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.
Thank you to all who joined us for this insightful webinar. It was a pleasure to welcome back Patrick Humphries OA (1963-69) as we celebrated the works of some of Dulwich's best alumni authors of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
In today's OA Story we chat with Peter Hogan OA, 1963-70. Peter is best known as co-creator of graphic novel series 'Resident Alien' which has just been commissioned for a second series on Sky TV. Peter tells us all about his varied and fascinating career.
Old Brightonians v Old Alleynians
Old Alleynians 128 all out (43.4 overs) lost to Old Brightonians 129/5 (35.3 overs) by
Thank you to all who attended our first ever Alleyn Club Spring Reception. We were delighted to be joined by OAs Stewart Purvis CBE and Lionel Barber to discuss the future of modern journalism at a time of mobile phones and social media, and where the traditional news cycle has been replaced with 24 hours a day output.
As part of the programme for Mental Health Awareness Week, Nick Brown and Phil Greenaway were delighted to welcome a panel of experts to explore the links between a healthy body and a healthy mind.
Thank you to all who attended our first “virtual” annual Canon Carver Society Gathering.
Saturday 22 May at Merchant Taylors School
Old Alleynians 0 (0) - Old Foresters 3 (1)
Thank you to all who attended Tuesday evenings Healthcare Lecture Series on the theme of Covid and Healthcare in a post-Covid world, which came the evening after the Government moved to Step 3 of the easing of lockdown restrictions and at a time when concerns are being raised over the spread of the new B.1.617 variant of Covid19.
The Old Alleynian Association Football Club (OAAFC) have reached the Semi Final of the Arthur Dunn Cup
First Round match against Old Brightonians will be on Sunday 13 June.
After some 37 separate competitions over the course of the academic year, the annual tussle to be overall Upper School House victors came to an end on Wednesday afternoon with Sidney in pole position.
We are delighted to share with you a short film by Hal Howe OA, a brilliant young filmmaker, about the life and expedition of one of the College’s most famous Old Alleynians, Sir Ernest Shackleton