Parents’ Groups

The St Paul’s Parents’ Group was formed in 1997 to encourage and enable greater parental involvement in the non-academic life of the School. All parents and guardians of boys at the School are members.

The main purpose of the St Paul’s School Parents’ Group is to bring together the Pauline community of parents, pupils and staff with an engaging calendar of events, including evening parties, debates, coffee mornings and educational tours.

These are events organised by parents for parents: some are open to the whole school community, others are for a particular year group.

Each year group at St Paul’s has its own committee acting as a focal point for that group’s events. From the five year group committees, members are nominated to sit on the central Parents’ Group Committee, which works closely with the School in organising and running whole-school events.

In September, the Parents’ Group welcomes all new parents to the School over drinks and supper in the dining hall. During the autumn term, the new year group forms its own committee to organise that group’s gatherings and activities, some members of which will be invited to join the Parents’ Group Committee.

The opportunities provided by the Parents’ Group for informal peer group contact and support through its activities and social gatherings are valued and much enjoyed by many parents with sons at St Paul’s.

You can contact the group by email or by writing to the St Paul’s Parents’ Group at the School.