A place to learn

Visitors to St. Paul’s instantly notice how much the pupils enjoy their learning – both inside and outside the classroom. An innovative, carefully structured curriculum, combined with excellent teaching, state of the art facilities, and the best in pastoral care, equip pupils to achieve their full potential and contribute to the world as conscientious global citizens. Our Pauleans are our real ambassadors. They embody the school’s values and understand what it takes to be a true Lion: they show determination, courage, kindness, and pride in all they do.

As stated in our BSO Inspection Report from December 2015:

St. Paul’s enables pupils to develop their self-knowledge, self-esteem and self-confidence well. Pupils of all ages are articulate, well mannered, very well behaved and engage with adults and their peers, both in class and around the school. They are supportive of their peers and are usually highly respectful in class. They show confidence when speaking and presenting both in class and elsewhere and are encouraged to do so by the teaching and the pastoral provision.

The full report can be viewed by clicking here.

We hope that these pages will give you an insight into what the learning experience is like at St. Paul’s. Here you will find information that explains how the school works as a whole, in our Whole School information section. You can also find specific curriculum information for each of our three schools, the Pre-Preparatory School (ages 3 – 6), the Preparatory School (ages 6 – 11), the Senior School (ages 11 – 18), including the Sixth Form (16 – 18). Please do contact us if you have any questions, or arrange a visit to come and see our pupils’ learning in action.