Secret Postcards will include pieces by leading creatives as well as talented pupils, alumni, parents and staff.
Alumni and Development News
With over £100,000 raised in over two weeks and more than 500 participants, we’d like to say ONE HUGE THANK YOU!
We are delighted to welcome back to School an enthusiastic group of recent leavers to make up our team of callers for the 2019 Telephone Campaign.
Our Secret Postcards Event on 3 October brings together artworks from the whole Alleyn's community, including leading creatives, alumni, students and former parents.
Alleyn's generations past and present came together for a service at Christ's Chapel as part of The Big Reunion.
A huge thank you to those who participated in the Secret Postcards Private View. Postcards are now ready for collection!
It is with deep regret we have been advised of the death of AOB Jerrold Owen (Brading's 1957-64)
It is with deep regret we have been advised of the death of AOB Graham Garrett (Brown's 1944-52)
It is with deep regret we have been advised of the death of AOB Ian Runham (Dutton's 1953-61)
Find out what's coming up for alumni at Alleyn's School in the next few months, including reunions and 400th Anniversary events.
It is with deep regret we have been advised of the death of AOB John Parkinson (Roper's 1943-48).
Alleyn's CCF alumni are most cordially invited to the 2019 CCF Dinner to be held at School on 20 June.
Can you help on Higher Education Day on 3 July 2019?
It is with sad regret that we announce the death of AOB Geoffrey Neville Coulter ( Brading's) on 26 April 2019.
Eve, Anna and Theo took the top prizes after impressing the judges with their extensive studies.
Pupils have been marking World Mental Health Day with a range of activities.
U15s bring home first national title of the year from the Independent Schools' Football Association tournament.
Pupils attend launch of dedicated Careers programme designed to help them make important decisions about their future.
Most popular destinations in 2019 are Nottingham, Bristol, Oxford and Edinburgh.