Could bamboo see the end of traditional willow for cricket bats?
Alumni and Development News
Star-studded Alleyn’s alumni step back into the spotlight.
Orlando Von Einsiedel's newest venture sees him joining forces with the Sussex's production company, Netflix and the Invictus Games Foundation
Jane Lunnon writes on gender equality, safeguarding and the Alleyn's Equality Charter.
The One is set in a world where scientists have discovered everyone has a gene matched to their perfect partner. Hannah plays Rebecca, the impulsive and ambitious CEO of Match DNA.
Into Dust aims to highlight the larger issues of climate change and rising populations whilst focusing on one woman’s remarkable story.
Super grateful to several AOBGs working in the fields of STEM who gave their time to answer questions for Alleyn's Junior School pupils.
We celebrate on this day in 1882 the birth of AOB Arthur Ewins, eminent and groundbreaking chemist.
Alumna Jo Hand's free online tool will help us help the planet by reducing individual carbon footprints.
With great sadness we report the death of Vernon Law on the 15 January.
With sadness we learned of the death of Mr Steven Hunt in early January 2021.
It is with the deepest regret we report the sad news of the death of former Alleyn's Physics teacher, Hilary Clarke, early this month. Our thoughts are with her family at this hardest of times.
Congratulations to Major Scott Benest on being awarded CCF Contingent Commander of the Year by the RFCA London.
Pupils are being encouraged to get outdoors and submit their best photos of nature to the Alleyn’s Mental Health Awareness Week Photo Competition.
Lower School pupils enjoyed hearing from best-selling author, Chris Bradford on the inspiration behind his latest book.
Mr Fish, Assistant Director of Music at Alleyn’s, has composed a piece of music to mark the passing of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and raise funds for the charity, The Silver Line.
Alleyn’s library staff are happy to be able to re-open their doors this week to younger year groups.