St Paul’s in Partnership

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There is a genuine desire among pupils and staff to engage in partnership and charitable work, all of which is being revitalised under a new model.

Our programme consists of four main strands, all interlinked: Working in Partnership with a number of local primary and secondary schools, including developing the skills of enterprise, volunteering opportunities in the local community for our pupils, supporting local, national and international charities and building awareness of the bursary offer.

In order to achieve these four strands of work we will need £100,000 per annum.

All of the Eighth Form (Year 12 and 13) have the opportunity to contribute to the programme and each week around 100 boys are involved in the work. Each year, over 1000 students from around 30 different schools get directly involved in our programmes and many more are involved indirectly or in one-off events. The work is led by the Director of Partnerships and Public Service and the Partnership team with support from over 45 members of staff during the year.

Pauls4All represents all student-led initiatives for the greater good on a local, national and international level. It seeks to build links between the pupils and the communities they are part, to understand the challenges charities and NGOs face, whilst also providing opportunities for leadership and collaboration.

To find out more about our work, download a copy of our School and Charity Partnerships Brochure.

To read an interview with Deputy Head – Partnerships and Public Benefits, Stuart Block,  please click here.

Service in the community
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Primary School Partnerships
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Secondary School Partnerships
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Developing the skills of enterprise
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Building awareness of the bursary offer
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It was a pleasure to see all the students from every school interacting in such a harmonious and purposeful way.