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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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  • New Events Schedule

    A new events programme has launched for 2018. See what’s on during Spring Term.

  • Spotlight on SureLight

    SureLight is a Young Enterprise team consisting of pupils in the Lower Eighth Form. Team member Felix Craig-McFeely explains the idea behind their bike safety product:

  • U15 Rugby Success

    The U15 Year group has had a remarkable Rugby Season with the A, C, D and E teams all going unbeaten on a very tough Saturday fixture circuit. 

  • St Paul’s Takes the Lead in Regional Heat of Maths Challenge

    This afternoon, St Paul’s played host to the West London regional round of the Senior Team Mathematical Challenge. It proved a popular heat with 30 schools entering, the greatest number of any regional heat, including strong opposition such as Eton College and City of London Girls’ School.

  • Seniors and Juniors Perform Well at Borough Cross Country

    Last Friday, 17 November, St Paul’s competed in the Richmond Schools’ Cross Country with great success. 

  • In Conversation with Henry Marsh

    St Paul’s School Medical Society is delighted to announce that Henry Marsh, the renowned neurosurgeon and award-winning writer, will be visiting the School on Friday 1 December at 6.30pm.

  • Harry Grindle Selected for National Athletics Programme

    Harry Grindle has been invited to join the Athlete Academy of Sporting Excellence programme, aimed at athletes aged 16-18 who have shown the potential to become senior internationals. 

  • Interview with Douwe De Graaf

    Upper Eight pupil shares his experiences of winning Gold in the Junior World Championships.

  • Colet Day Run

    On Thursday 5 October, a group of SPS staff ran from St Paul’s Cathedral back to the School in aid of charity.

  • Second Annual Sri Lanka Link School Trip

    Over the first few weeks of the summer holidays, ten Paulines participated in the second annual Sri Lanka Link School trip in conjunction with the Senahasa Trust.