Education: St Paul's Cathedral School

Welcome to the St. Paul's Cathedral School. 


There has been a song school associated with St. Paul's Cathedral since its foundation in 604. The Choir School for boy choristers dates from about 1123, when 8 boys in need of alms were provided with a home and education in return for singing for the Cathedral.

Today, St. Paul's is one of England's most renowned co-educational preparatory schools for boys and girls aged 4 to 13 and a residential choir school for the boy choristers of St. Paul's Cathedral. Superbly situated adjacent to the Cathedral and in the heart of the City of London, it is ideal for parents working in the City.  Closely linked with St. Paul's Cathedral, staff and pupils affectionately refer to this wonderful building as our 'school chapel'. It is a  very special place.  

To learn more visit: St. Paul's Cathedral School. 


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