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  • Freemen's Global partners with Tanzania school

    Published 04/11/22

    Freemen’s Global is delighted to announce it has partnered with St Constantine’s International School in Arusha, Tanzania.

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  • Freemen’s School highly commended at architectural awards

    Published 01/11/22
    The Main House was highly commended last week at The Georgian Group’s Architectural Awards, held at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in central London. The awards, held annually since 2003, celebrate exemplary conservati
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  • Former student Frances Mistry releases new single

    Published 20/10/22

    Former Freemen's student Frances Mistry launched her latest single, "I don't know my place" this week. 

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  • Freemen's Eco-Committee awarded coveted Eco-Schools Green Flag with Merit

    Published 13/10/22
    Pupils at Freemen’s have been recognised for their amazing work this academic year in making the school more environmentally friendly and raising eco-awareness in fellow pupils.  The school’s Eco-Committee was awarded the Eco-Scho
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  • Another year of impressive GCSE successes at Freemen’s despite a return to formal examinations

    Published 25/08/22
    42% of grades achieved were 9s 69% of grades were 8s or 9s 86% of grades were 7, 8 or 9s 29 students achieved all 8s and 9s Students at City of London Freemen’s School in Ashtead are celebrating impressive GCSE results this ye
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  • 2022 A Level students share their insights

    Published 19/08/22

    Hear from some of our Sixth Form students about their achievements and experiences at Freemen's. 

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  • Freemen’s A Level students celebrate strong results despite two years of disruption

    Published 18/08/22
    90% of grades achieved were A* - B grades  75% of grades achieved were A* / A grades  45% of all grades achieved were A* grades  100% of grades achieved were A* - C grades  Students at City of London Freemen’s
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  • Freemen's students host an evening of thought-provoking discussions with first TEDx Talk

    Published 05/07/22

    We were privileged to host our first TEDx talk at Freemen’s this term, an evening of thought-provoking, mind-blowing and lively discussions from our talented students and staff. Topics such as “Pandemics and Prejudice” put Freemen’s centre stage for excellence in thought leadership.

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  • History students attend a moving talk from a Holocaust survivor

    Published 29/06/22

    Hannah Lewis is a Holocaust survivor who spoke to the School about living through the Nazi era in Poland during the Second World War.

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  • Financial Education: An important life skill for young people

    Published 16/06/22

    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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  • Win–win: The impact of coaching on teachers and students in a Key Stage 5 study

    Published 18/05/22

    Over the last 2 years Mrs Jepson Taylor and Mrs Parkin have been actively investigating the impact that instructional coaching has on Sixth Form pupils. Their research found that pupils who participated in a structured coaching programme saw a demonstrable improvement in their self-belief and growth mindset. The techniques and experiences gained from their research is now being shared with other members of staff and students. This research was carried out through the schools Exploring Teacher Programme but has recently been published in the Chartered College of Teachers education journal Impact. You can read the article in full below.

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  • Freemen's budding entrepreneurs take part in Dragon's Den style competition

    Published 21/04/22

    Freemen’s Enterprise group provided pupils from across the School the opportunity to demonstrate their budding entrepreneurial ideas by presenting potential business ideas to a panel of Dragon’s Den judges during last term's Business Enterprise Competition. The judges were made up of teachers and Sixth Form students.

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