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Engagement outside the classroom is an integral part of every student’s time at St Paul’s. The aim is to provide all students with a rich and rounded education, full of opportunities to find new passions, forge friendships and broaden their horizons.
Our co-curricular programme is varied, exciting and inclusive. Music, drama, sport and STEM are thriving areas and students of all ages and skill levels are encouraged to get involved. Students can join a range of performances, ensembles and sports teams, where team spirit and a familial sense of community flourish. An extraordinary array of clubs and opportunities are on offer. For many, the activities explored at school form the beginning of a life-long passion, and we aim to facilitate all interests, whether they are drawn to coding or gardening, yoga or engineering. From embracing their creativity in the art studio to finding their voice in debating, all students are supported to discover and nourish their potential.
Possibilities for enrichment and personal development abound. Students can take the lead on stage or on the pitch, join committees and run clubs and societies. Community is central to our ethos and students take part enthusiastically in a range of charity and service endeavours. Opportunities such as the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award and St Paul’s Programme build resilience and inspire entrepreneurship and innovation. Talks, debates and collaborations with external organisations introduce students to a range of diverse perspectives and topics, while an accessible programme of trips and visits brings challenge, exploration and adventure. For Paulinas, school life is always busy, stimulating and rewarding.
St Paul’s Girls’ School named The Sunday Times Independent Secondary School of the Year 2022.