Alleyn’s School

Junior School

Co-educational, academic
excellence in a caring, friendly,
and welcoming community

Co-educational excellence

Welcome to the Alleyn’s Junior School website which aims to offer an insight into the life and character of this very energetic, happy and successful junior school that is a key part of the wider Alleyn’s School. Here you will gain a sense of our educational vision, which has academic excellence at its core, and how this is promoted through our broad curriculum and supported by our strong co-curricular and pastoral provision so that our children can learn and achieve in a purposeful, challenging and happy environment. We are proudly co-educational and also small enough to know every child really well so that they can flourish within our school community.

Details of the admissions process are clearly signposted and there is a link to our most recent inspection report. We hope that this site will complement a visit to the school for prospective parents while existing parents are provided with access to useful information. Links with the wider school community are also explained.  Above all, we hope that it offers a flavour of the opportunities and achievements enjoyed by our children, of whom we are so proud.


The Good Schools Guide


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Tatler Good School's Guide 2017

We feature in the newly published guide. If you would like to read the fantastic review of our school, click here.


Forest School


Reception Class enjoyed their first visit to Forest School getting a chance to explore and carry out some of the many activities on offer.


Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity


In assembly our charity monitors spoke about the sorts of event that we involve ourselves in over the year to support the school’s chosen charity 'Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity' as well as other charities.  They presented  a representative from 'Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s’ Charity' with a cheque for almost £4,000 from our fundraising efforts.


Creative Inspiration


Our first season of Friday Mini-Lectures ended on a high note with an inspiring lecture to the many children and parents in the audience from author and parent Anna Mazzola. We learned about her early forays into writing as a child and then how an initial idea made its way to the bookshelf through agents, editors and publishers. Anna introduced us to her first novel, The Unseeing, and offered us some background to this historical crime fiction based upon  a true story set in our own patch of South East London.

Once again, the children and the adults in the audience highlighted the desire to learn and be curious about the lives and passions of others. A true learning community.


Chatterbox

The Year 6 Magazine Club has chosen the theme of ‘Giving’ for their latest issue of Chatterbox. They have worked incredibly hard in a very busy term to produce an informative and fun-filled issue. Happy Easter reading everyone!

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Diary 2017/2018

The Diary for 2017/2018 can viewed here.


Sunday Times Parent Power

 We are very happy to feature in The Sunday Times Parent Power supplement, recently making our way into the top ten of their 2016 ‘Top 100 Independent Prep Schools’, SATs-based list.

At Alleyn’s Junior School we pride ourselves on taking a holistic approach to the education and well-being of our boys and girls. As one of only three co-educational schools in the top ten, our Parent Power appearance is testament to the standards that happy children can achieve with the support of their teachers over the years.

For a flavour of everyday life at Alleyn’s, follow us on Twitter or Facebook. Current parents can also keep up to date through the weekly Newsfeed bulletin, available on The Hub parent portal. 


Back to School Tea Party


It was lovely to see so many parents, pupils and members of staff sharing time together at our Back to School Tea Party.


Japanese Language Challenge Semi-Finalists


Congratulations to our two Year 5 pupils who were semi-finalists in the Japanese Language Challenge.


We are 25!


Alleyn's Junior School is 25 years old.  Our school captains blew out the candles and each made a wish on behalf of the children in the school for a successful year ahead. We then sang happy birthday.


I Love London


The Infant Department visited the Cutty Sark, Greenwich Park and took a riverboat down the Thames to look at all the sights and London landmarks.  The visit was a fabulous finish to mark the end of the topic 'I Love London'.

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Jeans for Genes


AJS pupils celebrated Jeans for Genes Day by wearing either something denim or blue to school and donating money to this worthwhile cause.  The mones raised fund a range of initiatives that improve the lives of children affected by a genetic disorder.


Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition


We are delighted to announce that Ry has been named as the runner up in the Junior category (Under 14 years) of the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay competition 2017. Ry’s entry was a poem about a place that she finds most peaceful, in her case, on a lilo in a swimming pool. There were over 12 000 entries and these were eventually whittled down to one winner and one runner up in both the Senior and Junior sections. We are enormously proud that Ry has been recognised in such a prestigious, international competition.


Gold Primary Science Quality Mark - Gold Award


We are pleased to announce that Alleyn’s Junior School has been awarded the highest accolade of Gold in Science by an independent assessor, the Primary Science Quality Mark. The application process took a year to complete and everyone here at AJS worked hard to highlight the investigative and exciting Science curriculum we offer.


AJSA

For more information about the work of the AJSA (Alleyn’s Junior School Association) 

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Independent Schools Football Association


In association with the Independent Schools Football Association we hosted an U8 and U9 festival. All of the sessions were led by Alleyn’s coaching staff and players. Visiting staff and parents were delighted with the fun the children had and the learning that had taken place. Alleyn’s is a Hub School for the ISFA and reports and photographs from the festivals will appear on the ISFA website in the “Juniors” section so do visit and have a read at www.isfa.org.uk

Alleyn's School is a charitable company registered in England and Wales. Company No. 09401357. Registered Charity No. 1161864.
Registered office: Townley Road, Dulwich, London, SE22 8SU. Tel. 020 8557 1500.