Our logo was designed by a pupil in a competition held when we originally opened, as a middle school, in March 1989.
Our logo takes the colours from Thomas Coram’s famous red and gold coat.
The boat represents Thomas Coram’s past as a shipwright and sailor.
The gold ‘t’ represents not only Thomas Coram’s initials, but also the gold of the triumph of the cross of Christ, recognising our foundation as a Church of England school.
The whole logo is contained in a ring to represent unity as a school family; and God having no beginning and no end.
You can find out more about the original Foundling Hospital crest and what it represented using the links below.
Foundling Hospital Crest (from the Old Coram Association)