Freeman (and woman) of the City

Anyone who knows Mike Tadman (Clyde, 1962-68) knows how much he enjoys working at St Paul's Cathedral on a Monday and spending his time volunteering and helping others.  As a Liveryman of the City,  Mike also enjoys connecting others with some of the cities quirks.

Back in 2009,  KHS staff member Kim Raccio was given 'The Freedom' and also became a Freeman of the City of London. A few weeks ago she and Mike met up again to enjoy one of the privileges of being a Freeman; the ability to herd sheep across London Bridge.     Kim is American and was key to establishing our American Studies programme at KHS for US pupils. 

Currently we have 39 pupils in that programme; giving them them ability to continue their US high school studies and graduate with a US High School diploma.