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St Paul’s School

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London

London

St Paul’s School

Introduction

St Paul’s School has been educating young scholars for over 500 years. Our entry points are at 7+, 8+, 11+, 13+ and 16+ and admission is following a successful examination process and interview.

Our founder John Colet opened the doors to St Paul’s School in 1509 to educate boys “from all nacions and countres indifferently”, regardless of race, creed or social background. We are committed to our founder’s vision and offer financial support for any boy who is successful in the entry procedure and fulfils the bursary criteria.

We wish to admit highly able, committed and curious boys; then to care for them in an academic environment tailored to their specific needs, and to equip them with the skills to contribute to wider society long after they have left St Paul’s.

Contact Details

School

Mark Bailey

Telephone

Lonsdale Road
London
London
SW13 9JT

Admissions

Email

Allison Chownsmith

Entrance Requirements

Entry to St Paul's School is selective. Our admissions process is designed to identify boys who have a curiosity and flair for learning and who have interests beyond the curriculum. We look at each boy's potential, ensuring he will feel confident and happy in our exciting and fast paced environment. Approximately 176 boys will join St Paul’s School in Year 9, half of whom will have joined from our preparatory School - St Paul's Juniors. The next available year for 13+ entry is 2021, which is for boys born between 1 September 2007 and 31 August 2008.

Key Facts

Boys Start Age
13
Boys End Age
18
Girls Start Age
Girls End Age
Fees per Term
£
6476
-
12133
Fees per Year
£
19428
-
36399

Results

GCSE

A/A*
Grade Boundary 9-7

%

A - C
Grade Boundary 6-4

%

A Level

A/A*

%

A - C

%
NB: Overall Grade Boundaries vary between Examining Boards and Subjects. Percentage grades are rounded up to full numbers.

Further Information

Boy/Girl Mix
Boys Only
Religious Affiliation
All Faiths
School Setting
Suburban
Out of Sequence Entry
Financial Assistance
Language Assistance
Special Needs Assistance
Bus Service

Headmaster / Headmistress

Mark Bailey

Out of Sequence Entry

Pupils can join St Paul’s School in out of sequence years, such as Years 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.

Financial Assistance

St Paul’s School offers Scholarships, Bursaries, and you should contact the school to see if you are eligible.

Special Needs Assistance

St Paul’s School Website

For more in-depth information about St Paul’s School you can visti their website.

Out of Sequence Entry

Pupils can join St Paul’s School in out of sequence years, such as Years 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.

Financial Assistance

St Paul’s School offers Scholarships, Bursaries, and you should contact the school to see if you are eligible.

Special Needs Assistance