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Charity Concert (previously advertised as ‘Fourth and Fifth Charity Concert’)
Time: 19:00
Venue: St Paul’s School - Wathen Hall

4th, 5th and L8th form ensembles perform a selection of pieces including a performance by the Junior Symphony Orchestra. This is a charity concert and there will be a retiring collection for Sistema UK Young Leaders Programme.

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Arts | All

Murder in the Cathedral By T.S. Eliot – Directed by Edward Williams
Time: 19:30 - 22:30
Venue: St Paul’s School - Samuel Pepys Theatre

It is 900 years since Archbishop Thomas à Becket was murdered in Canterbury Cathedral and almost 40 years since Archbishop Oscar Romero was assassinated as he said Mass in a chapel in El Salvador. Both had incurred the anger of the authorities and both were killed by order of their head of state. This production of Murder in the Cathedral, which will seek to explore parallels between the two stories, will be performed in St  Peter’s Church, Acton Green as part of the Bedford Park Festival, as well as in the Samuel Pepys Theatre.

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Arts | All

Old Pauline Club Annual Dinner
Time: 19:00
Venue: Honourable Artillery Company

The Old Pauline Club invites all Old Paulines to join them for their Annual Dinner which this year will be held at the Honourable Artillery Company. This event is a wonderful opportunity to get together with old friends and hear an update from the school. We are
pleased to announce Major James Kelly will be the guest speaker for this year’s event. 

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Community | Old Paulines

Fifth Form Summer Party
Time: 19:30
Venue: Auriol Kensington Rowing Club, Hammersmith

Fifth Form parents are warmly invited to join us for our summer party where there will be a welcome drink, finger and bowl food and a cash bar.

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Community | Parents

20 Year Reunion
Time: 18:30
Venue: St Paul’s School

We invite all those who left St Paul’s in 1999 to join us for a celebration of your time at the school and to catch up on all that has taken place in the 20 years since.
Hosted by Imran Hamid, Rob Bayne and Matt Kent, we look forward to welcoming you back to see the new school buildings and meet old friends.

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Community | Old Paulines

Murder in the Cathedral By T.S. Eliot – Directed by Edward Williams
Time: 19:30
Venue: St Peter’s Church, Acton Green

It is 900 years since Archbishop Thomas à Becket was murdered in Canterbury Cathedral and almost 40 years since Archbishop Oscar Romero was assassinated as he said Mass in a chapel in El Salvador. Both had incurred the anger of the authorities and both were killed by order of their head of state. This production of Murder in the Cathedral, which will seek to explore parallels between the two stories, will be performed in St Peter’s Church, Acton Green as part of the Bedford Park Festival, as well as in the Samuel Pepys Theatre.

Ticket information released shortly.

Arts | All

Van Gogh Seen Through a Painter’s Eyes
Time: 14:30
Venue: Tate Britain

SPARTA warmly invites you, your sons and family to join us for an exclusively guided Midsummer Exhibition: Tate Britain. Michael Grant, Head of Art at St Paul’s School, explains the technique behind some of the most famed paintings in history.

For more information please email sarahmarangoni.dw@gmail.com

Arts | All

New Parents’ Welcome Evening (externals)
Time: 17:15
Venue: St Paul’s School

New parents of boys entering the Fourth Form are invited to visit us at St Paul’s to meet some of the staff, including your son’s future tutor, and to find out more about the school before your son begins in September. This event is aimed at all those whose sons who do not already attend St Paul’s Juniors.

Invite only. For more information regarding this event, please email SMPA@stpaulsschool.org.uk

School | Parents

Primary School Football Day
Time: 09:00
Venue: St Paul’s School

Year 5 state school pupils are invited to St Paul’s for a day of music, art and humanities, ending in a five-a-side football tournament.

If you wish to get involved in our Partnerships Programme, please contact jcm@stpaulsschool.org.uk

Community | Partnerships

Upper First Year Play: The Day the Crayons Quit
Time: 18:15
Venue: St Paul’s Juniors - School Hall

The Upper First Year proudly present, for one night only, their stage adaptation of The Day the Crayons Quit. Join the revolt as the crayons write letters of protest to their 10 year old owner. But what would happen if there were no colours left?

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Arts | All

Music: OP/Leavers’ Concert (Wathen Hall)
Time: 19:00
Venue: St Paul’s School

Old Paulines and Leavers perform together at this concert which is always a memorable occasion. 

Tickets: Free entry tickets required

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New Parents’ Welcome Evening (SPJ)
Time: 17:15
Venue: St Paul’s School

New parents of boys entering the Fourth Form are invited to visit us at St Paul’s to meet some of the staff, including your son’s future tutor, and to find out more about the school before your son begins in September. This event is aimed at all those whose sons who already attend St Paul’s Juniors.

Invite only. For more information regarding this event, please email SMPA@stpaulsschool.org.uk

Milton Gallery: A Level Art Showcase Private View
Time: 18:00
Venue: St Paul’s School

All are welcome to celebrate the end of exams with this exhibition of our Upper Eighth artists’ final pieces from this year’s A-Level alongside work-in-progress from our current Lower Eighth. This show is guaranteed to be varied, vibrant and ambitious and we encourage all those considering Art A-Level to come and have a look around as well as any family and friends who wish to support our Eighth Form artists.

Booking not required. For more information regarding this event, please email LRMcL@stpaulsschool.org.uk

St Paul’s School Summer Festival
Time: 11:45 - 17:00
Venue: St Paul’s School - Big Side

Guests can soak up the atmosphere whilst enjoying a wide range of street food and drink, including OP Ale by Friendship Adventure and a Pimm’s double-decker bus.

For those that like a challenge, the afternoon will kick off with the St Paul’s Colour Fun Run, a 2k dash (or stroll!) around the school grounds; there’s also a giant inflatable obstacle course for the over 7s, a climbing wall for 11+ and plenty of activities for the little ones.

Enjoy live music and drama throughout the afternoon with a spectacular range of music from St Paul’s School and St Paul’s Juniors ensembles, including drumlines, gypsy jazz and the St Paul’s Battle of the Bands winner on our central bandstand. The best of St Paul’s Drama is showcased in the more intimate drama marquee with a series of monologues from world drama and stand-up comedy from the reigning kings of Imp Soc.

Creative types can enjoy the hands-on craft tent and, for a more cerebral experience, a wide range of debates and talks will be held in the spoken word tent. Practical challenges to test your brainpower will also take place throughout the day, including giant crosswords and maths puzzles…

Bring your little brothers and sisters, your granny and grandad, and all your friends for a fun day out for all the family!

Gates open 11.45am. Colour Run 12.30pm. Entertainment from 1pm

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Cricket Festival
- 00:00
Venue: Monkton Combe

The annual cricket festival, hosted this year by Monkton Combe, will welcome The Leys School and Fettes College for a three-day competition.

Sport | All

Third Years Prize Giving
Time: 08:30
Venue: St Paul’s Juniors - School Hall

This annual event is an opportunity to celebrate the efforts and successes of the Lower and Upper Third Year pupils of St Paul’s Juniors. Led by St Paul’s Juniors Head, Maxine Shaw, we recognise the academic, drama, sport and music achievements of the boys. Prizes will be presented by the High Master of St Paul’s School, Professor Mark Bailey, in this hour-long ceremony.

Invite only. For more information regarding this event, please email AJ@stpaulsschool.org.uk

School | Parents, Students

Universities Fair

Venue: St Paul’s School - Sport Hall

Our universities fair will feature representatives from several top universities who will discuss what their institutions can offer and specifics relating to applications made through UCAS. This event will be held in the sports hall and Sixth and Lower Eighth Form pupils will be invited to attend, along with parents and students from partner schools. The universities department look forward to seeing many of you there.

For more information regarding this event, please email syf@stpaulsschool.org.uk

Careers | Students, Partner Schools, Parents

Primary School Cricket Day with Chance to Shine
Time: 09:00
Venue: St Paul’s School

In association with cricket charity Chance to Shine, Sixth Formers will be hosting a fun skills workshop for local primary schools, culminating in a mini competition.

Invite only. If you would like to get involved with our Partnerships Programme, please email jcm@stpaulsschool.org.uk

Junior Prizegiving
Time: 17:00
Venue: St Paul’s School

The 2019 Junior Prize Giving ceremony will take place on Wednesday 26 June, celebrating the successes of the Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Forms of St Paul’s School. The ceremony is focused around presentations of outstanding work across a range of subjects and the guest speaker is a relatively recent OP who has made his name in his chosen field. Parents of prizewinners are invited to attend for this special evening and join guests following the event for a drinks reception.

Invite only. For more information regarding this event, please email events@stpaulsschool.org.uk

School | Students, Parents

Rowing: Henley Royal Regatta (until Sun 7 July)

Venue: St Paul’s School

St Paul’s School 1st VIII will be competing in the Princess Elizabeth Cup at the most prestigious rowing regatta in the world, Henley Royal Regatta. Be sure to also look out for Old Paulines competing for their UK and USA universities at Henley; more information about the crews and race times will become available closer to the event. It’s enormously important to our rowers to have as much support as possible when they compete and we encourage you all to come and support the St Paul’s rowers at Henley.

US Universities Farewell Party (Montgomery Room)
Time: 15:00
Venue: St Paul’s School

Join the US universities team for their farewell to all Upper Eighth students who will be studying at US universities in the autumn term.

For more information regarding this event, please contact CAG@stpaulsschool.org.uk

Leavers’ Ceremony
Time: 16:45
Venue: St Paul’s School - Sports Hall

This event marks the formal end of the Upper Eighth pupils’ time at St Paul’s. Following the ceremony, guests are invited to join their tutors and staff for a party in Founders’ Court with a range of drinks and street food on offer.

Invite only. For more information regarding this event, please email events@stpaulsschool.org.uk

School | Students, Parents

Corporate Communion
Time: 08:00
Venue: St Paul’s School

An invitation is offered to the wider school community for Holy Communion. The service lasts 40 minutes and guests are welcome to join us for breakfast after the service.

For more information regarding this event, please email chaplain@stpaulsschool.org.uk

Drinks Reception at Henley
Time: 14:00
Venue: Henley Royal Regatta - St Paul’s Tent

For the third year we will be hosting a drinks reception for all of the St Paul’s Community on the Saturday of the Regatta. Attendees are invited to pop by the St Paul’s Tent for a glass of something cold, to catch up with fellow rowers and celebrate the efforts of the boys! Do note, the time of this event may be changed around the race time.

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Community | All

Material Science Summer School (until Thurs 11 July)

Venue: St Paul’s School

State school pupils are invited to apply for this intensive science course led by St Paul’s School and IOM3. The course is organised and run in partnership between St Paul’s School, the Institute of Physics and Queen Mary University of London. It brings to life the complex subject of particle physics through a series of workshops and lectures led by teachers and academic researchers. The course will demonstrate the importance of the field across the sciences, engineering and computer science.

Anybody studying physics or who has a link with IOM3 is encouraged to get in touch if you would like to join the course by emailing partnerships@stpaulsschool.org.uk

OP Third Thursday Drinks
Time: 18:30
Venue: Park Plaza Hotel, Primo Bar

We invite OPs from across the generations to join us on the Third Thursday of each month in April. May and July. This event series is an opportunity for OPs to meet and reconnect in venues across London and to share good conversation over a drink or two.

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Preparing for University - Year 12 Day
Time: 10:40
Venue: St Paul’s School

Year 12 pupils from both St Paul’s School and Partner Schools will attend a series of presentations on applying to university, including an optional lunchtime session with Old Paulines who are presently studying at university on their thoughts and reflections on student life, and tips on studying their subject. The lunchtime session will also include presentations from current Upper Eighth pupils on their experiences of preparing for university tests and interviews and how they chose a particular college. The afternoon will be devoted to subject specific university prep.

For more information regarding our Partnerships Programme, please contact jcm@stpaulsschool.org.uk

St Paul’s CU Summer House Party
- 00:00
Venue: Worth School

Paulines have enjoyed the Christian Union summer holidays, or ‘house parties’, for 100 years. Hundreds of Old Paulines look back on these holidays as among the most treasured memories of their time at St Paul’s as a place to build a community where boys can learn about the Christian faith in a friendly, all-inclusive and pressure-free environment. This is an excellent way for boys starting St Paul’s in August 2019 to create some great friendships before they have even started school. 

All Paulines, including those about to start in August 2019, and those who have just finished the Upper Eighth are welcome. For more information, please email FryerE@stpaulsschool.org.uk

Moonlight by Harold Pinter - Directed by Christian Anthony
Time: 19:30 - 19:30
Venue: Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith

Andy, an ailing, foul-mouthed patriarch, is desperate for reconciliation with his two estranged sons. Haunted by the presence of his dead daughter Bridget and the very real presence of his irascible wife Bel, the dying Andy muses on guilt, lost loves and his own morality. Pinter’s final full length play, performed by a cast of senior actors, is an elegiac meditation on family, shot through with raucous wit.

Tickets on sale soon HERE