Parents’ Group – St Paul’s School

A partnership between home and school

The St Paul’s School Parents’ Group was formed in 1997 to encourage and enable greater parental involvement within the non-academic life of the School.

The Parents’ Group provides opportunities for informal peer group contact and support through its activities and social gatherings, which are valued and much enjoyed by many parents with children at St Paul’s School.

The main purpose of the Parents’ Group is to bring together the Pauline community of parents, pupils and staff. We run 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 and others are for individual year groups.

Each year group at St Paul’s School has its own parent committee, acting as a focal point for that year group’s events. From the five year group committees, two to three members are nominated to sit on the central Parents’ Group Committee, which works closely with the school in organising and running year group and whole-school events. In September, the Parents’ Group welcomes all new Fourth Form and Lower Eighth Form parents to attend drinks and supper in the dining hall. This is a great opportunity to meet fellow year group parents and members of the faculty.

You can contact the group by emailing the Chair, Irene HoMoore

Please read the Parent Group end of year review here

We are planning events for all the year groups to help you stay connected with other parents in your year. Please see a list of current events for the Summer Term below:

Sixth Form Summer Party – Thursday 24 June, 7pm

An evening under the stars in Anna and Mark’s garden in Putney to celebrate the end of a year of revisions and exams, and the beginning of summer out of lockdown. Please join us for a buffet dinner, bubbles and wine.

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Upper Eighth Farewell Summer Party – Wednesday 30 June, 7.30pm

Please join us for our last year group party at the Hurlingham Club in Fulham, one of England’s most prestigious and loveliest Private Members Clubs.

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Lower Eighth Summer BBQ – Wednesday 30 June, 7-10pm

Please join us for the Lower Eighth end of year summer BBQ. The ticket price includes a welcome drink on arrival, and a BBQ dinner. There will be a cash bar for further drinks. This event is outdoors, so dress appropriately for the whatever the weather.

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Fourth Form End of Year Celebration – Thursday 1 July, 7pm

Please join us for a Summer party at St. Paul’s School to celebrate the end of the Fourth Form – and the end of the lockdown.

PLEASE BOOK HERE

Please Note: All events are dependent on the Government implementing loosened Covid restrictions after 21 June. If Covid restrictions prevent any events from occurring, the ticket price, minus the booking fee, will be refunded.
If you have any suggestions for future events or would like to volunteer for the Parents’ Group Committee, please contact Chair of the SPSPG, Irene Ho-Moore on irene.ho.moore@gmail.com

St Paul’s Little Gold Book

The St Paul’s Parents’ Group have created the St Paul’s Little Gold Book showcasing the businesses of our talented St Paul’s community. This features businesses ranging from art & photography to coaching & therapy to food & drink and more! All owned and managed by our talented parents, OPs, and their close relations.

To see the diverse array of businesses on offer, please click here

Please the Parents’ Group at spbizdir@gmail.com if you have any queries or would like to showcase your business in the Little Gold Book.

Disclaimer of Endorsement:

The Little Gold Book Site contains information and content supplied by third parties. Information contained herein regarding any specific person, commercial product process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favouring by the Parent Group or the School. This is an initiative run by the St Paul’s Parent Group and not by St Paul’s School.