The St Paul’s 1509 Society, named to honour the School’s founding year, was primarily established to provide a meaningful and affordable way for all members of our community to support the bursary element of the Shaping Our Future vision.
Whether you are an Old Pauline, a current or former parent, a member of staff or a current pupil, joining the 1509 Society is simple. Simply pledge a regular gift of your choosing or related to our founding year 1509 i.e. £1.59, £15.09, £150.90 or £1,509 or a single gift of over £500 in a year to the Shaping Our Future campaign.
All members of the 1509 Society are listed in our yearly Community and Philanthropy Report and are invited to a special summer thank you event hosted by the High Master.
To make a one-off gift, please click here.
Supporting talented children to study at St Paul’s serves our wider community, ensuring those pupils fulfil their potential to be extraordinary and to ultimately enrich and affect society. A wider socio-economic diversity within School also creates a more enriching and stimulating environment for all.
We have set ourselves a fundraising target of £3.3 million per year for the bursaries element of our vision, allowing us to support 153 bursary pupils a year by 2023, while
beginning to build up an endowment for the future.
John Colet founded the School in 1509 with a generous endowment for 153 boys to be educated since when further philanthropy has shaped the School we enjoy today. The results have been transformational, helping us to provide an inspirational environment of
world-class teaching and learning. It is time to focus on our long-standing ambition to increase our bursary provision significantly.
Regular giving as a group can make a significant impact.
|A FULL BURSARY FOR ONE YEAR IS EQUIVALENT TO:|
|£15.09||125 parents giving £15.09 a month for a year|
|£50||40 Pauline friends each giving £50 a month for 1 year|
|£550||11 former members of a St Paul’s sports team each giving £500 a quarter for a year|
|£1.59||All leaving members of A Club from the past ten years giving £1.59|