Portland Place School pupils will front a high-profile tube campaign, in recognition of their exceptional achievements.
The Marylebone-based school has drawn upon talented students to feature in the ‘Be Inspired’ initiative, which aims to illustrate the school’s core values and dedication to developing each individual child both creatively and academically.
One pupil included in the campaign, Freya Francis-Baum (14) is a gifted netball player and keen athlete, she boasts a number of notable sporting accomplishments which have propelled her towards this much-coveted opportunity.
Freya has held the sought-after position of netball team captain for three years, during which the team has marked a trio of league wins. She also has a trophy cabinet of admirable athletic achievements.
Freya’s mother, Joanne Francis-Baum commented: “We are delighted that Freya has been selected to front the ‘Be Inspired’ campaign and that her outstanding sporting achievements have been acknowledged.
“Portland Place School is a good all-round school that has brought out the best in both of my daughters who attend, not just in their sporting endeavours but in the arts and academically too. It is a warm and welcoming, nurturing, family environment with excellent teaching staff who look at the child as an individual. I’m looking forward to my son joining in September.”
Headmaster at Portland Place School, David Bradbury commented: “We are excited to launch our new aspirational campaign. There is a wealth of talent here at Portland Place and each pupil featured represents our school admirably. Our philosophy to encourage pupils to achieve their best academically whilst also expressing their athleticism and creativity, is demonstrated within each pupil in the project.”