Our Model United Nations delegates are gearing up for a weekend of diplomatic debates on global issues at Lingfield College this weekend. There, they will delve into insightful discussions, strategic negotiations, and collaborative problem-solving.
Every day is filled with moments of personal achievement for the boys and girls who attend our School.
Read more in our latest news stories, schools blogposts and media coverage below.
This week, our talented Year 11 students dove into the world of the Bear Pit, a small-scale yet intense drama production that puts them at the helm of creativity. Led and directed by students, the Bear Pit offers a unique opportunity for our pupils to take on more responsibility, explore adult themes, and engage in the full spectrum of writing, directing, producing, and performing.
Next week, we're launching our "5 Days of Christmas Food Collection" campaign to support Albrighton Fridge, the Brixton & Norwood Food Bank, and Under One Sky. Each day has a special focus, from staples to festive treats and gifts for children.
School Council convened their first meeting for 2023-2024 on Tuesday of this week. Gavel in hand, Chair, Skye Richarz and Deputy-Chair, Chloe Masson facilitated discussion around several topics affecting our student body. Mrs Lunnon engaged in driving solution-oriented conversation with the representatives.
In a display of teamwork, creativity, and culinary arts, the Year 7 MasterChef competition unfolded this week, transforming the school kitchen into a hub of excitement and delicious aromas. Tasked with cooking a main and a dessert to be tasted and judged by Mrs. Lunnon, our teams of Year 7 chefs demonstrated remarkable composure as they collaborated to whip up an array of mouthwatering dishes.
In alignment with the Independent Schools Council (ISC) Partnerships Week, Alleyn's has been busy showcasing our comprehensive partnerships efforts in a week of education and inspiration. Partnerships week is a chance to shine a spotlight on the magic that happens when state and independent schools come together to elevate the community.
Alleyn's School was graced by the virtuoso talents of acclaimed cellist Natalie Clein in two captivating events that unfolded on Monday. Clein, an alumna of the Royal College of Music, clinched both the BBC Young Musician of the Year Award and the Eurovision Competition for Young Musicians.
We have been fortunate to partner with a charity called UKUATogether (UKUAT) and for the past 2 weeks our families have warmly hosted 14 students from Kyiv as part of their pilot programme, Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX).
Alleyn’s welcomed back Julia Elkouby (Tyson’s 2015) to inspire current students during Eco Week.
This week in the MET@Alleyn’s series, our guest speakers, Madeleine Waller and Gabriele La Malfa, Ph.D student at Kings College London, delivered a thought-provoking presentation on the future of AI and the challenges in eliminating bias in Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems.
Thank you to Albert Wayman Scarlett (Cribb's 2015) for inspiring members of the Alleyn’s Medics Society.
On Wednesday evening, the MCT burst into glorious life with the opening night of Alleyn’s much-anticipated Upper School Musical Legally Blonde. This was a brilliant example of the magical synergy of theatre: the drama of the iconic story of Elle Woods’ journey from sorority president to Harvard Law legal legend brought to life with passion, nuance and bravery.
As part of Eco Week, we were delighted to welcome Amy Browne of CCLA to come talk to us about her stewardship role in the sustainability team. One of the areas that Amy’s work focusses on aims to compel companies to formalise an approach to mental health in the workplace.
The 126th EAC Dinner brought together alumni, former staff and pupils for a fantastic evening of food, friendship and fundraising.
Anti-Bullying Week saw Mr. English deliver an assembly to the whole school on the importance of 'Making a Noise about Bullying,' taking the theme set by the Anti-Bullying Alliance and bringing it into an Alleyn's context.
Alleyn's School is thrilled to announce the arrival of Eco Week 2023 which kicks into action on Monday. Running from 20-24th November 2023, it will be a week of inspiration, education, and action as we navigate deeper into our journey of sustainability.
Dobrinka Tabakova (Tyson’s 1997) has been awarded The Ivor Novello Award for Best Community and Participation Composition.
Alleyn's is proud to announce that it has decided to support a new UK-based charity, called Ebony Horse Club.
The charity's goal it is to use horses to raise the education, life skills, wellbeing and aspirations of young people from disadvantaged communities within Lambeth.
Congratulations to Luc De Fougerolles (Roper's 2024) who has been named in Canada Soccer Men’s National Team squad for the upcoming Concacaf Nations League Quarterfinals!
Last Sunday, the Edward Alleyn Club's remembrance day service took place at Christ's Chapel of God's Gift in Dulwich Village, to honour all those who have given their lives in the service of their country.