Mu Chun Chiang has won second prize in the Saatchi Gallery/Sunday Telegraph Schools Art Prize 2011 with her portrait in oils, Mr Roberts, which the judges described as "exceptional".
Art in the spotlight
The annual Sixth Form Art Exhibition at the Michaelhouse Centre offered a showcase for the School's artists and musicians.
The Leys Careers Forum, in its 10th year, offered ideas and practical help for students heading into the world of work.
Old Leysian Victoria Royce gave a performance of contemporary piano music, using digital audio tape, in the latest Lunchtime Live recital.
Chef Tim Elks showed sixth-formers how to cook simple and nutritious meals on a budget.
Craft off to Oz
A keen young craftsman is taking a sample of his work with him when he joins his family in Australia.
Daily Mail Vase
The Leys 1st XV has its sights on the Daily Mail Vase - the team is just one match away from the finals at Twickenham.
Drama from scratch
Five A2 Theatre Studies students focused on gender roles for their final examined performance.
Elite squad role
Old Leysian Alex Goode has been called into England Rugby's Elite Player squad.
The Leys played host to visitors from South-West France for a week, marking the start of a new French exchange.
Honour for painters
Two Leysian art students have been made RBA Scholars by the Royal Society of British Artists.
The annual Muriel de Vinny and Elsie Swinton competition finals were judged by conductor Ralph Woodward.
Naval field trip
Pupils demonstrated their navigation skills when they piloted an ex-police patrol boat across the Solent as part of The Leys Naval CCF field trip to Portsmouth.
Six Leysians have won places to study at Oxford and Cambridge Universities this year.
Sixth-former Mu-Chun Chiang has been shortlisted for a prestigious schools' art prize.
Friendly rivals met for their traditional end-of-season rugby match.
England international hockey player James Albery has won the Roy Burrell Award for sporting excellence in Cambridgeshire.
A team of Design Technology pupils from The Leys has won the Cambridgeshire Rotary Technology Tournament 2012.
Faye Curran (U6) has been selected for the Saxon Tigers.
The 1st XV have won a place in the final of the Daily Mail RBS Vase, to be held at Twickenham on April 4.
Drama teacher Stephen Hancock's stage adaptation of Dracula went back to the source novel's Victorian roots.
Wi-Fi for Pupils
New wireless technology installed by the IT department enables pupils to access the network with mobile devices.
Writers honour James
James Albery has been named as Under 16 Hockey Player of the Year.