Jeremy Withers Green

Volunteers play a crucial role in our community, working tirelessly behind the scenes in various projects happening across the different sectors of the school. Some of our leading volunteers, talk to us about their roles within the St Paul’s Community and why they wanted to give their time to these causes, as well as sharing some of their highlights from the role.

What is your current role at St Paul’s?

I am the Old Pauline Club’s Social Engagement Officer and will take on the editorship of Old Pauline communications from Simon Bishop in 2020.

What encouraged you to volunteer?

I was a bursary boy as my parents wanted me to have the best education they could not afford. When I left my day job, I felt it was time to give back to the school that opened up opportunities to me.

What is the best project you have been involved with?

The termly events programme is evolving into an informative, highly professional publication that is setting the benchmark for all the communications that the Pauline Community produces. It has been great to be involved in its production since inception.