Old Pauleans helping Prep 1's
Being part of the Old Pauleans Society means forever being connected to St. Paul's. The feeling of belonging is an essential part of being a current or former pupil of the school, and many students leave the school proud to be part of this community.
One testimonial of this was this group of Old Pauleans' visit to the school a couple of days ago. They signed up to visit the current Prep 1 pupils and share some of their memories at St. Paul's.
As Prep 1s are now studying St. Paul’s Schol's history, they could hear more about the changes in school throughout the years from Juliana(class of 2008), Renata (class of 2009), Stephanie (class of 2011), Carla (class of 1984), Astrid (class of 2001) and Gabriela. All of them enjoyed sharing memories from uniforms, to the differences in the buildings and the location of the facilities. Some of them even brought old yearbooks to show photos and memories.
The Prep 1s had a good time listening to the previous generations' stories and finding more information about the 96-year-old school where they study. It was also a great chance to foster community spirit among the young pupils.