Fulham School, founded in 1996 by Jane Emmett, is independent and co-educational. Providing a rich and diverse curriculum from Nursery to Sixth Form celebrating diverse abilities across academic, creative and sporting pursuits.
Fulham School seeks to offer an outstanding education, combining the best of tradition with innovative skills and methods, founded on the principles of co-education and a diverse ability range.
At Fulham School our goals are simple:
• To encourage the development of creative, problem-solving individuals with tenacity, kindness and secure self-worth.
• To provide the most distinctive, forward thinking and outward-looking co-educational environment, where diverse abilities are recognised, celebrated and given fullest expression.
We are a School in which each pupil’s personal talents are identified and developed, and where all pupils learn the confidence to embrace what they find hardest and join in with everything. From the most academic to the most creative, the most driven to the most supportive, we want each pupil to take delight in what they do, not where it will get them, and to be driven on by that delight to achieve more than they ever expected.
Fulham School is part of Inspired Education, the leading global premium group of schools that offer excellence to over 55,000 students worldwide. From exchange programmes to exclusive camps, to leadership conferences and shared learning experiences, inspired offers a range of enriching global opportunities which give students a chance to travel, meet peers from other countries and become a part of a vibrant international community.
National Curriculum of England & Wales to GCSE, International Baccalaureate (IB)
Fulham School supports the highest of academic high-flyers to achieve the scholarships and university places that will challenge them most alongside pupils whose chief passions and interests are expressed in practice and rehearsal rooms, on the sports field, or among friends. All pupils are encouraged to make contributions where their strengths lie and recognise the contributions of others. As a school we believe in genuine personal recognition, expressing the pride we feel in every single one of our pupils.
Karate, Ballet, Drama, Jewellery, Sewing, Science, Musical Instruments, ICT, Cookery, Dodgeball, Construction, Sports, Gardening, Art & Craft, Chess Club, Football, M:Tech, Magic Club, Mindfulness & Meditation Club, Newspaper Club, Yoga, Brass Band, Fencing, Touch Typing, Mini-Engineers LEGO Club, Debating, Brain Teasers Club, Photography, Jazz Band, Library Club