One of the weaknesses of the league table culture is its tendency to focus on statistics. An education at St Paul’s is not about percentages of A grades or whatever. It is about enabling pupils to get to their first choice of university. We have helped the overwhelming majority of Paulines to achieve their personal aims; it is the people we care about, not just the statistics.
Since 2008, we have not allowed our results, good though they were, to be released for the compilation of the August league tables. We believe that raw statistics are not an accurate guide to the quality of education available in a school, and schools which would otherwise tend to top the league tables are in a unique position to take a lead in undermining them.
Once all appeals have been heard (usually in November), we publish our results here. You can access our latest published set of exam results below.
Nicholas Weninger was highly commended for his essay on the hydrogen economy. More
Our team’s performance was rewarded with a distinction. More
Joe Benton won a bronze medal and came second in the UK team. More
This year, 69 boys competed and all received recognition. More
Our third science conference saw 25 schools take part. More
Paulines competed in the ESU Schools Mace and UCLU Schools Cup. More
Four gold and six silver medals for Paulines. More
St Paul’s maintains its exceptional record of Oxbridge and US university offers. More
St Paul’s wins its regional competition. More
As the year drew to a close, our Target 2.0 team members distinguished themselves. More