Sport is a vital aspect of a St Paul's education and we run an inclusive and varied programme to suit all abilities and interests.
Teams travel to train and compete. Favourite trips include the Barbados Netball Tour and the rowing trip to Dorney Lake.
The club welcomes all those interested in learning the sport. Top fencers participate in competitions outside of school.
Lacrosse allows all girls to learn quickness, agility, speed, & strength & to play against local, national, & international squads.
The teams compete in both friendly and competitive matches, including the AEGON schools tournament. All are encouraged to trial!
The gym club meets with an external coach to learn beginner gymnastics skills, such as vault and trampoline.
Girls participate in weekly rides in Hyde Park & learn horse husbandry in school. Each term culminates with gymkhana games.
Three times per week, swimmers can perfect their stroke, improve their fitness, and practise starts and race dives.
The Boat Club competes throughout England, culminating with National School’s Regatta and Women’s Henley Regatta.
All girls interested in netball have the opportunity to be on a team, play in fixtures, and develop their skills.
The club meets weekly with a professional coach to practise techniques and to engage in friendly sparring sessions.
The XC team practises at lunch and competes throughout the autumn and winter terms against various teams throughout the country.
Contemporary dance club allows girls to practise and compose contemporary dances. It is open for all age and skill levels.
The junior and senior basketball teams practice weekly and play fixtures against local schools to much success.
Girls in Athletics Club compete against other schools at various competitions in the summer term.