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  • Celebrating the works of Shakespeare with Freemen's academic conference

    Published 30/04/21
    We enjoyed the very first Freemen’s Shakespeare Conference this week, just a few days after the famous bard’s birthday. With the theme of “Liberty and Tyranny”, the academic conference was dedicated to celebrating the wonderfu
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  • Make your own Osterstrauch

    Published 30/03/21

    Looking for something creative to do over Easter, which does not involve consuming tons of chocolate? Why not make an Osterstrauch, or Easter Tree, a German tradition that families make together at Easter time.

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  • BEST Society: Discussion with Local MP

    Published 17/03/21

    BEST Society enjoys a discussion with Local MP Chris Grayling on the Government’s economic objectives and what the future holds for young people in Britain.

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  • Leaving a Legacy - Free Wills Month

    Published 16/03/21

    Did you know that March is 'Free Wills Month'? Anyone aged 55 or over can update or amend their Will free of charge by using participating solicitors in England, Scotland and Wales.

    Old Free Gary Youssef (Director at GSQ Wealth) and Sangeeta Rabadia (Senior Consultant Solicitor at Allard Bailey Law Firm) share the most important things you should consider when writing or amending your will.

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  • Thank You for Making a Difference

    Published 12/03/21

    We are delighted to announce that a fantastic total of £41,903 has been raised so far as part of our inaugural Love Freemen’s campaign launched in February 2021. 

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  • International Women's Day 2021 - Women In STEM

    Published 08/03/21
    The official International Women’s Day Campaign theme this year is #ChoosetoChallenge. Around the world, women are being encouraged to ‘choose to challenge gender bias and inequality, celebrate women's achievements and to collectively
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  • Memories of Freemen's

    Published 09/02/21

    Founded in 1854, the City of London Freemen's School has a long, celebrated history starting in Brixton before moving to Ashtead Park in 1926. We are fortunate to have an active and engaged alumni community who were former pupils at the School in the 1940s and 1950s. We hope that you will take pride in Freemen's history after reading these reflections from Reverend Colin Clay, Class of 1945 and our School Archivist, Mrs Patricia Jenkins, Class of 1952.

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  • BEST Society: Global pandemic and the Economic Climate

    Published 27/01/21

    BEST Society enjoys lecture from Investment banker and Old Free Andrew Lister on the current economic climate caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • Financial Education: An important life skill for young people

    Published 18/01/21

    Old Free, Gary Youssef was welcomed back to Freemen’s, where he presented a series of financial education workshops to our Sixth Form students. 

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  • Freemen's Fundraising Achieves 2020 Target

    Published 11/01/21
    With an ambitious target of raising £20,020 for our 20/20 Vision charities, we are delighted to announce that we have exceeded our goal, raising an amazing total of £20,577! Supporting blind, partially sighted and disabled people both
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  • Freemen’s Music Partnership Programme - 'Bring Back the Snow'

    Published 15/12/20

    We hope you enjoy our latest music collaboration as part of Freemen’s Music Partnership Programme. Over 200 students from five schools, have joined together for this festive and inspiring end of term performance!

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  • Student Success at District Cross Country Championships

    Published 14/12/20
    Even though school fixtures have been curtailed this term we would still love to celebrate the success of a number of our Freemen's pupils who entered the highly competitive virtual District Cross Country Championships. Running a variety of di
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