Eve, Anna and Theo took the top prizes after impressing the judges with their extensive studies.
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.
Pupils have been marking World Mental Health Day with a range of activities.
U15s bring home first national title of the year from the Independent Schools' Football Association tournament.
Pupils attend launch of dedicated Careers programme designed to help them make important decisions about their future.
Most popular destinations in 2019 are Nottingham, Bristol, Oxford and Edinburgh.
43% of all GCSE grades achieved by pupils are top Grade 9
400th anniversary year sees boys and girls achieve 30% A* grades at A level
29 June 2019 dawned blue and bright, providing a fitting backdrop for Speech Day and our Founder’s Day festivities.
The 2019 Summer Show celebrated students' Art, Design Technology and Media creativity.
Alleyn’s Scientist-in-Residence, Dr Kevin Fong, presents a fascinating BBC podcast about the people who made Apollo 11 happen.
A new School exhibition telling the story of Alleyn’s history is taking shape.
Our Lower School building has been awarded a Royal Institute of British Architects London Award 2019.
Alleyn's students and teachers collect their awards at Buckingham Palace.
Brown's House pushes up their total for the British Heart Foundation.
More than 180 performers took to the floor - and balconies - to entertain in the hugely energetic ‘A Lot of Hot Air and a Bit of a Scrape’ concert.
Alleyn’s musicians hit the high notes in a beautiful orchestral and choral performance at St John’s Smith Square.
Alleyn’s girls 1st XI footballers have made School history, winning the ISFA National Cup Finals!
Year 12 student Matilda has been cast in a new National Youth Music Theatre production.
Alleyn’s has made it through to the finals of the Goldsmiths’ Company Community Engagement Awards.
In the latest SE Magazine, Mr Payne talks through using ICT tools effectively, creatively and safely to help children develop ICT knowledge (links to external site).