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International Women’s Day

Today SPJ marked International Women’s Day, which took place last Friday 8 March. We marked it a week later because the Lower Third and a signifi…

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  • International Women’s Day

    Today SPJ marked International Women’s Day, which took place last Friday 8 March. We marked it a week later because the Lower Third and a signifi…

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  • U13 National Prep Schools’ Cross Country

    The U13 National Prep Schools' Cross Country team prior to the event at Malvern College on Sunday 10th March. The boys ran well in exceptionally windy…

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  • Fruits of our Labour Art show

    On Tuesday and Thursday after school, the Upper Thirds held their Private Views for the ‘Fruits of our Labour’ show, comprising mainly of oil paintings. 

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  • Rugby 7s

    The Senior 7s squad started their season with some silverware, coming home with medals and the Vase from the annual Caldicott Sevens.

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  • Harry Potter Studio Tour

    What better way to spend World Book Day than with 72 Lower Second Years and 10 excitable staff on the annual trip to Warner Bros. Harry Potter Studio Tour? 

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  • World Book Week

    Within the normal full calendar of St Paul’s Juniors, it became impossible to just celebrate World Book Day on a single date, so we decided to spread our celebrations across the whole week!

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  • Oxford Computing Challenge

    I arrived at the entrance of the building expecting a quiet room with people staring at books calculating the square root of 2.

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  • Perse Coding Competition

    The Perse coding competition is a national coding challenge that required entrants to solve problems by writing algorithms in Python and other programming languages.

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  • ​LGBT History Month

    The Juniors and Seniors collaborated to mark the end of LGBT History month this week in the form of two seminars. 

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  • ​​Maritime Detectives

    The Upper Seconds had a great time in Portsmouth on Tuesday, where they visited the Mary Rose Museum and got the chance to handle replica Tudor artefacts in their attempt to puzzle out what they could learn about life on board a ship five hundred years ago.

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