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  • 2015 International Informatics Olympiad Winner

    Two St Paul’s students represented the UK at the 2015 International Informatics Olympiad Competition in Kazakhstan, bringing home a silver medal.

  • Paulines figure prominently in GB rowing

    All members of our 1st VIII eligible on grounds of age have been selected to represent Great Britain this summer.

  • Triumph at Henley Royal Regatta

    St Paul’s has won the Princess Elizabeth Cup at Henley Royal Regatta for the first time since 1997, beating Westminster by 1⅔ lengths in a performance that crowns an already outstanding year for our rowers.

  • 2015 European CanSat Competition winners

    Team Impulse from St Paul’s School have taken home first prize from the 2015 European CanSat Competition.

  • English Schools’ National Championships

    After another two fantastic weekends of athletics in which St Paul’s won both the Charterhouse and Tonbridge meetings, three boys have been selected to represent Middlesex Schools in the English Schools’ National Championships at the Gateshead International Stadium, 11–12 July.

  • Cambridge English essay competition

    Will Maclean (Year 12, Lower Eighth) has been awarded first prize in the Thomas Campion English Essay Prize, organised and run by Peterhouse, Cambridge.

  • Centurions victorious over Hampton

    The 1st X1 continued their good form, beating Hampton School comprehensively last Saturday. The highlight was a record stand of 228 (Tom Powe 134/ Harveer Mahajan 105; Year 12, Lower Eighth) that led to a superb total of 301-4. In reply, Hampton were bowled out for 135.

  • Biology Olympiads and Challenge

    Tim Birkle (Year 13, Upper Eighth) has been selected for the UK team in this year’s International Biology Olympiad, to be held in Aarhus, Denmark.

  • Rowing: National Schools’

    St Paul’s easily topped the medal table at this year’s National Schools’ Regatta, taking four gold, five silver and three bronze medals. The nearest competitor won eight. No other school has broken into double figures in recent history.

    This is our best performance at the regatta and makes St Paul’s the pre-eminent UK school for rowing in 2014–15.

  • Lord Burghley winners

    The athletics team put in the strongest collective performance to win the Lord Burghley Trophy, held at Eton last weekend. School records were broken and the juniors and intermediates won their age groups.