Jane Lunnon joined Vanessa Feltz and Everyone's Invited founder Soma Sara to discuss harassment of girls.
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 12s are inspired to live impactful, meaningful lives in a fascinating Enrichment Day.
Alleyn’s Economists in Years 11, 12 and 13 joined other schools from the Southwark Schools Learning Partnership yesterday in a conference for young economists.
Ella in Year 7 talks through taking part in the Alleyn's Equality and Diversity Logo Competition and the steps leading to the final design.
Year 11, 12 and 13 artists display exceptional talent in the Alleyn's Summer Show 2021.
Lower School pupils watched a nail-biting final of the Year 7 MFL Spelling Bee in the Lower School Assembly.
Foundation Schools join together for Commemoration Service and celebrate the Southwark Community Education Charity.
Alleyn’s young actors were back on stage today rehearsing for this year’s special edition summer Bear Pit shows.
Alleyn’s musicians of all ages performed the Trinity Concert yesterday in front of bubbled audiences of pupils in their year groups.
Year 12 Art student, Jake talks about last week’s visit to artist and designer, Es Devlin’s studio.
Lower School pupils gave an inspired performance of the Canterbury Tales to camera today so their parents will be able to watch them online.
Library staff were delighted to see the first Year 7 class back in the library today to pilot a new reading game.
Year 7 and 8 pupils enjoyed making memories in an action-packed few days away.
Throughout June, Alleyn’s pupils and staff have been celebrating LGBTQ+ communities around the world.
Year 12s learn about leadership in the inaugural Alleyn’s Leadership Day.
Budding scientists took to York for the National Finals of the European Space Agency CanSat competition.
Alleyn’s Year 12 Art students visited artist and designer Es Devlin’s studio at her home yesterday.
Year 12 geographers took to the field to see what they have been learning in the classroom first-hand.
Alleyn's Old Girl Matilda shares valuable experiences with Alleyn's university applicants.
Year 8 pupil, Joshua has published a comedy magazine for the Alleyn’s community and is planning his move into comedy video.
Head Jane Lunnon joined Vanessa Feltz and Soma Sara to discuss harassment against girls. Listen from 1:36:30.
News piece following an interview with education writer Nicola Woolcock, the Head and Sarah Smiddy, on our wider gender equality work and mobile phone considerations. Full interview from 03:46:22
A pre-recorded discussion between the Head and Simon Noakes (Founder of Interactive Schools), exploring sexual harassment in schools, influencer culture and much more.
A conversation with the Head and presenter Shelagh Fogarty about the use of mobile phones during school hours, as well as the opportunity to talk about the associated societal issues and the wider Alleyn’s gender equality programme of work.
APA Co-Chairs Sarah and Shannon update on a busy term and some fantastic fund-raising efforts.
Senior Deputy Head, Andy Skinnard describes what it's been like to keep a school running during such unusual circumstances.
The message is simple, says Head Jane Lunnon: "be kind, and do the right thing".
With 34 years involvement with The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, Richard Alldrick shares his passion for pushing ourselves beyond our comfort zones.
Major Scott Benest shares his passions for CCF and Forest School activities, especially after a year of Covid-19 restrictions.
Alleyn's Director of Science Ben Jones debates the true characterisitcs of scientists.
Head of Alleyn's Junior School, Simon Severino, describes his excitement about how the Junior School is evolving.
Director of Finance, Claire Morgan, shares her passions for food at Alleyn's and welcomes the catering team in-house.
Head Jane Lunnon writes on how we should approach the gender equality debate.
Five Year 12 students explore the fascinating ways language is changing due to Covid-19.
External Events Coordinator Otis Van Dooren tells us about the huge undertaking in bringing pupils and staff back on site.
Head Jane Lunnon's whole school assembly addressed the national conversation around the treatment of women and girls.
Alleyn's Head of Food & Nutrition, James Sharp, tells us about his lockdown cookery obsessions and where cooking can take our pupils.
Head Jane Lunnon writes on 'Wonderland-style' assessment arrangements.
Alumnus and Saddlers' Scholar Alan Harding tells us the unusual way his Alleyn's life began.