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Fulham Prep School

200 Greyhound Road, London, W14 9SD

Fulham School is independent and co-educational, providing a rich and diverse curriculum to boys and girls from the age of 3 to 18. Above all, at Fulham School we believe in co-education in its broadest sense: not just girls and...
Fulham Prep School

Phone: 02073862444


Head: Neill Lunnon

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Fulham School is independent and co-educational, providing a rich and diverse curriculum to boys and girls from the age of 3 to 18. Above all, 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 his or her best outcomes. Situated in the heart of Fulham, our locations are a wonderful place to work, play and grow.

Notable Academic Facilities

The magnificent Victorian main building has benefitted from a substantial refurbishment and upgrade of facilities in the past two years with: new classrooms, science laboratories, a magnificent light and purpose-built art studio, design and technology facilities; a performance hall with state of the art lighting and sound as well as a fully-equipped ICT suite; and additional music technology suite, a beautiful, spacious, woodlandthemed library and a large assembly hall. We also exploit the facilities of London to an unusual degree, and see it as an extension of our classrooms, from the Bodyworks exhibition to the traditional galleries, our students have amazing opportunities to experience and learn from all that London has to offer.

Wellbeing & Pastoral Care

At Prep we follow the pattern of small group tutors, Heads of Year and pastoral specialists. A school counsellor is also in place and available to all ages . Responsive care of this kind is very important to us but we also believe strongly in outside speakers and a PSHE programme starting in Reception and continuing to Prep, (our Fulham Core) to equip all students with the skills to deal with challenges in advance. There’s a huge range of speakers and a programme of parent talks too. Role Models provide week long holiday courses to pupils from Pre-Prep to Year 8 on topics such as Resilience and Leadership. With regard to changes in mental health issues, in common with all schools these are becoming both more common (and accepted) and spread across a wider age range. It is a major challenge for all parents and all those in education and we seek to offer the best possible care and advice in response to it. The ‘Head’s Offices’ across all sites are ‘open-door’ with a regular flow of pupils ‘dropping in’ to chat about all that life has to throw at them. Pastoral care by all is key including members of the non teaching staff. There is nothing more important than the safety, welfare and well-being of our pupils. We love those smiles!

Advice For Parents

External applicants to join from ages 7, 8, (school years 3 and 4) must register by 31st October in the year prior to September entry. We advise early registration for all stages of Fulham School. Our admissions team are available to answer questions, arrange tours (virtual where needed) and assist families with the application process.

Typical Child

We are a School in which each pupil’s personal talents are identifed 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.

Highly Regarded For

When asked what they most love about their school, our children are quick to talk about their teachers and for good reason. At Fulham School we are fortunate to have such a professional, committed and caring staff who share their sense of fun and joy with the pupils as they seek to support each child in an individual way. When our pupils come to think of their future, they will face a dizzying array of options. Some will continue on to university, others will seek vocational courses or enter the work place. Wherever they go next, we want them to face their futures full of confidence and good heart, with dozens of adventures under their belts, with great friends, well-informed minds and with the intellectual confidence and resilience not only to take on the challenges ahead of them but to actively seek them out. Fulham School children are ready for anything.

Notable Points

All pupils are supported by a hugely experienced and dedicated SEND team. The team works closely with the teaching staff: our belief is that all teachers should engage with different learning styles and needs, supported by specialist advice. In addition, there is the opportunity for dedicated one-on-one support as needed.

Sector: Independent

Type: Junior School, Senior School, Through School

Day/Boarding: Day Only

Setting: City

Gender: Co-ed

SEN: Comprehensive SEN support

Sibling Policy: Yes

Financial Assistance: Academic Scholarship

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Entry Routes: 7+

Selection: Not Academically Selective

Early Application: None

Languages: French, Spanish, Latin


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