Welcome to St Paul's School and St Paul's Juniors

Leading the way academically for over 500 years

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Welcome from the High Master

View an introduction to life at St Paul’s from Sally-Anne Huang, High Master

Welcome from the High Master

Bursaries

Assistance with fees

St Paul’s School is an academically selective school open to all boys, regardless of their economic or social circumstance. Financial assistance is available on a means- tested basis for families who may need support in paying school fees, with up to 100% fee remission.

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Meet Our Community

Meet Aidan
Acrobatic gymnast, chemist and mathematician.
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Meet a young volunteer
'We are a community'
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Meet Charlie
Theatre technician, volunteer and creative writer.
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Meet an open-minded all-rounder
‘I find St Paul’s a really enjoyable place to be’
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Meet Nile
Outside centre, globe trotter and psychologist.
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Meet a future medic
'There’s something for everyone’
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Pupils grow into confident young adults as a direct result of the autonomy the school provides them and the highest levels of pastoral support.
ISI Inspection 2017
Academic results are phenomenal: over 50% of A levels and Pre Us and 86% of GCSEs achieved A*s with 18% of leavers heading to Ivy League universities.
Tatler Schools Guide 2021 - St Paul's School
This is a school that suits boys of all types: ‘we love bookworks and rugby players’. All they ask is that pupils have a real enthusiasm for learning and an agile, enquiring mind.
Tatler Schools Guide 2021 - St Paul's Juniors

The clerihew, a whimsical four-line biographical poem was invented at St Paul’s by Edmund Clerihew Bentley (1875-1956). One of his best known is:

Sir Christopher Wren
Said, “I am going to dine with some men.
If anyone calls,
Say I am designing St Paul’s.

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Shaping our Future – Supporting excellence, inclusivity and inspiration

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Uniquely St Paul's

50%

of pupils went on to study at Oxbridge and Ivy League Universities or equivalent in 2018

100

minutes a day for senior pupils to enjoy clubs and societies during lunchtime

40%

of our boys study one or more musical instruments

20+

sports on offer for boys of all levels, from novice to elite