1-3 Chesilton Road, London, SW6 5AA
020 8154 6751
Co-educational Day Preparatory & Senior, Nursery & Sixth Form
|Executive Head of Fulham||Bex Tear|
|Co-ed Age Range||3-18 years|
|Number of pupils||650|
|Day fees per annum||£20,310 - £23,775 per annum|
|Average Class Size||18|
School Fulham School is independent and co-educational, providing a rich and diverse curriculum to boys and girls from age 3 to age 18. Situated in the heart of Fulham, the three school sites, Nursery & Pre-Prep, Prep and Senior, are ideally located to take advantage of London and the endless opportunities it offers to enhance education. For over 25 years Fulham School has believed 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. Specialist teachers and support staff inspire pupils to work to the limits of their potential, so they are prepared for the next steps in life while learning more about themselves and developing a broad range of interests.
Combining the best of tradition with innovative skills and methods Fulham School celebrates diverse abilities across academic, creative, and sporting pursuits. Teachers encourage the development of creative, problem-solving individuals who have tenacity, kindness, and self-worth. From the most academic to the most creative, the most driven to the most supportive, Fulham School wants each pupil to delight in what they do as they discover personal interests, gifts, and talents. "Our close-knit, global community celebrates individuality, kindness, and initiative and works together to achieve more." Bex Tear - Executive Head of Fulham School
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 or on the sports field. All pupils are encouraged to make contributions where their strengths lie and recognise the contributions of others.