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September 2016 - Old Pauline Newsletter
 
 
Welcome to the September issue of the Old Pauline Club eNews
As one academic year finishes and another begins here at St Paul’s we would like to welcome the 193 new Old Paulines who left St Paul’s in June to the community and congratulate them on their A Level results. 42% of the 2016 Leavers grades were at A*, 84% at A* or A and 98% A*, A or B – a wonderful success and a great show of the hard work of the year group.

We would also like to congratulate all those who graduated from university this summer. Do let us know how you did and what you plan to do next – it would be great to hear from you.
 
As we kick off the autumn term we announce a busy and varied event schedule, please check out the Diary Dates below.
OLD PAULINE CLUB NEWS... 
Lt Gen Sir Peter Graham KCB CBE
Appointment of Vice Presidents

We are pleased to announce the appointment of seven new Old Pauline Club Vice Presidents. These members are appointed to reflect their contribution to the Club, the School or the wider world. 

Our new Vice Presidents for 2016 are:
•    Lt Gen Sir Peter Graham KCB CBE (1950-55) - as pictured
•    Alan McLean (1957-59)
•    Jon Blair (1967-69) 
•    Duncan Gordon Smith (1984-89)
•    Tom Peters (1989-94)
•    Stuart Kerrigan (1990-95)
•    Alex Duncan (1993-98)

We are also pleased to announce the appointment of Rob Smith as Deputy President of the Club. Rob is a current St Paul’s parent, a keen sportsman and was previously involved in the Old Pauline Business Network.

You can see their full profiles in 2016’s edition of The Pauline which will land on your doorsteps in October.

OP success at Edinburgh Fringe - Family Voices and Victoria Station
Mr Anthony took a double bill of Harold Pinter’s Family Voices and Victoria Station to the Edinburgh Fringe with his theatre company Backspin for a week long run. The production starred OPs Adam Goodbody, Tom Ames, Luke Cullen and Robbie Fraser. They played to several sell-out houses and received four star reviews.
Football

The Old Pauline Association Football Club is looking for new players to join this season. 

With four 11-a-side teams to play for, it doesn't matter if you played 1st XI for school or haven't kicked a ball since 5th form - we'd love to have you. There is a standard to suit everyone.  

The Club comprises over 100 OPs from various generations and guarantees high quality pitches and referees.

If you are interested in coming along to any of our games or have any general questions, please don't hesitate to contact me. 

Nick Troen
nicholas.troen@gmail.com

 
2016 AGM Minutes
ST PAUL'S SCHOOL NEWS...
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St Paul's Academic Awarded Travelling Fellowship
Physics teacher, Dr James Perkins, has been awarded a travelling fellowship from the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust to investigate best practice for science research in a high school setting. You can read about his adventures via his blog, hosted by the Institute for Research in Schools. 
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2016 World Rowing Championships Win
Current pupils, Freddie Davidson, Bertie Woodward-Fisher, Seb Benzecry and Vlad Saigau, and Old Pauline, Arthur Doyle, represented Great Britain at the 2016 World Rowing Championships, bringing home two silver and one bronze medal.

Read the full story here
Read more recent St Paul's news on the School's Website...
UPCOMING EVENTS... 
DATES FOR YOUR DIARY - AT A GLANCE
20 Year Reunion – 17 September | Book now 
New York Lunch – 21 September | Book now
Cotter Cruickshank Lecture – 22 September | Last chance to book
Cambridge Dinner – 28 October | Save the date
Oxford Dinner – 4 November | Save the date
 Medical Dinner – 23 November | Book now
Supper Evening – 9 December | Save the date
Feast Service at St Paul’s Cathedral and Supper at Mercers’ Hall – 30 January 2017 | Save the date

Please note that the proposed 40 Year Reunion scheduled for this month will no longer be held.
20 Year Reunion
17 September
This summer marks 20 years since the Class of '96 left St Paul’s School. 

The Old Pauline Club has booked the private bar upstairs at The Rutland (where else) in Hammersmith for Old Paulines to meet and reminisce. Please do also spread the word to others from 1996 with whom you’re still in touch as we don’t have everyone’s details. 
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New York Club Lunch
22 September
The New York Branch invites Old Paulines, Paulinas, Colet Fellows, friends of SPS and SPGS living in or travelling through New York to Lunch at 12.30pm on Wednesday 21 September OP Robin Hirsch’s Cornelia Street Cafe in Greenwich Village. Read more...
Cotter Cruickshank Lecture

22 September | Book now
The biennial Cotter-Cruickshank lecture, in memory of two legendary classics teachers who between them taught at the School for a combined service of 63 years, between the years 1928-73, will be held on Thursday 22 September at the School.  

The speaker will be Peter King (1967-71), recently retired from the SPS Classics department, whose topic will be ‘Roman Comedy’. It is hoped that some current Paulines will perform excerpts from one of the plays, and the talk should be accessible to all.
Cambridge Dinner 
28 October | Save the Date!
Old Paulines studying or working at Cambridge are invited to dinner at Emmanuel College. Bookings will open shortly, but for now please save the date.
Oxford Dinner 
4 November | Save the Date!
We will hold our annual Oxford Dinner at Oriel College for all those who are studying or working at the university. Bookings will open soon, but for now please save the date.
Medical Panel and Dinner 
23 November | Book now
Join the Old Pauline Club and St Paul's School for it's biennial Medical Dinner. Bookings are now open.
 
 
 
 
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IN MEMORIAM...

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

Sir Antony Jay CVO (1941-48) – 21 August 16
The Rev David R (Roly) Bain (1967-71) – 11 August 16
Barry S Dare (1949-54) – 15 July 16
Nicholas R Sargant (1960-65) – 17 March 16
Christopher Hill-Kelly (1989-92) – 17 February 16


Correction: In July’s eNews we incorrectly listed Bryan Robson’s dates as Head of English (1970-1994). Bryan in fact was Head of English from 1970-89 and then Director of Drama 1989-94. Please accept our apologies for this error.
 

Obituaries are published in the Old Pauline News magazine. 
OLD PAULINE BOOKS

Kissinger and the Invasion of Cyprus: Diplomacy in the Eastern Mediterranean by Dr.William Mallinson (1965-70)

Can Henry Kissinger be described as a serious statesman who altered the course of relations between states? William Mallinson, former diplomat and leading authority on Cyprus’ history, provides an incisive analysis and evaluation of Kissinger’s approach.
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OLD PAULINE CLUB MERCHANDISE

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.
 
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