St. Paul' s School leavers enroll into courses at college schools or universities around the world. Here is a list of our pupils' destinations in the last five years.
Welcome to the Sixth Form at St. Paul’s, a happy and challenging study environment for pupils aged 16 to 18.
Our sixth-formers are bright, independent learners and critical thinkers who leave the school well prepared for the challenges of higher education and the world of work, whether at home and abroad. Our curriculum, administered via the IB Diploma Programme, is academically rigorous and robust.
Examination results at St Paul’s are invariably good, and often outstanding, which ensures that our pupils have opportunities to study at the most prestigious universities throughout the world. Pupils can choose from a wide range of subjects and have the opportunity to pursue their talents and specific interests in greater depth.
The Extended Essay, CAS (Creativity, Action and Service), and ToK (Theory of Knowledge) elements of the course are crucial in encouraging our pupils to analyse the world around them and to develop a world view that will stand them in good stead for the rest of their lives.
To complement this academically challenging curriculum, and to provide sixth-formers with a truly holistic education, the school offers a unique PSHE (personal, social and health education) programme. This includes our own “how to” course where pupils are prepared for the practical challenges of adult life, from ironing shirts and sewing on buttons to financial planning. Every pupil is supported by a network of experienced pastoral staff.
Many of our sixth-formers have been at the school since entering the Pre-Prep at the age of three, and are eloquent, well-mannered, and hard-working individuals who care deeply about their friends and the world about them. When they leave us, they are inspired and equipped to make the world a better place.