef competition unfolded this week, transforming the school kitchen into a hub of excitement and delicious aromas. Tasked with cooking a main and a dessert to be tasted and judged by Mrs. Lunnon, our teams of Year 7 chefs demonstrated remarkable composure as they collaborated to whip up an array of mouthwatering dishes.

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