City of London School
When visiting City of London School, you cannot help but sense a buzz from boys and staff alike who exude enthusiasm for the opportunities that a City of London School education provides. In part, of course, this reflects the school's iconic location in the City of London, under the dome of St Paul's Cathedral and directly across the river from Tate Modern. But it runs much deeper than that.
There is pursuit of academic excellence as talented and dedicated staff encourage enquiry and adventure, exhibiting a love of learning which is infectious. There is richness in the activities that boys pursue outside the classroom. There is commitment to the society, both locally and globally, of which we are a part, and there is engagement with the myriad perspectives brought into the community by a pupil body that is as diverse and exciting as the great City of London itself.
Most importantly, however, City of London School is a happy school. Alongside exceptional pastoral care, respect for the individual is the guiding principle in all that we do. It helps us to promote the liberal and open-minded values that form the heart of the school, enabling the development of young men who are comfortable in their own skin, empathetic and outward-looking.
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- Bancroft’s School
- Chigwell School
- City of London School
- City of London School for Girls
- Dulwich College
- Emanuel College
- Francis Holland School, Regent’s Park
- Francis Holland School, Sloane Square
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- Highgate School
- King’s College School, Wimbledon
- Knightsbridge School
- Latymer Upper School
- North London Collegiate School
- South Hampstead High School
- St Helen’s School
- St Paul’s Girls’ School
- The Godolphin and Latymer School
- The Lady Eleanor Holles School
- University College School, Hampstead
- Westminster School