Please click on the link below to view our latest inspection report by the Independent School’s Inspectorate from May 2015.
This is what the press release said about the inspection at the time:
Excellent Inspection Result for CLFS
School inspectors judge the quality of pupils’ achievements and learning as “excellent”.
The City of London Freemen’s School was inspected by a nine strong team from the Independent Schools Inspectorate in April this year. The report on their findings was published this week. The inspectors’ judgements on teaching and learning, extra-curricular provision, pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development, pastoral care, welfare and health and safety were that they were all “excellent”. In fact, inspectors used the word ‘excellent’ no less than 35 times in their 15 page report.
Headmaster, Philip MacDonald, who retires after eight years at the City of London Freemen’s School in August, said
I am delighted with this inspection report which affirms so many of the superb achievements of teachers and pupils at this school. We can safely say that the School’s aim ‘to provide an education of the highest quality’ is confirmed by what the inspectors found during their visit. I am sure that the report will enable the City of London Freemen’s School to go from strength to strength as one of Surrey’s leading independent co-educational schools.
Headmaster, Philip MacDonald