The City of London Freemen's School was founded by the Corporation of the City of London to provide ‘a religious and virtuous education’ for the orphaned children of Freemen of the City of London. Whilst the school is now non-denominational, Christian principles remain at the heart of our ethos and the school remains committed to the aims of its founders.
Our Mission Statement:
We want children at Freemen’s to learn, to lead and to make a difference
We aim to do this by:
• Nurturing a community of learners – adults and children – who are ambitious about what they might achieve in and out of the classroom;
• Providing relevant opportunities for pupils to expand their horizons intellectually and socially; athletically and creatively; emotionally and spiritually;
• Establishing an environment at Freemen’s where everyone involved in the community is respected, trusted and supported;
• Encouraging responsibility and capability; honesty and reliability; pride and passion;
• Promoting determination and innovation; flexibility and adaptability; kindness and consideration;
• Fostering in our pupils the confidence, curiosity, independence and wisdom to succeed in the next stages of their lives.