Welcome from the President

A very warm welcome to all visitors to the new Old Pauline Club website.

The Old Pauline Club was founded in 1872 to keep Old Paulines in touch with one another and to support the School. Since then the Club has grown into a community of over 10.000 members worldwide.

The Club supports and fosters the provision of recreational, social and sporting activities; keeps OPs informed of matters of interest to them; and undertakes activities that strengthen links between the Club and the School. It is hoped that this new website helps to further these aims.

On leaving School, all Paulines are automatically members of the Club and are also social members of Colets, the sports facility located in Thames Ditton.

Please click on the navigation bar above to find out more about the services that the Club offers including social and business events, sporting activities and branches in the UK and overseas.

The best way of keeping in touch with other OPs is to join St Paul’s Connect, either via Linked in or Facebook, which is the networking and mentoring platform designed to connect the entire St Paul’s community.

The new website will increase its content in the next few months and we would welcome any comments or suggestions for additional information to be included – please contact community@stpaulsschool.org.uk.

Brian Jones (1961-66)

 

Header image from left to right: Jeremy Withers Green, Simon Bishop, Brian Jones and Rob Smith.

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