1-3 Chesilton Road, London, SW6 5AA, UK
020 8154 6751
|Pre-Prep & Nursery Head||Di Steven|
|Language of Instruction||English|
|Co-ed Age Range||3-18 years|
|Number of pupils||650|
|Day fees per annum||£18,420 - £21,567|
|Average Class Size||18|
|Authorised IB Programmes||IBDP|
|Diploma Coordinator||Chris Cockerill|
Independent and co-educational Fulham School provides a rich and diverse curriculum from Reception to Sixth Form.
At Fulham School we believe in co-education in its broadest sense: not just girls and boys learning together, but learners of all abilities understanding that they have much to offer each other, and teachers as keen to learn and evolve as their students. Good schools achieve consistently strong results. Great schools help each individual achieve their best outcomes.
Situated in the heart of Fulham, our locations are a wonderful place to learn, play and grow. Specialist teachers and support staff inspire our pupils to work to the limits of their potential to prepare them for the next steps in life while learning more about themselves and developing a broad range of interests.
Founded in 1996, Fulham School has grown from a single class to a school of over 700 pupils, while retaining the warmth and family atmosphere that we are well known for. In 2014 we were proud to join the global Inspired Group, which educates many students across an international network of over 70 schools on five continents. Being part of the group gives us a remarkable wealth of talent and experience on which to draw and exposes our pupils to global perspectives and the best in educational approaches across the world.
Combining the best of tradition with innovative skills and methods, and founded on the principles of co-education and a diverse ability range, at Fulham School, our goals are simple:
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.