ST PAUL’S SCHOOL
The South Square Trust has had a partnership with St Paul’s School in London since 1979. Two bursaries are supported as well as a range of creative awards
SUPPORTING STUDENTS AT ST PAUL’S SCHOOL
The South Square Trust has a particularly close association with St Paul’s School, providing a bursary of £15,000 for each of the two final years to a student from a disadvantaged background, £9,000 for creative arts awards to A-level art, music and drama students, and an endowed bursary which contributes to a deserving pupil’s education for their five years at St Paul’s.
The School was founded in 1509 by John Colet to educate boys “from all nacions and countries indifferently”, regardless of race, creed or social background. Today, St Paul’s is committed to offering financial support to any boy who is successful in gaining a place and whose situation fulfils the means tested bursary criteria.
“We believe that a St Paul’s education should be available to any boy who has the ability and attitude to benefit, regardless of their financial circumstances. We are extremely grateful to the South Square Trust, which for many decades now has supported the school in the achievement of that aim.”