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City of London Freemen's School 11 Plus School Information

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City of London Freemens School
Ashtead Park
KT21 1ET

T     01372 277933

  • Headmaster: Mr Roland J. Martin
  • Type: Co-educational Independent day and boarding school
  • Number of pupils: Approx. 950
  • Admissions:   Age 7+ (Year 3), Age 11+ (Year 7) and 13+ (Year 9), Sixth Form  16+ (Year 12)
  • Age: Range 7 to 18
  • ISI Report City of London Freemens School ISI Report

City of London Freemen's School 11 Plus Admission Information

For Year 7 (11+) entry we consider three things:

(taken from school's website)

  • entrance examinations in English, Mathematics and Non-Verbal Reasoning;
  • group activities and an individual interview; 
  • a confidential report from your child's current school.

Below we set out the process for applying for Year 7 (11+). 

Key Dates for applying for Year 7 (11+)

March, May, September and October                                     
Open Events (including Discover Freemen's for current Year 5 students looking to join in Year 7)
8 October (when child is in Year 6)       
Deadline to apply
Entrance Assessments in English, Maths and Non-Verbal Reasoning, group activities and interviews


11+ and 13+ Scholarship Exams (by invitation)

11+ and 13+ Music Scholarship Auditions
Decision letters are sent 
March (first week)
Deadline to accept offers
Induction Day for all new pupils and welcome evening for new parents
Start at Freemen's


Guidance for prospective parents and current teachers

Entrance Assessments

Entrance assessments will take place in December.  Assessments will comprise written examinations in Maths, English and Non-Verbal Reasoning papers, a carousel of assessed activities and an individual interview.  We will provide more detailed information nearer the time.

If your child is entitled to extra time, or special considerations, or has any Special Educational Needs, please inform us prior to the examinations and provide us with any supporting information, e.g. Educational Psychologist's report, to enable us to make the necessary arrangements.

Specimen papers are not available for these examinations and no preparation is necessary.   


Candidates will have an individual interview with a member of staff. The interview allows us to find out more about your child, their hobbies and interests, views and opinions.  Interviews for candidates residing overseas can be conducted via Facetime or Skype.

School Report

We will request a report from your child's current school. The school report is an integral part of our assessment for each candidate and provides us with a wider picture of their academic and non-academic abilities and interests. We may also contact the Head of your child's current school for more information.

In accordance with HMC guidelines, we will be unable to reach a decision on an application for entry until we have received this report.

Overseas Candidates

Candidates applying from overseas who are unable to attend the entrance examinations at Freemen's in January, may be able to sit the exams at their current school, at an approved agents’ office, if appropriate, or at a local British Council Office.  Interviews can be arranged via Skype or FaceTime. Please make it clear on the Exam Confirmation Form or Registration Form that you wish to sit overseas.