Alleyn's has historic links to The Worshipful Company of Saddlers who support Saddlers' Scholars each year.
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.
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.
Alleyn's girls and boys have received a very strong set of results to maintain the School’s tradition of academic success.
The Summer Show celebrates Pre U A level and GCSE artists daring, edgy and mature work.
Headmaster Dr Gary Savage writes to the Alleyn's community: Challenging racism matters.
Year 7, Rafferty, shares what it means to him to be heroic.
It is with sadness that we report the death of Philip Barlow, who taught Classics at Alleyn's from 1974 to 2011.
Alleyn's Chamber Choir has temporarily rebranded as 'Corona Choir' and has recorded its first piece under lockdown.
Alleyn's Design and Technology department is producing face shields to support local NHS services.
The School supports frontline NHS services with supplies of essential safety equipment.
Sonny and Anna, both in Year 12, came away with a prize to remember from an inter-schools Spanish debating competition.
Dance-Off, organised by Alleyn’s Charity Committee, took place on Charity day – Friday 14 February – and was a sell-out once again.
Current Head of Wimbledon High School will become the first female Head of leading co-educational school Alleyn’s when she joins in January 2021.
Theo Dan, Alleyn’s alumnus, played for England U20 rugby team during half term.
Science writer, broadcaster and ex-Scientist-in-Residence at Alleyn's, Dr Rutherford, delivered this year’s RV Jones Science Lecture.
Year 8 pupils and their parents attended an engaging and enjoyable evening celebrating creativity at Alleyn’s.
Three talented Alleyn’s pupils recently took part in a unique design competition in which the winner would see their design of a chair brought to fruition by a well-known furniture designer.
Middle School actors and crew surpass themselves with this year's Middle School Play.
Alleyn's Scientist-in-Residence has been made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire.