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St. Paul’s Way lies in the middle of London's Water City, in Europe’s largest regeneration area encompassing the Royal Docks, Canning Town, Canary Wharf, Poplar, Stratford City, Westfield Shopping Centre, and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The St. Paul's Way Transformation Project is stimulating and creating enterprise and business activities in the community of Poplar, Tower Hamlets. Read more »

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Professor Brian Cox, Britain's most famous particle physicist, a Patron of the St Paul’s Way Trust School

Andrew speaks on Space Science and Technology

Published on: 17 July 2019

On Monday, July 15, 2019, Members of the House of Lords (the upper house of the UK Parliament) joined the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing with a special debate. Lord Andrew Mawson OBE led the debate, giving a national focus in the UK for the anniversary of a phenomenal human achievement.

The People's Moon Project

Published on: 18 July 2019


The Apollo Program was accomplished by the efforts of more than four hundred thousand people who achieved an impossible dream. You can be one of the hundreds of thousands of people to be a part of our mission and be in the People’s Moon. Come and find yourself, your friends and loved ones in the unique installations we’ll be creating around the world.

Come together to inspire the world to dream the impossible again.

Be part of history, be part of the People’s Moon. #apollo50th

Science Summer School 2019 Programme

Published on: 10 July 2019

In association with supporters and sponsors we warmly welcome you to our eighth St Paul’s Way Trust Science Summer School, hosted by our Patron, Professor Brian Cox OBE.

St Paul’s Way Trust School, a ‘National Teaching School’ and a ‘Through School’, places science at the heart of the curriculum with its unique Faraday learning pathway. The aim is to inspire young people to become the next generation of Britain’s scientists. Our new sixth form research laboratories, designed by Queen Mary University of London, build on this off er by giving students access to exciting and cutting edge research opportunities such as the Authentic Biology DNA research project.

The opportunities for exciting and innovative careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths (STEAM) are almost limitless. This year we present an inspirational programme which mixes the best of STEAM subjects with a focus on Engineering, through a series of seminars, discussions and hands-on experiments.