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.

The registration period for potential admission into both the Senior School and Junior School in September 2020 is now closed.

You can find out about school fees here. The Senior School offers means-tested financial assistance for children whose families may not otherwise be able to afford an Alleyn's education, as well as a registration fee waiver for those who qualify for the Pupil Premium.

Small Group Tours of the Senior School

Informal small group tours of the Senior School with the Senior School Registrar or Deputy Registrar take place regularly during the Summer Term only. These visits give families the opportunity to get a feel for Alleyn's on a normal school day and are most suitable for families of children who are currently in Year 5 (for 11+ entry) or Year 10 (for 16+entry). Visitors who wish to hear from the Headmaster, or speak with our Heads of Section or Department, should attend a formal open event.

Open Events at Alleyn’s Junior School
  • Saturday 19 September from 10 am until 12 midday
  • Thursday 1 October from 1.30 pm until 3.00 pm
  • Tuesday 3 November from 1.30 pm until 3.00 pm

Everyone is welcome to attend an Open Event and there is no need to book a place.

Small Group Tours of Alleyn’s Junior School

Informal small group tours of the Junior School take place during the Summer Term. These visits give families the opportunity to get a feel for Alleyn's on a normal school day and all are welcome to book a place.

Small group tours of Alleyn's Junior School, from 9.30 am until 11 am during April, May and June are currently fully booked.  If you wish to join a waiting list for a small group tour, please email AJS Tours

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. 

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