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St. Andrew
Alleyne Principal
Stephen Scott - Principal

Belleplaine, St. Andrew


Alleyne School is named after Sir John Gay Alleyne, Member of the General Assembly for St. Andrew, former Speaker of the House of Assembly of Great Britain. It is the only secondary school to be established during the lifetime of its founder.

Interesting facts about our school:

  • Founded in 1785.
  • First called the "Endowment School" then "the Seminary".
  • The first Government Secondary to become coeducational - January 21, 1947.
  • Established as a Government Grammar School on January 1, 1881.
  • The first second grade school to produce a student who gained the Higher School Certificate Examination - Alfred Blackett.
  • Coeducational unofficially in 1833 and 1844 when girls were in attendance.
  • There are three groups of former students called (Alumni) namely:
    • The Barbados Chapter
    • The Canadian Chapter
    • The United Kingdom Chapter


Our Motto

ALIIS NON SIBI (For Others Not Self).

Our Vision

To become the most disciplined school in Barbados with a high performance culture in which all students achieve a minimum of five CXCs or CVQs are socially developed and all staff are engaged in lifelong learning.

Our Mission Statement

The establishment of a unique, caring educational environment in which students develop good values, selfworth, responsibility, leadership, critical thinking and problem solving skills and achieve personal excellence.

School Organization



There are ten (10) Heads of Departments and six (6) Year Heads with responsibilities for Form Levels 1-6.



There are five forms at year levels 1 to 5. Each year level is managed by a Senior Teacher.



Various sports including athletics, badminton, cricket, football, hockey, netball and volleyball.



Activities include Band, draughts, etiquette, choir and I.S.C.F.
Alleyne Deputy Principal
Troy Phillips - Deputy Principal

School Song

Let us follow with industry and pride
The example of those who daily strive,
Through patient and unselfish devotion,
For satisfaction in a task well done.

Let us go forward Alleyians
To what is wholesome and sublime;
And daily by our lives, record
Our names in the annals of time.

On our walls, carved with earnest Endeavour
By all who have gone before us, mirror
Our Courage and quiet Humility,
A legacy fit for Posterity.

With simple Honesty we here unfold
Our achievements, our efforts and goals;
And daily God's richest hand may bless
Our future years with deserving success.