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British Depth Studies

British Depth Studies C.500-1100 (Anglo-Saxon and Norman Britain)

A collaboration between St Paul’s and the University of East Anglia has seen Mr Seel join forces with the High Master to write a history textbook that focusses on the English Middle Ages. 

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  • Skiing in Japan

    After two flights, a long drive and a nine-hour time difference, the trip finally arrived in Hokkaido. At Niseko ski resort the group soon got stuck into the fresh, champagne powder for which Japan is famous. 

  • Pauline University Destinations

    2016 Destinations: a superb year for the leavers of 2016 - over half currently enrolled at universities ranked in the top 20 in the world.

  • 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.