Our Community / School and Charity Partnerships

As a result of these, students have gone on to visit our partner schools in both countries, volunteering in the local community and supporting the teaching of the children as well as understanding more of the challenges that charities face working in the developing world.

2018 trip to Zambia

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Beyond Ourselves 

Beyond Ourselves is a charity which works alongside three community schools in Zambia to help bring much needed education, nutrition and basic medical care to the orphans and vulnerable children in those communities. To find out more, please visit their website

“One of the best trips I have been on in my 20 years of teaching…  there are a number of life changing stories to come out from the experience the boys had”

Tim Young, former chaplain at St Paul’s

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“Following the trip, the students better understand the process of international development, and have been inspired to further the reach of the development provided by Beyond Ourselves”

James Hawes, member of Paul’s 4 All 

Click to read James' full write up of the trip.

2017 Trip to Sri Lanka

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Senahasa Trust

Senahasa Trust is a small charity working at the community level in Sri Lanka across both health and education. The partnership with St Paul’s helps with their English language programme in a numbers of schools as well as running sports camps. To find out more, please visit their website.

The boys spent two weeks in Galle situated in southern Sri Lanka teaching oral English to primary school students in the morning and assisting with sports activities for secondary school students in the afternoon. The boys worked under the guidance of Senahasa teachers and gap year students to create engaging lessons and games to develop the students’ oral English skills. 

Interested in finding out more about Paul4All and our International Links Schools? 

Please email Head of Charities Mr Taylor TaylorRJ@stpaulsschool.org.uk.