Alleyn’s Feminist Society organise a staff netball match to raise money for charity.
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.
Pupils enjoyed off timetable sessions using a range of resources to reflect on learning and personal development.
Alleyn's pupils perform an impressive selection of music at festive concerts.
Frances Buckley, Teaching and Learning Coordinator at Alleyn’s Junior School, talks about how we can make our children’s homework something we can all look forward to.
Year 8 pupils watch the performance of three Gothic Tales for their English class.
The Southwark Schools Learning Partnership’s (SSLP) Student Voice project focussed on Mental Health this year and three Alleyn’s Middle School pupils went to Church House in Westminster to join our partner schools in the project. Isadora in Year 10 tells us about the day.
Collaboration and teamwork are the key ingredients for a magical Nativity.
Pupils provide direct help to the homeless community through a new Outreach partnership.
Alleyn's community makes further reductions in car travel.
Bear Pit shows explore teenage activism and questions of guilt.
Pudsey and celebrities hold 'Sports Day' at Junior School for Children in Need.
Professor Michael Dobson of the Shakespeare Institute gives a fact-filled talk about our founder.
What steps have been taken by the school community towards implementing the charter's goals?
Pupils and staff show how much we can achieve together towards sustainability.
Two Alleyn's pupils won the regional heats of the Prayer Book Society's Cranmer Award and progress to the finals at Hampton Court Palace.
Year 8 chefs produce French classics in Masterchef Competition
Alleyn's Academy launches with over a 100 pupils and families for local schools.
As part of our busy Sustainability Week, Milly in Year 13 will be holding a group chat in the EABean Foyer tomorrow on the possibilities of people adopting an insect-based diet. Here she explains the whys and wherefores.
Year 7 pupils visited the National Theatre to see the acclaimed production of The Ocean at the End of the Lane.
As part of our Sustainability Week we are encouraging all our cyclists to keep on cycling with the help of Richard from local bike shop Balfe’s.