We place importance on each child’s participation in as many facets of school life as possible, while fostering intellectual curiosity and creativity.  An involved student is a happy student – a student who identifies with school will mirror this identification in his/her school work. Moreover, we allow students to evolve and develop additional skills that might not be readily measurable by marks or scores. Therefore, they would still be able to excel in the activities they enjoy.

Cultural Activities and Clubs:

  • Chapel Band
  • Debating for Juniors and Seniors
  • Public Speaking
  • Drama
  • Digital Art
  • Ceramics
  • Coding and Robotics Club
  • Bible Study
  • St Paul’s College Youth Award
  • Model United Nations (MUN)
  • IT Club
  • Environmental Club
  • Practical Life Skills

Outreach Programmes:

  • Make the Difference
  • The Shoebox Project and Lidar Foundation
  • Blood Clinic (Seniors only)
  • Street Store
  • SPCA

Furthermore, we encourage generosity of spirit. Our school community places a high priority on teaching our children to understand their potential as agents of change within their own communities. Through the outreach programme, they become involved in hands-on activities that enhance the lives of the underprivileged, thereby developing life skills such as social awareness and teamwork. This ensures that our students become even more accomplished and caring adults.