We know that you will have a lot of questions when choosing a school. We are always happy to answer your questions. You can call us directly on 01372 822423, or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are some of the questions we get asked most frequently.
what are the main points of entry into the school?
There are four main points of entry into Freemen's each September:
- 7+ or Year 3 entry
- 11+ or Year 7 entry
- 13+ or Year 9 entry
- 16+ or Year 12 entry
We will consider applications for other years if we have space. We will not invite your child to sit for an entrance assessment, unless we know we have spaces in that year. If we do not have spaces, we will add you to our database and contact you should a space become available?
do pupils need to sit entrance assessments?
How do we apply?
To apply, complete the online registration form and pay the £200 registration fee. The fee can be paid by bank transfer or with a cheque. Here are the bank details:
The preferred method of payment to the School is via bank transfer.
To make a BACS payment, please use our bank details below.
|Prospective Parents:||Please include your child’s name as the payment reference.|
|Current Parents:||Please use pupil/parent reference as shown on your invoice as the payment reference.|
|Account Name:||City of London Freemen’s School Fees Account|
Apply for 2023 and beyond
To apply, simply complete the online Registration Form and pay the £200 fee. The deadline to apply is 8 October in the year prior to entry or if in Year 11, when you wish to apply for Sixth Form.
What exactly will you be considering when making offers?
We consider three things: the entrance assessments or predicted GCSE grades, a report from your current school and interviews.
When is the deadline to apply?
The deadline to apply is 8 October in the year prior to entry. This is usually the year before you want to join the school.
You can register at any time before this date. The registration fee is non-refundable.
Can my child join during the academic year?
What are the fees?
£200 for all applicants.
A £2,000 deposit is payable to confirm a pupil’s place. From the deposit, £500 will be offset against the first term's fees, with the remaining £1,500 being held by the School, without accrual of interest, until the final account is due.
We require a full term’s fees as deposit for boarding pupils. From the deposit, £5,000 will be held by the School, without accrual of interest, until the final account is due. The remainder will be offset against the first term’s fees.
Click here to view School Fees for the current academic year.
do we have to sit the exams at the school?
What happens if we have a clash with another school's exams?
When will we hear the results?
If my child is not offered a place, can they sit again next year?
How long will I have to accept, if my child is offered a place?
Will we be able to get feedback on the entrance assessments?
What time does school start and finish?
School starts at 8:35am and finishes at 4.00pm, although there are often activities and clubs that go on later after School.
There is also a homework club until 6pm. There is no breakfast club as yet.
For older pupils, there is day boarding, which enables students to join the boarders for dinner and do their homework in the Boarding House until 8.45pm.
There is additional cost for homework club and day boarding.