Alleyn's and Alleyn's Junior School welcome applications from boys and girls from all backgrounds. We look for candidates who will respond to the School's care, opportunities and values, and who will, in return, contribute to the School with their talents and enthusiasm.
Registration for 11+ and 16+ entry to the Senior School in September 2022 will open on 1 June 2021.
Registration for entry to the Junior School in September 2022 will open on 1 September 2021.
|Open Events at Alleyn's Senior School|
Visiting a school forms an important part of the decision-making process for families who are shortlisting schools for admissions applications. Our programme of open events ordinarily allows parents and children to meet our pupils and staff, explore our facilities and get a sense of what it is like to be a pupil at Alleyn’s.
Currently, as a direct result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we regret that the School site is closed to visitors.
Whilst we are unable to welcome visitors in person, we invite you to view our 2020 Virtual Open Day presentations which are available here. We hope that these will give you a flavour of life at Alleyn’s and answer some of your questions about the admissions process.
We look forward to welcoming visitors back to Alleyn’s as soon as we can and hope that the school will re-open to visitors from 18 May for small group visits and receptions with the Head. We also hope to hold an Open Event at the end of the summer term on:
Numbers will be limited for all visits. Please complete this form to register your interest in visiting Alleyn's.
|Open Events at Alleyn’s Junior School|
Currently, as a direct result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the School site is closed to visitors.
We hope to hold Open Events on the following dates:
|Travelling to Alleyn’s|
There is no visitor parking available on site at Alleyn's, and road traffic can be heavy. We strongly recommend that visitors use active means of travel or public transport to visit us.
If you do travel by road, we ask that you drive and park with due consideration to our neighbours and their properties, and that you do not idle your engine - please help to protect our air quality by turning your engine off. More information, including the Dulwich & Herne Hill Safe Routes to School map, is available on the Find Us page.
If you need to drive because of disability we will be happy to accommodate you on site if you call in advance. Please call School Reception on 020 8557 1500.