AJS pupils wear odd socks!
News & Events
Every day is filled with moments of personal achievement and shared joy and fun for the children.
Achievements are celebrated and recognised in lessons, through teachers' comments in marking and through announcements in our Friday Celebration Assemblies. Here, we highlight and congratulate notable individual, team or collective achievements and events.
We are also delighted to share our Year 3 and Reception 'Day in the Life' videos, which provide a flavour of daily life at Alleyn's Junior School.
Our Friday Newsfeed newsletter that is sent electronically to parents each week records many achievements and special moments and is available to read via the Hub.
First day of the School Street trial is a big success.
Junior School pupils wear their own poppies.
AJS pupils enjoy a week of fun including visits from two eminent children's poets.
Celebrating Harvest Festival remotely.
AJS pupils build their own bicycles.
Reception enjoy making homes at Forest School.
AJS in blue to support charity.
Pupils and staff have been enjoying our recent 28th birthday celebrations.
Year 3 learn to dance.
Alleyn's Junior School welcomes back pupils and staff.
The children have had the opportunity to try out some fun and engaging challenges over the course of two days, all of which require a degree of stickability, determination and resilience!
Reception had a brilliant time engaging with lots of outdoor activities in place of their trip to the Wildlife Garden.
Year 3 enjoyed an exciting series of activities, with a mix of outdoor and indoor tasks to suit all weather conditions and home situations.
Year 4 enjoyed various challenges and activities on their virtual residential trip
Pupils qualify for the Inter-School Quiz Championship national final.
Year 6 get a fascinating insight into publishing a newspaper and the production of online news.
West End theatre comes to Alleyn's Junior School.
Year 6 spent a truly fascinating day at the Jewish Museum in Camden.
Elmwood Primary School join AJS pupils for a drama workshop.
AJS pupils bake and buy in aid of Place2Be.
Chamber Choir support the Children's Trust.
Year 6 learn about fire protection, personal safety and knife crime.
Inspiration from the Ottolenghi test kitchen.