The Alleyn Club AGM returns to the College for the first time since 2019. As has been the case for many years, we shall meet from 6.30pm in the Board Room. However, we will also take advantage of the advances in technology and allow OAs to access the meeting online (Please register to attend).
The Alleynian Sailing Society took part in the Arrow Trophy sailing competition over the weekend and placed 8th overall.
Director of Drama Peter Jolly and Producer David Parfitt attended a special screening of The Father held at the former theatre, now cinema, beneath the May Fair Hotel in the West End of London.
The 21st Thwaites Bach Competition was held on Friday 24 September in the Old Library and was won by Finlay Johnston (Piano).
Congratulations to Old Alleynian Nicholas Galitzine who stars in the new live-action musical remake of Cinderella.
Chris Jordan OA is set to rejoin Surrey County Cricket Club next season on a three year contract.
Rohan Patel OA will be taking part in the two-year programme, learning about leadership and developing practical skills.
Congratulations to Oliver on winning a silver and bronze medal at the Tokyo Paralympics.
Congratulations to Old Alleynian Oliver Lam-Watson, who marks his Paralympics debut this summer at Tokyo 2020 as part of the GB wheelchair fencing team.
We are pleased to report that the Year 13 pupils have achieved an excellent set of A level results this year that have enabled nearly all of them to progress to their chosen university and course of study.
The final cricket fixture of the 2020-21 Academic year saw the Year 13 Leavers XI take on The Forty Club in a timed match.
Today on OA Stories and as part of our Olympics edit Trevor Llewelyn interviewed the three time Olympian and an inspiration for his own athletics career, Rev Tom Farrell. Tom was the College Chaplain from 1974 through to 1981.
The Boys Sail Training Week was cancelled in 2020 but due to some careful planning from dedicated volunteers from the Alleynian Sailing Society was able to run this summer.
Today's OA Story is with Oliver, who travels to Tokyo 2020 as one of four wheelchair athletes in the British Team Paralymics team in August.
We are delighted to share the news that Oliver Lam-Watson OA (06-11) has been selected in the ParalympicsGB wheelchair fencing team for Tokyo 2020.
Congratulations to Dr Alastair Niven OBE LVO (OA 54-63) who has been awarded The Benson Medal by The Royal Society of Literature for outstanding contribution to literature.
In our latest OA Story, launched on the day of his retirement from teaching, we turn the tables on our presenter Trevor Llewelyn, as the Master, Dr Joe Spence, marks Trevor’s retirement from the College after 35 years with his very own OA Story.
This year’s Founder’s Day on Saturday 3 July comprised a hybrid of small events on campus throughout the day, live-streamed events, and pre-recorded films.