The School works very closely with the Officers of the Edward Alleyn Club. Alleyn's greatly values its links with all former pupils, which are maintained through the School's Development & Alumni Office and through events at the School, at Burbage Road and regionally around the country. The Development & Alumni Office acts as the adminstrative hub of the Edward Alleyn Club and co-ordinates reunions, Edward Alleyn Club events and communication with former pupils. In addition, it works closely with current and former parents via the Alleyn's Parents Association and 'Friends of Alleyn's'. The role of the Development Office is to support the continued advancement of Alleyn's as a leading academic school, the ‘best' co-educational day school in the UK offering "Co-educational excellence for all, in a caring, friendly, tolerant community."
The Edward Alleyn Club Magazine is produced twice a year and sent to over 5,000 members world-wide. Alumni e-bulletins are sent out each term to all those members for whom the Club has an email address. Martha Jones, Head of Alumni Relations, has chief responsibility for maintaining our relationship database and this website.
If you would like to contact the president of the Edward Alleyn Club, you can do so using this email address: EdwardAlleynClubPresident@alleyns.org.uk
The School is always pleased to welcome AOBs and AOGs back to School or to help put them in touch with old friends and comrades.
We aim to build a stronger and more supportive whole-school community by providing administrative and coordination services to maintain, renew and encourage the involvement of alumni, parents and friends of the School and to promote its general well-being. To achieve this, we work to foster a closer relationship between alumni, parents, staff and friends through the offering of an increased number of opportunities, in Dulwich, regionally and abroad for these groups to join together and celebrate their membership of the Alleyn’s community.
For information about any aspect of the Advancing Alleyn’s programme, please contact Stephanie MacMillan on 020 8557 1545 or at email@example.com
Rosalind Archer, Development and Alumni Officer
Rosalind's role spans both the development and alumni departments and is closely involved in the work of both. Amongst other things she looks after the contact detail and information relating to all our friends and supporters so that we can better serve our community and helps arrange and coordinate many of the alumni and development events. A Cambridge law graduate and solicitor in a former life, she brings a wealth of expertise and good-humour to the team.
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Doris Best, ASEL Accountant
Doris started work in the Bursary at Alleyn's in January 2013 and we have been fortunate in the Development and Alumni Office that she joined our team in September 2013. Doris looks after the processing of gifts to the Advancing Alleyn's fund as well as ensuring that the Alleyn's School Enterprises accounts are carefully managed.
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Nikola Hall, Development Officer
Nikola works on the website, social media and relationship management for Advancing Alleyn’s. A graduate from Edinburgh University, her background is in communications and relationship management with several years’ experience in the third sector and education/ academic and charity sectors. She is a qualified EFL teacher.
Martha Jones, Head of Alumni Relations
Martha is currently on medical leave. We wish her the very best for a full and speedy recovery. In the meantime, enquiries can be re-directed to Rosalind Archer.
Keeping Alumni in touch with Alleyn's and each other; Martha is responsible for our growing list of alumni events and reunions, liaison with the Edward Alleyn Club - including editing the twice-yearly Club Magazine, the termly ebulletin and communicating on our social media platforms. Martha joined Alleyn's in November 2009. A graduate from Somerville College, Oxford, with experience in both school and fundraising environments she has recently taken over this role having been previously responsible for interim care-taking of the Development Office. Martha has three children, two of whom are pupils at the School and one is an alumnus.
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Stephanie MacMillan, Director of Development
Stephanie has come to Alleyn's from a Senior position in Public Affairs at the Canadian High Commission to the United Kingdom. She is responsible for leading the whole team to take forward the Advancing Alleyn's campaigns and ensuring that the department serves as a vital point of contact for both existing and new relationships amongst the wider school community. Prior to the High Commission, Stephanie worked in International Relations at the 2012 London Summer Olympic Games and the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games. Other career highlights include opening a purpose built Opera house for the Canadian Opera Company and The National Ballet of Canada. Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Education from Queen's University and is a qualified teacher in Canada, and is married with a young daughter.
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Katharine Sampson, Alumni intern
Katharine has recently re-entered the workplace after time off to raise her family. She was previously employed in the academic and charity sectors after studying History & Archaeology at the University of Nottingham. She has taken on the role of supporting the work of the Development and Alumni Office through administrative tasks, updating and maintenance of databases and onsite management of events, working with staff, pupils, former pupils and visitors.