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MACAULAY, Francis Sowerby (1862 - 1937), Mathematical master at St Paul’s School, 1885–1911

EDWARDS, Osman (1864 - 1936), Visiting Master at St Paul’s School; reviewer and lecturer

FARR, Clarissa Mary (born 1958), High Mistress, St Paul’s Girls’ School, since 2006

HELE, James Warwick (1926 - 2011), High Master of St Paul’s School 1973–86

ROWE, Crispin (born 1955), Headmaster, St Paul’s School, São Paulo, Brazil, 2008–14

BAILEY, Mark David (born 1960), High Master, St Paul’s School, since 2011

BALDOCK, (Richard) Stephen (born 1944), High Master, St Paul’s School, 1992–2004

FORD, Adam (born 1940), Chaplain, St Paul’s Girls’ School, London, 1976–2001 (Head of Lower School, 1986–92)

GILKES, Antony Newcombe (1900 - 1977), High Master of St Paul’s School, January 1954–September 1962; Director, Public Schools Appointments Bureau, 1962–68

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RUSSELL, Alexander Smith (1888 - 1972), Emeritus Student of Christ Church, Oxford, since 1955; Governor of St Paul’s School and St Paul’s Girls’ School, 1933–61; Elder in Presbyterian Church since 1930

GRAY, Frances Ralph (died 1935), High Mistress of St Paul’s Girls’ School 1903–27

HOLST, Gustav (1874 - 1934), Composer, and Teacher of Music at St Paul’s Girls’ School, Brook Green

 

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Founded between 1509 and 1512 by John Colet. William Lily was its first high master. The school moved from St Paul's Churchyard to Hammersmith in 1884, and to Barnes in ...

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