Events

The St Paul’s Community Events programme provides our community access to interesting speakers, incredible venues and an immense network. Please browse our events series below or download a digital copy of the brochure here.

20 January

Sixth Form Parents’ Meeting: Lower Eighth Subject Choices

Sixth Form parents are invited to learn more about A Level subject choices at this information evening. The talk will be followed by a drinks reception in the Samuel Pepys Foyer.  
21 January

A Level Theatre Studies Showcase

The A Level Theatre Studies students, inspired by Steven Berkoff’s highly physical and provocative performance style, have devised two separate pieces of theatre. The first, about the life of the notorious Kray brothers, and the second, the story of an innocent man, falsely accused of a crime, who is changed irrevocably by the justice system. Audience: All
22 January

Fifth Form Parents’ Coffee Morning – Earlsfield

Please join us for the opportunity to catch up with fifth form parents over a cup of tea. RSVP to Anna Snowden
22 January

Upper Second and Lower Third Year Pop-Up Art Show

All parents are warmly invited to attend the Private View of the joint pop-up exhibition from the Lower Thirds and Upper Seconds entitled Feast and Famine (and Flowers). Doors open from 6.30pm to 8pm. Booking details to be released shortly.  
22 January

St Paul’s Masterclass: Computing

Head of Computing, Chris Harrison joins the St Paul’s Masterclass series, presenting the first of three sessions about computing. Over the course of three weeks, we will give you a brief introduction to coding in Python, a little insight into what happens inside the box when you power on your laptop and look at exactly what happens between the moment you type in […]
23 January

A Celebration of British Craftsmanship

The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST) is a charity which supports excellence in British craftsmanship by funding the training and education of talented and aspiring craftspeople through traditional college courses, apprenticeships or one to one training with a master craftsperson. This exhibition, inspired by QEST’s recent book titled ‘A Celebration of British Craftsmanship’, features portraits and stories of some of the 500+ Scholars from across […]
24 January

Sixth Form Parents’ Drinks Party

This January we invite parents to drinks and canapés at Kindred in Hammersmith, to catch up following the festive period. Audience: Parents
28 January

PSHE Fourth and Fifth Form Parents’ Seminar: Julie Johnson, Resilience

In our increasingly busy and stressful world, the skill of resilience is part of the tool kit which can enable a young person to negotiate the complexities, stresses and strains of the 21st Century. Julie Johnson will speak about the importance of building resilience, and give guidance and practical tips on how parents could encourage […]
30 January

SPARTA Lecture: The Miraculous Journey of a Diamond

By popular demand, SPARTA is delighted to welcome back geologist and diamond expert, Alessandro Borruso of Sotheby’s. His evening lecture will take the audience on a fascinating journey revealing unique synergies between Mother Nature and Mankind as celebrated by artists throughout time. Booking details to be released shortly.  
01 February

Evensong in Oxford

The St Paul’s School and St Paul’s Juniors Recital Choirs join forces to sing a guest evensong service in an historic Oxford College.
02 February

Joint Strings Day

String players are invited to participate ina Joint Strings Day at St Paul’s Girls’ School which will culminate in a performanceof a classic work from the string orchestra repertoire, directed by Hilary Sturt.
03 February

Feast Service 2020

Old Paulines and their guests, Upper Eighth parents and pupils are most welcome to attend the Evensong Service in the Cathedral sung by the St Paul’s School choir. After the Service, we are delighted to hold a reception at Mercers’ Hall where you are invited for a buffet supper, including wine.