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Fulham School

Fulham School

1-3 Chesilton Road, London, SW6 5AA, UK

020 8154 6751



Fulham School
School type Co-educational Day Preparatory & Senior, Nursery & Sixth Form
Founded 1996
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
Curriculum A Levels, GCSE
Language of Instruction English
Average Class Size 18

About Fulham School

Fulham School is independent and co-educational, providing a rich and diverse curriculum to boys and girls from ages 3 to 18 years old. Founded in 1996, Fulham School believes in co-education in its broadest sense: not just girls and boys learning together, but students of all abilities understanding that they have much to learn from each other and teachers being just as keen to learn and evolve as their students.

Our school is part of Inspired Education, the leading global premium group of schools that offer excellence in education to over 75,000 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.

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 many education enhancing opportunities that it offers. Specialist teachers and support staff inspire pupils to work to the limits of their potential, so that they are prepared for their next steps in life, whilst also learning more about themselves and developing a broad range of interests.

Personalised Learning

Teachers work alongside pupils to support the discovery of personal interests and strengths whilst also instilling the confidence in pupils to try everything: even what they find most challenging.

At Fulham School, each student, regardless of if their interests are academically driven or creatively inspired, is encouraged to delight in what they do. We are of the belief that it is ultimately this approach to learning that will allow students to achieve more than they ever expected.


Fulham School supports its students to prosper in whatever field they find passion and interest. We guide students in their higher education application process so that they might attain scholarships and university admission into schools that will both complement and challenge them. Simultaneously, we seek to nurture passions that lie outside the classroom, supporting students in their endeavours on the sports field or the stage.

All pupils are encouraged to make contributions and recognise the contributions of others. "We seek to provide life skills, the ability to make connections between and beyond subjects, the ability to work together to achieve more than any individual can alone."