Mr Paul Martin


Our aim in Pageites is to provide an environment that forms a home away from home in which all members of the House are appreciated and valued as individuals.

Mr Paul Martin

They are given every opportunity and encouragement to develop their intellectual curiosity, enthusiasm for learning and academic abilities as well as their very many individual interests and talents. Pageites is well known for its friendliness and integration of pupils within and across year groups.

Throughout their time in the House, Pageites develop their self-confidence and self-reliance, teamwork, leadership and social skills. In the Under School boys help out with the day to day running of the House and all First Year Specialists are given opportunities to take on specific responsibilities before playing key roles in helping to run the House in their final year. Overall, we form a vibrant and diverse community and all Pageites contribute positively to the house and school atmosphere in all that they do.

My main advice is to urge you to take advantage of all the amazing opportunities that are on offer here at Charterhouse and to live by the maxim “the more you put in, the more you get out”; it is really true. 

Mr PJ Martin, MA, BSc

Paul Martin joins us in September 2019 from Latymer Upper School where he has been leading the school’s wellbeing strategy and teaching Religion & Philosophy. He has previously taught Religious Studies & Philosophy at Warminster School, then Uppingham School (where he became Head of Department), before joining his present school in London. Paul has several years’ pastoral experience in boarding houses, including being a Resident Tutor and an Assistant Housemaster. Additionally, in his schools’ career, he has involved himself with the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme, led the Combined Cadet Forces Royal Marines section, as well as played an active part in sport; including coaching Uppingham’s 1st XI hockey and 1st VI tennis. 

In his spare time, come snow, rain or sunshine, Paul can be found in the mountains, ignoring the Sunderland AFC football result.

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