Throughout the year St Paul's School organises a number of ceremonial events for pupils and parents including John Colet Day, Act of Remembrance, and the Leavers' Ceremony.

11 September

Pauline Continuum Cycling – Isle of Wight – Tour of Britain Final Stage

PCC rides the Tour of Britain! SAVE THE DATE Join us on 11 September to ride the Tour of Britain Final Stage course before lunch watching the pros at the finish line. Details TBC Find out more about Old Pauline Club events here
17 September - 18 September

St Paul’s School Architecture Weekend 2022

A weekend for A-Level pupils interested in studying architecture, with an Architecture Study Day and Site Visit that will stimulate thinking and discussion about the process of design and making the built environment. An opportunity to discover architecture and explore key issues challenging design and practice today. Moving between talks and discussion, pupils will have the opportunity to develop their thinking in response to the ideas, approaches and projects presented. The Sunday site and talk at the Serpentine Pavilion, the Black Chapel by Theaster Gates, will be open to all parents and students.
11 October

Humanities Partnership Conference – 2022

This enrichment conference is designed for Year 12 students at Partnership schools either thinking of applying to read Humanities at university or simply interested in broadening their horizons.
11 October

GeogSoc Annual Conference 2022

This year's GeogSoc Conference will be focusing on food security and exploring its current state on a global, national and local scale. We are delighted to be joined by a range of speakers, include our keynote, Elisabeth Faure, the Director of the World Food Programme, London Office.
12 October

Piano Evening

This concert will see some of St Paul’s School’s more experienced pianists take to the Wathen Hall stage to delight us with their most recent repertoire.
12 October - 14 October

The Unreturning: Sixth Form Production

A 1918 private, a 2013 squaddie, a 2026 refugee. The Unreturning follows the interwoven journeys of three young men, each of them returning home from a different war.
29 October

Strings Afternoon

The strings afternoon is open to all string players (violin, viola, cello, double bass and harp) aged 8-15, girls and boys from any schools, grade 3 and above.
01 November

Predict the Booker Prize 2022

Join us to hear our student readers talk about each of the shortlisted books, and join us in voting for the one St Paul's thinks should win the prestigious Booker Prize of 2022.