Last week St Paul’s organised and hosted our annual Living Library where students from nearby primary schools visit the school for an exciting morning of learning. Senior Paulinas organised ten-minute insights into a vast range of topics. From origami to chess, architecture to the Battle of Hastings, or even heroes vs villains, the variety of options delighted the children. The experience can be likened to opening a book in the library, but to talk rather than to read, closing it, and then opening up a totally different book. The morning was a huge success and everyone left with a smile on their face, having learnt something new.