Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is unlikely that we will be able to use the City of London School for Girls as one of our centres this academic year, however we plan to use it again in 2021/22.
City of London School for Girls is a non-denominational, independent day school, based near the Barbican centre in the London Square Mile. Established in 1894, the school moved to the present premises in 1969. Though the new School building is today part of a modern City development, the whole Barbican site is still rich in reminders of the area’s historic past. Opposite the front of he School is part of the wall of the great Roman fort built in approximately AD120.
At the City of London School for Girls, students should either bring a packed lunch or buy something locally – there is a wide array of options on the doorstep including, restaurants, delis and sandwich shops. There is a small snack shop onsite selling sweets, drinks and savoury snacks.
London EC2Y 8BB