You can make a difference to a child's future.

Thank you for supporting City of London Freemen's School. Your support means children and young people, regardless of background, can experience a Freemen's education. The benefits of which will continue long after they leave us and go into the world to make positive differences of their own.

We are committed to increasing the number of bursaries we offer, but our only source of funding for bursaries is from charitable donations. No income from school fees goes into the Bursary Fund. This is why we need your help

Thank you.

The Freemen's Bursary Fund is a registered charity, registration number 284769.

Ways of Giving

However you choose to donate to us, you will have a long-term impact on a child or young person's life. We have a variety of ways you can support us and we are always happy to discuss what might be the best option for you.

Email us at [email protected]

A bursary to study at Freemen’s really means the world to me and my family. It is a blessing which we fully appreciate, as it has given me an opportunity that I never thought I would have. There is less pressure on us as a family, knowing that I have access to a high-quality education without being limited.

Upper 6 Student



How your Support Helps 

Raising funds for bursaries is an ongoing priority for Freemen's to give children the opportunity to change their futures. 

We rely on your generosity and thank each and every one of you for your support.




Please contact us to find out about opportunities for Alumni and friends to volunteer their time and expertise to the School through mentoring, giving talks to pupils, providing work experience or gap year opportunities. We would be delighted to hear from you. 

Challenge Events

One way to get involved is to take on a challenge event to fundraise for the Freemen's Bursary Fund. In the past, we have had staff trekking the Cambrian Mountains, while the Headmaster walked the Pilgrims Way from Southwark Cathedral to Canterbury Cathedral.

Talk to us about how you would like to get involved by email at [email protected]

Read how the Headmaster walked from Southwark Cathedral to Canterbury Cathedral over six gruelling days to raise money for bursaries.

Five happy staff in brightly coloured wet weather gear and large backpacks are ready to trek the mountain behind them in the Elan Valley