A warm welcome to St. Paul’s School new Headmaster, Mr Titus Edge

We are delighted to announce that Mr Titus Edge has now taken over as Headmaster of St. Paul’s School. Mr Edge was Headmaster of Gordonstoun, one of the leading independent schools in the UK and a global leader in character education. In that sense both schools have a lot in common, as at St. Paul’s we believe in the power of a holistic education, preparing our pupils with strength of character and broad skills to face the challenges of the modern world. 

Mr Edge’s appointment also marks the first step in an exciting programme that will lead to the St. Paul’s centenary in 2026 and beyond. 

Mr Edge is a History graduate of Newcastle University and undertook his PGCE in Secondary Education at the University of Oxford. He has taught at several independent schools, including City of London School and Dulwich College, both as a teacher and in management positions. He also remains a governor at a leading prep school in Scotland. He is married to Marina, an Old Paulean, and knows São Paulo well. They have one daughter and twin sons. Everyone who has met him has been impressed with his energy, vision and collaborative approach. 

 In his own words, following his appointment, Mr Edge commented:

“I am hugely honoured to take over the headship of St. Paul’s. As one of the great British international schools, St. Paul’s stands out as a beacon of educational excellence in Latin America. I look forward to working with everyone at the school – pupils, staff, governors and parents – to build on the work Louise Simpson has done and ensure that this thriving and successful school approaches its centenary with confidence.” 

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