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Charities

One of the most heartening aspects of charitable fundraising at the College is the commitment and initiative shown by the boys themselves. In recent years they have organised numerous events including sports tournaments, talent shows, ‘bake-off’ style competitions and sponsored events. Most years the boys’ charity fund-raising efforts raise over £30,000 for good causes.

Our charity work has a benefit to the community, raises the boys’ awareness of the needs of those around them and encourages them to develop as considerate citizens with a strong sense of their responsibility in society. 

Local charities

The College supports many local charities with direct links to current pupils and staff including St Christopher’s Hospice, Macmillan, Papyrus, Shelter and the Hollington Club - a youth club situated in a deprived area of Camberwell which was originally founded by the College and continues to attract the support of Old Alleynians as well as our Community Action team.

Overseas charities

As a diverse and multi-cultural community we also look further afield. We have in recent years supported Tackle Africa, Water Aid and Amnesty International. The growth of our international schools has enabled us to support charities in their countries too.

Latest News

Assembly by members of The Uganda School Project

For the first time, and as part of our remodelling of our approach to Senior School charity, Lower, Middle Upper School are supporting one primary charity across the academic year. This year's charity, The Uganda School Project (TUSP), was founded by Harry Bucknell OA (00-05) and Sean Richardson (02-27) in 2016. For more information on TUSP please read the article in the Old Alleynian magazine.

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Year 7 students painting collaborative artwork

Where and Now?

Migrating comes with challenges and throughout Refugee Week we took the time to remember nothing happens in isolation, one movement impacts another. We questioned why having a Refugee Week is important. Benjamin Zephaniah reminded us

“… that refugees are not just statistics, they are living, breathing people…”

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Co-ordinators

DUCKS

Jo Parker

Junior School

Rebekah Diamond

Lower School

Fran Cooke

Middle School

Jacques Brown

Upper School

Karen Williams