West London Partnership Logo Competition

In November, the West London Partnership launched a competition for pupils to design their new logo.

All designs were sent to the West London Partnership for the overall judging and Fifth Form pupil, Muhammad Hasan’s logo was chosen from over 40 entries from nine partner schools as the ultimate winning logo.

Congratulations to everyone who created a logo, and to Muhammad especially whose logo will now become the official emblem of the West London Partnership.

There were over 15 logo designs submitted from St Paul’s and a winner from each year group has been chosen by an independent judging panel.

The winning logos can be found here.

The West London Partnership is an association of secondary schools from both the independent and state sectors in West and South West London.

The overarching aims and aspirations are:

  • To create a genuine partnership built on sustainable, collaborative projects where schools and other institutions work together, sharing resources and expertise, to address educational needs and to enrich learning for everyone.
  • To maintain and co-ordinate the good work already begun while sharing ideas and new initiatives so that we learn from each other and ensure maximum impact, reach and engagement and help to break down barriers, promoting social mobility and social cohesion by being inclusive to all levels and abilities.
  • To collaborate in promoting best practice in education and to engage with a range or partners to enhance education and opportunity eg IntoUniversity, Springboard, local universities, local authorities, MPs, councillors, charities.