Lasting and lifelong friendships are made at Fulneck School and former students look back on their days here with fondness. We want to ensure that these friendships continue and the Fulneck Alumni group serves to provide not only a link between peers but also maintains your connection with the school. Any student that attended Fulneck School can become a member of the Fulneck Alumni group for free. Once registered, we will send you mailings to keep you informed of reunions, events and developments.
Registering to become a member also enables you to give something back to the school, for example by delivering a careers talk to current pupils or contributing to one of our alumni newsletters.
You can register your details on our database below or contact the school to submit your information by phone 0113 257 0235 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Dates for your diaries
Thursday 10th MayAGM, starting at 7pm. to be followed by a meal at Cafe 54 in Fulneck.
Saturday 30th June
Summer Reunion starting at 12.30pm. Includes lunch and afternoon tea.
Friday 2nd November
Former Pupils' Annual Dinner at 7.15pm - At the Leeds Hilton Hotel. Guest Speaker, Sir Gary Verity (Welcome to Yorkshire)
Thursday 6th December
Former Pupils' Christingle Service, Fulneck Church 7.15pm.
The President of the Former Pupils’ Association is Marie Christopher.
Marie Christopher is the FFPA Alumni President for 2018/19. Her Fulneck connections run deep. Marie and her brother Richard were second generation ‘Fulneckers’ with their mother Lynne Christopher and Auntie Joy Mandy (nee Stainsby) both attending the school in the 60s and 70s. She now has a third generation at Fulneck with Richard’s daughter Ellie in Year 1.
Marie was at Fulneck from 1988 to 1999 where she completed her A Levels in English Literature, Politics, Geography and General Studies. After leaving Fulneck, Marie attended Leeds Trinity University to study an honours degree in Media and Sociology and a Master’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism. Over the next 15 years Marie reported on some of the biggest news stories in Yorkshire and became the Breakfast Newsreader on Capital FM’s flagship show ‘Hirsty’s Daily Dose.’ As Regional News Editor for the biggest commercial radio brands in the UK she oversaw an award-winning news team for Yorkshire and the North East. In 2015 Marie moved to ‘Welcome to Yorkshire’ where she was appointed Director of Communications overseeing large media campaigns to promote Yorkshire domestically and globally including the now infamous Tour de Yorkshire. Marie lives locally in Drighlington with her fiancé Chris and baby daughter Florence.
“I’m thrilled to have been appointed President of Fulneck Alumni. I have incredibly fond memories of my 11 years at the school and made very many friends, many of whom have become friends for life. There are some friends though that I would very much like to make contact with again and relive the fun times we had together playing hockey and tennis, going on amazing school trips to The Dales, skiing in Italy, our trip to Russia or just laughing about those infamous school dinners! The Alumni is the perfect way to get together whether it be through the Summer Reunion, The Alumni Dinner in November or the fabulous Christingles Service in Church at Christmas. I’m very much looking forward to helping organise these lovely events to give every former pupil, young and old, the opportunity to re-connect with their school friends and relive those precious childhood memories.”