Leeds, United Kingdom
About Fulneck School
Fulneck School is a mixed, non-denominational, all-through independent day and boarding school, situated in Pudsey, Leeds. The school has a strong Christian ethos. There are approximately 423 pupils at the school, 67 of which board. Students range between the ages of 3-18.
Fulneck School was established in 1753 by the Morvian Church. Originally two separate boys’ and girls’ schools, it merged to form a co-educational establishment in 1994.
Mrs Deborah Newman
Values and vision
Fulneck School wants to offer students a happy, supportive and nurturing learning environment for them to grow and learn in. It hopes to challenge and encourage pupils to reach their full potential in all areas of the curriculum, celebrating their achievements and success. A good relationship with parents is important to Fulneck School, and it works to maintain effective communication with them on a regular basis. The school teaches students to respect each other and themselves, while promoting its Christian values of care, compassion, humanity, honesty and integrity. Boarders are offered a happy and homely environment where they can excel in a caring, family-like atmosphere. The school offers a wide range of educational trips around Leeds and further afield. It encourages students to discover new hobbies and interests and nurture their talents with a broad range of extra-curricular clubs, including The Duke of Edinburgh Award.
Independent School Inspectorate
“Pupils are confident in their knowledge, understanding and skills. In both the junior and the senior school, written work is extremely well presented and pupils produce some extended writing of good quality. Pupils are articulate and communicate their ideas effectively”.