Skip To Main Content

Old Alleynian Association Alumni Awards

Inspiring the next generation of pupils at Dulwich College

In 2024 the Old Alleynian Association launches its alumni award programme to recognise alumni who have made an outstanding contribution to society through their voluntary service, academic achievements or professional success, or whose behaviour and values inspire others.

2024 Awards

  • Young Alumni Achievement Award (Under 40)
  • Lifetime Achievement Award (Over 40)

Eligibility

The awards are open to all living alumni who are over 18 and were educated at Dulwich College for a minimum of two academic years after the age of seven.

Honorary Staff OAs, but not current and former members of staff who are not Honorary Staff OAs, are eligible for nomination.

Any alumni, current or former member of staff can nominate an OA for an award although self-nomination is not allowed.

Nomination

Nominations for the 2024 awards will open on Wednesday 1 May and close on Friday 31 May and can be made by completing the Alumni Awards 2024 Nominations form.

Any questions please contact Trevor Llewelyn, Secretary OAA at llewelynt@dulwich.org.uk.

All nominations should be made in confidence; the nominee should not be told that they have been nominated.

Awarding Process

Once nominations close, a shortlist of nominees will be drawn up by an awarding committee comprising the Master of the College, a College Governor (OA), representatives of the Old Alleynian Association, the College Senior Prefect body and the Development Office.

Shortlisted nominees will then be contacted to confirm that they are happy to be proposed as a candidate for the awards. The shortlist will not be made public.

By consenting to nomination, the award winners are also consenting to take part in the College’s publicity activities relating to the awards.

The winners of the two awards, will be announced at the end of the Summer Term and honoured at two special school assemblies early in Michaelmas Term.

Each recipient will receive an OAA Medal.

Discover More