Why private schools benefit the education system as a whole. By Samuel Hughes

Why private schools benefit the education system as a whole. By Samuel Hughes  Private education is a controversial topic. It is a flourishing sector in the United Kingdom, offering the 7% of students that attend opportunities that are unmatched elsewhere, not just academically but beyond the classroom in extra-curricular areas. This to some people is […]

Our Head Boy, Fergus Cato, shares his Lockdown Blog

Lockdown Blog   At 15:15 on Wednesday June 17th finished my A levels. The day consisted of two exams, Chemistry in the morning followed by Maths in the afternoon as my last exam as a school pupil. However, this of course did not happen. These past 3 months have been completely different to how I […]

The Head Boy, Sam Brunswick, blogs his Spring Term news

Well it has been a while since the last blog and a lot has been going on! We have had a great first term with incredible sporting performances and a great end to the rugby season (some of the boarders I was talking to in St Paul’s were reminiscing over the tries scored by the […]

Head Boy Sam Blogs holidays + his views on the start of term.

Well, what a summer and start back to school it has been!! After spending a month in Costa Rica and Panama, diving, swimming, eating, meeting new people, helping turtles and gaining confidence with an incredible group of people (see photos) and finishing my Gold DofE assessed expedition, school soon began! On the first day back […]

Monty Toseland blogs on the Summer Rugby Trip to Japan.

  In the summer, myself and 43 other fellow Stamford school boys were lucky enough to go on a 2-and-a-half-week rugby tour to Japan. On the rugby front it was a very successful tour, with the A side winning all 4 of their games, despite a few of us still feeling the effects of jet […]