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April 2016 - Old Pauline Newsletter
Welcome to the April issue of the Old Pauline Club eNews
“Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing – absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.” This famous quote from 'Wind in the Willows' could certainly apply to the OPs who have been in action on the water recently, either for the Boat Race, the Colet Boat Club or Sport Relief’s yachting challenge. And if rowing appeals to you, James King, Captain of the Colet Boat Club, would love to hear from you. Get in touch with them.
We have just launched bookings for the Annual Dinner. We are delighted to be welcoming eminent professor, medical doctor, scientist, television presenter and politician, Lord Winston of Hammersmith (1954-59), as our speaker.  Why not book a table with old friends, and also take advantage of the occasion to see all the new developments at the School?
The spring edition of the Old Pauline News magazine will be posted to you next month, so this is the perfect time to update your details. If you want to notify us of a change of address, or to tell us if you would prefer to receive an online copy
email us today.
Old Paulines feature in Boat Races
Three OPs participated in the Oxford and Cambridge Crews this year: Leo Carrington (2003-08) in the Oxford Blue Boat, Dominic Parr (2008-13) and Piers Kasas (2009-14) in Isis and in Goldie respectively

In addition, two OPs, Giovanni Bergamo-Andreis and Charlie Cummins, were members of the victorious Cambridge Lightweight crew.
Read more... 
Sporting and relieved (to be back on dry land!)
As part of this year’s Sport Relief campaign, which raised over £55 million to help transform the lives of some of the most disadvantaged people both in the UK and across the world’s poorest communities, comedian Hal Cruttenden (1982-87) was one of six celebrities that swapped the comforts of the stage and studio for five days of nautical trials as they sailed around part of the UK, on the BT Sport Relief Challenge: Hell on High Seas. Read more...
Old Pauline Lodge
Many Old Paulines might not know that there is an Old Pauline Masonic Lodge.  We meet four times a year at the School in Barnes and dine afterwards in the Montgomery Room.  Membership is only for OPs and members of staff.  
If you are interested to learn more or hopefully to join, email our secretary Nigel Young or our current Master Paul Ganjou who would be pleased to provide a brochure and further information. Read more...
New York Lunch
Ten Old Paulines and Paulinas met for a fabulous buffet lunch at the University Club in New York on a balmy Tuesday in early March 2016.  As you can see at least one OP remembered to wear his OP tie (and, it turned out, OP socks!).
The next OP Club lunch is planned for early May, and we are working on the preliminary organisation of an OP Entrepreneurs Panel evening inspired by the same format recently held by the School in London.  More details to follow. Read more about the lunch...
For information regarding the 2016 Directory, please see our website
Melbourne Dinner - 10 May
Avni Lectures - 23 May
30 Year Reunion - 10 June
25 Year Reunion - 18 June
Scout Reunion - 26 June
Annual Dinner - 7 July
20 Year Reunion - 17 September
40 Year Reunion - 24 September
Melbourne Dinner
10 May

The Victorian Branch of the Old Pauline Club requests the pleasure of your company at The Melbourne Club, kindly hosted by Paul Wheeler (1950-55). Email 
Tristan Kitchener for details.
Avni Lectures
23 May

Conceived in the memory of Okan, The Avni Lectures showcase some of the expertise and interests of the St Paul's staff, providing a fitting tribute to a much-loved and respected former-teacher.

A full programme will be sent out nearer the date. Talks will cover a diverse range of topics. For example, Bangs and Smells by Tom Lowes in the Chemistry Department; The Avni Fringe - Songs by John Hudson and Designing with Dyslexia - Kate Douglass. Tickets are free. To register your interest visit our website.

30 Year Reunion
10 June
Please join the Class of 1986 at this years' reunion, it will be an opportunity to see old friends, catch up on the last three decades and compare how poorly we have aged. For more details please 
click here.
25 Year Reunion
18 June
This summer marks 25 years since the year of 1991 left St Paul’s School. To celebrate we would like to invite you to a 25 Year Reunion to catch up with old friends and share your stories. 
Find out more...
Scout Reunion 2016
26 June
2016 marks 30 years since the School Scout Group closed and seems an appropriate time to hold a reunion for former members. Please visit the
 website to read more and to contact one the organisers. 
Annual Dinner 2016
7 July
The Old Pauline Club is pleased to invite you to join us at our Annual Dinner on Thursday 7 July at the School.
Our speaker will be The Rt Hon Lord Winston (1954-59), life peer and fertility expert. Lord Winston is a professor at Imperial College, a presenter for the BBC and Chancellor of Sheffield Hallam University. Book Now...
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St Paul's Spring Newspaper
Issue 2 of St Paul's News is out now! Read all the latest news from last term, which features the boys' successes in Mathematics, Judo, Linguistics, Rugby, Golf and Fives and many other engaging activities happening throughout the School. Read a digital copy of the paper here...
National Schools' Rackets Win!
St Paul’s Rackets added another piece of silverware to its cabinet during the National Schools' Rackets Doubles Championships at Queens Club.

In magnificent form, Matteo Perper & Ivo Macdonald dropped just one game throughout the whole event to win the Colts U16 event, 4-1 in the final against a determined Wellington pair. This win saw St Paul’s take this title for two consecutive years, as Alex Engstrom & Nico Hughes won last year, establishing our dominance in the junior ranks of National Schools' Rackets over the last few years. Read more...
Read more recent St Paul's news on the School's Website...

Violence in the Skies, A History of Aircraft Hijacking and Bombing by Philip Baum (1976-80)

'Violence in the Skies: a history of aircraft hijacking and bombing' covers well-known incidents of the modern era, such as Lockerbie, 9/11, Metrojet and attacks by shoe and underwear bombers, as well as those from the heyday of terrorism in the skies, including acts perpetrated by Palestinian, Black Panther and Latin American revolutionary organisations.

From skyjacks perpetrated for financial gain to hijacks initiated by asylum seekers in search of greener pastures; from terrorist extravaganzas in front of the world's media to the actions of suicidal pilots - including last year's incident on Germanwings - hijacks and acts of sabotage are exposed in this startling and engrossing collection.

Democracy: A Life by Prof Paul Cartledge (1960-64)

'Democracy: A Life' provides a thorough, long-range comparison between ancient and modern understandings of "democracy". The book offers linguistic as well as historical and philosophical analysis of how democracy developed and incorporates new literary and archaeological evidence.

You can read the overview of this book and many more from Old Paulines on the Old Pauline Club website.

It is with much regret that we notify the deaths of the following Old Paulines. Our sympathy goes to their families and friends

Sir Ken Adam (1936-37) - 10 March 2016
Colin E Ambrose
(1949-54) - 26 March 2016
Arthur H J Walker
(1935-40) - 18 January 2016
Derek Charman 
(1935-41) - 13 January 2016
David C Hebron 
(1954-59) - 13 December 2014

Obituaries are published in the Old Pauline News magazine. 

The Club is proud to be able to offer its members a wide range of quality merchandise from socks to scarves and ties to cuff links. To see the full range of merchandise and how to order visit the website
We are always looking for news from the community to share in this newsletter and in the Old Pauline News. Please forward any stories you have or tell us what you are up to. We would love to hear from you.

Please pass on this email to any Old Pauline who may be missing out on the Club's news.

With best wishes,
Alan Day, Hon Secretary
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