- Speaking in Lords 06/12/2013
CCF Cadet Sergeant Oliver Grell took part in a special House of Lords debate about the legacy of the First World War.
- Rugby star visits 06/12/2013
Former England Rugby player Paul Grayson came to speak to The Leys Sports Academy.
- Going bananas 04/12/2013
The Leys has added bananas to the list of Fair Trade products which it provides.
- Author's visit 25/11/2013
Hollywood scriptwriter William Osborne came to talk about his debut children's novel, Hitler's Angel.
- Britten centenary 25/11/2013
Pupils from Years 7 and 8 joined in the global celebrations of the centenary of the birth of great British composer Benjamin Britten.
- Drama and music 18/11/2013
The talent of the school's actors and musicians lived up to the quality of their venue when the Great Hall Festival turned the spotlight on pupil performers.
- Magic of The Bard 15/11/2013
Great Hall Festival opened with a spellbinding one-man show by leading Shakespearean actor Michael Pennington.
- A life in mathematics 15/11/2013
Sir Andrew Wiles, the Old Leysian who found world fame as the man who proved Fermat's Last Theorem, gave the inaugural Leys Lecture in Great Hall.
- Sculptor's inspiration 13/11/2013
Sculptor Simon Hitchens, creator of the new work "Transition Point" which stands near Great Hall, talked to the school about his inspiration and working methods.
- The Poppy Girls 11/11/2013
Charlotte Mellor. 17, is one of The Poppy Girls whose official 2013 Poppy Appeal single was released on Remembrance Sunday.