Alex joins tour
Old Leysian Alex Goode has been named in Stuart Lancaster's 42-man squad which is about to tour South Africa.
All that jazz
A quartet of jazz musicians entertained the School with a performance in the sunny Lower Quad.
Archaeologist Dr Kate Pretty, Principal of Homerton College, gave an interesting and wide-ranging talk to the Russell Group.
Athletes' medal haul
Leysians won 15 medals in track and field events at the Cambridgeshire County Athletics Championship.
Author's writing class
Comic novelist Mark Lowery amused Year 7 and 8 pupils with a reading from his first book, then challenged them to come up with their own plots and characters.
The Leys played host to the Book Mastermind final, in which the school took on teams from The Perse and St Mary's.
Four business-minded pupils beat thousands of schools to reach the national final of the ifs Student Investor Challenge - and were unlucky to be pipped for the top place.
The Leys CCF Army and Navy cadets were inspected by Col Peter Kumik at their Biennial Review.
CCF team wins
A team of Leysians has won the premier challenge for CCF Army and Navy cadets at Welbeck College.,
Cricket legend's visit
Cricketing legend Sir Garfield "Garry" Sobers visited The Leys Cricket Academy's young players and gave them plenty of good advice.
The Leys Rugby 1st XV tasted glory at Twickenham for a second time when they won the Daily Mail RBS Under-18s Vase during the Easter break.
Will Hooley has been selected for a "Dream Team" of all-star school rugby players by Rugby World magazine.
Essay prize win
Year 11 pupil Natasha Mulley impressed the judges of an essay competition run by the Institute of Physics - but an exam clash meant she missed out on the honour of delivering her paper at its London HQ.
Exam Results 2012
The Leys has gained some outstanding A level and GCSE results this summer, which statistically point to the highest academic standards ever achieved at The Leys.
Fast and furious
Fancy dress combined with plenty of energy to make Scorpion Football a successful charity fundraiser.
First column raised
School Bursar Paul McKeown helped to put up the first part of the metal frame of Great Hall, the biggest building project undetaken by The Leys in 136 years.
Wesley Methodist Chapel in Cambridge was the scene of a concert to celebrate the links between The Leys and St Faith's.
Goode's Test start
Old Leysian Alex Goode made his first start for England in the final Test against South Africa in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.
Honour for team
The Leys U18 Rugby XI has been awarded its first "Team of the Month" title by Rugby World magazine.
Making the news
Year 8 pupils put together their own news programme with help from a BBC News editor.
The End of Year Concert at the West Road concert hall was a showcase for the School's diverse musical talents.
Mathematics prodigy Josh Lam's brilliance has won him Silver at the International Maths Olympiad 2012,
Olympic sailor's visit
Stuart Bithell from the GB Sailing team gave an inspiring talk to Year 8 pupils, then joined another group of five young sailors from The Leys for a special masterclass at Huntingdon Sailing Club.
Pupils with Oxbridge ambitions got a taste of University life and honed their thinking skills at a special master class.
Place in Athens
Classics student Ed Cannon (U6) has gained a place on a prestigious course run by the British School at Athens.
Eminent theologian Professor Morna Hooker enlighted sixth-formers at a fascinating seminar.
The Leys enjoyed a good run in the Junior Schools' Challenge general knowledge quiz but lost out in the regional round to a team from Mrs Thatcher's old school.
St George's Day
The International Society celebrated the overseas connnections of England's patron saint.
Gregory's Girl, a comedy about the growing pains of adolescence, was the Year 9 Play staged this week.
The Witches, based on Roald Dahl's well-loved book of the same name, was brought to the stage by Moulton House pupils.