Alleyn’s School is a 4-18 co-educational, independent day school in Dulwich, London, England.

Established by alumni, the ABF provides Upper School scholarships and gives financial awards to help pupils access co-curricular and enrichment activities.

The two Upper School scholarships are named in honour of former Dutton's Housemaster Sidney Incledon and former Headmaster Derek Fenner.

The scholarships enable students to continue their education at Alleyn's when financial circumstances would have otherwise prevented them from doing so.

Invaluable Opportunities

The ABF also provides extensive support for co-curricular and enrichment activities and covers invaluable experiences and opportunities for pupils across the School year groups.

These include CCF camps, university applications and visits, overseas music tours, sports tours and the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme.

The EAC raises money for the fund through the longstanding 200 Club lottery, donations from members, and initiatives like the Pimms Tent at the Alleyn's annual Founder's Day.

200 Club Lottery

The EAC has been operating the 200 Club fundraising lottery for its members for many years. There are three monthly prizes and an annual grand draw.