MSU hosts a 150-strong webinar on diversity, inclusion and colonialism.
Every day is filled with moments of personal achievement for the boys and girls who attend our School.
These events are celebrated and recognised in lessons and assemblies, and highlighted in our school newsletter and social media channels. Here, we share notable individual, team or collective achievements.
Year 13, Silver, spreads awareness of the challenges Covid-19 has led to for those who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Year 7 learns all about the chemistry of breadmaking
Year 7 Conor hosted the latest in the Sport Department's Lockdown Speaker Series.
Alleyn’s e-Learning Assistant, Showers Jalloh, is back in Freetown providing hands-on music and technology support to the Methodist Girls High School.
A guided mindfulness session forms part of the 'Countdown to Christmas' programme at Alleyn's
Rugby Sevens star Deborah Fleming kicks off a new series of Alleyn’s Lockdown sport talks.
Pupils took to the floor for the hotly contested Lower School Debate.
From environmental medicine to greenhouse strategy, pupils enjoyed hearing about careers with a sustainability focus.
The Alleyn's community came together in an act of Remembrance.
Alleyn's observes poignant act of Remembrance in lieu of the Annual Parade.
Year 9 pupils enjoyed thinking a little more about their futures.
The Economics Society at Alleyn’s was delighted to welcome Martin Cox, Director of the John Locke Institute, to deliver a virtual lunchtime talk last week.
Congratulations to Alleyn's Senior Cadets on their well-deserved promotion.
Jane Lunnon has been nominated ‘Best Head of a Public School’ by Tatler.
Alleyn's GCSE artists get creative with the theme 'Collections' this term.
Jessica Tabraham is announced winner of the Governors’ Research Project Prize
Alleyn's has historic links to The Worshipful Company of Saddlers who support Saddlers' Scholars each year.
Our Year 11s take a look to the future with their first Careers Talk of the year.
Boys and girls are delighted by strong GCSE grades after an extraordinary period of uncertainly was ended by the government decision to honour centre-assessed grades.