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.

12 December

Corporate Communion

Parents and OPs are welcome to join us for this Eucharist Service (which includes an anthem sung by the Chapel Choir) from 8-8.40am, with optional full breakfast 8.40-9.10am. Please arrive in the SPS Reception by 7.50am. To RSVP, please e-mail Rev Matthew Knox at Audience: All
19 December

2019 Leavers First Term Reunion

The Leavers of 2019 are invited to their first reunion following their first term at university. Join fellow classmates for a Christmas drink near school to catch up on the activities of the first term. Audience: Old Paulines
15 January

New York Lunch

Join the New York branch for a fabulous lunch at the University Club. This lunch is the perfect opportunity for OPs who have moved state-side for university or former St Paul’s parents who have relocated to connect with the community in New York.  
15 January

Lower Eighth Form Parents’ Meeting: University Entrance Procedures

This talk will welcome parents of the Lower Eighth Form to learn more about university entrance procedures for the UK and abroad (excluding USA). The talk will be followed by a drinks reception. For more information, please email Sally Kirkham
16 January

Old Pauline Lodge Dinner

The Old Pauline Lodge was founded in 1919 for old boys and current and former staff of St Paul’s School. Membership reflects the rich cultural and religious diversity found at the school itself. The Lodge hosts four meetings at the school each year and prides itself on the excellence of it’s dinners.
17 January

St Paul’s Model United Nations Conference

Model United Nations is a student debating activity which follows the format of a United Nations assembly. Delegations take the role of individual countries and work together in committees to debate and resolve a range of different topics. Sir Simon Fraser OP (1971-75), former Permanent Under-Secretary of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, will be delivering this year’s opening address. Audience: Students, Partner Schools
17 January

Lower Eighth Parents’ Coffee Morning

An opportunity to catch up with other Lower Eighth Form parents after the Christmas Holidays. RSVP to Sara Kaprielian
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. Audience: Parents
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 & 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. Audience: Parents
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 […]