Trips – Age 13-18

St Paul’s School has a rich and varied trips programme. Each year there are a huge number of day trips to local destinations and nearly fifty residential trips run across the school.

There are language trips and exchanges to Europe, subject trips such as the Economics Trip to the USA, the Physics visit to CERN or the Engineering trip to the Weizmann Institute in Israel. Closer to home there is the Cambridge Reading Trip for Humanities and the annual Philosophy trip to the How the Light Gets In Philosophy Festival, as well as Duke of Edinburgh Bronze in Sussex and Gold in the Lake District and Yorkshire.

Our sports teams benefit from pre-season training, mainly in UK destinations for the younger years and then in abroad in Europe for the older years. Once every three years we run a major sporting tour to destinations such as Japan, South Africa or Sri Lanka and our Rowers are regular competitors at the Head of the Charles in Boston. Firm believers in the physical, mental and well-being benefits of adventure sports and wilderness experiences, we have run a wide variety of trips all over the UK and all over the world, often with SPGS, featuring a wide range of adventure sports.

Finally we have an exciting partnerships programme with Beyond Ourselves, where St Paul’s School pupils are involved in classroom teaching in schools in Zambia.