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Founders of the Future Workshop

The school recently welcomed Founders of the Future to come in and host a tech sector workshop. 

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  • London swimming regionals

    Sam Beverley (Year 9, Fourth form) won a gold medal in the 100m fly, with a time of 1.01.64. He is now ranked 2nd in Great Britain in his age group.

  • International Young Debaters

    Competing against hundreds of entrants from around the world, two Year 10 (Fifth form) teams made it through to the finals of the International Competition for Young Debaters. Only one other British school had a team in the top eight.

  • Stunning athletics results

    In both the Guy Butler Shield, held at Harrow, and the Medley Relays at Radley, Pauline athletes broke records, qualified for English Schools’ and won four medals.

  • Pauline rowers make their mark

    After trials in the Easter holiday, David Ambler, Freddie Davidson, Alfred Jacquemot (Year 12, Lower Eighth) and Marco Hughes (Year 13, Upper Eighth) have been selected to represent Great Britain at the Munich International Regatta this month.

  • US university success

    This year, 27 boys are bound for US Ivy League or equivalent universities — a superb achievement. This success builds on an already exceptional track record: our five-year average for 2010–2014 is 19.

  • National Youth Wind Ensemble

    Congratulations to Daniyal Sachee, Year 10 (Fifth form), on playing as first oboe with the National Youth Wind Ensemble in the Easter holiday. He was also their youngest player.

  • Drama centre and Samuel Pepys theatre

    The opening of the drama centre and Samuel Pepys theatre completes the second phase of our new building project

  • Movember 2014

    Once again, St Paul’s is supporting Movember, ‘a moustache-growing charity event held during November each year’, raising ‘funds and awareness for prostate cancer and testicular cancer’ and, now, for men’s mental health, too.

  • WW1: commemorating fallen Paulines

    Over the course of the last eight months, Carter Cortazzi, Nico Hedegaard, Oliver Hirsch and Joe Millard, all Year 13 (Upper Eighth) historians, together with Archie Foster (who finished at St Paul’s this summer), explored the wartime editions of The Pauline.

  • Jazz musician through to BBC finals

    Tom Smith (Year 13, Upper Eighth) is through to the final round of the BBC’s first Young Jazz Musician of the Year competition