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  • Autumn Term Sport Competitions

    Published 15/10/21

    Huge congratulations to all our students who have been preparing and competing in various sporting competitions over the Autumn term. We’re very proud of the determination, dedication and true Freemen's spirit, that all of our students and sport staff have shown.

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  • Meet our 2021 Sixth Form Graduates

    Published 16/08/21

    We speak to some of this year's graduates for an insight into Sixth Form life at Freemen’s.

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  • Students at Freemen’s once again achieve top marks at GCSE despite COVID challenges

    Published 11/08/21

    “Putting to one side the additional challenges students have faced over the last two years, the GCSE results awarded reflect the combined efforts of students, parents and staff, who should be proud in achieving a superb set of collective results, with some wonderful individual stories. We are delighted that 45% of grades awarded were the top grade of 9 and I am delighted that, despite interruptions over the last two academic years, pupils at Freemen’s have done so well." Roland Martin, Headmaster

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  • Freemen’s A Level students celebrate success despite COVID challenges

    Published 10/08/21

    "Students leaving Freemen’s for University and beyond do so with the security that their awards are deserved, they have proven themselves capable of what they’ve been awarded and have done so under rigorous conditions. The fact that they have demonstrated this ability whilst also managing the upheaval caused by the pandemic should be a source of pride to them." Sarah Stewart, Head of Sixth Form

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  • Making a Difference in 2021

    Published 30/07/21

    Thank you to everyone who ‘made a difference’ this year.

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  • Schools Diversity Week

    Published 29/07/21
    Freemen’s Diversity and Equality Committee has been very active since it was convened in January, and this term pupils participated in Schools Diversity Week as part of our ongoing commitment to celebrating diversity and promoting equ
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  • Refugee Awareness Week

    Published 21/06/21

    It is our duty, as educators, to open the eyes of our students to situations across the globe and to remind them of the advantages that they have compared with so many. Refugee Week proved to be an important opportunity to engage the Freemen’s community in understanding the struggles of
    so many.

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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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