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.

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Upcoming Events

Saturday 5th October 2019

Annual Dinner, venue and guest speaker to be confirmed.

The President of the Former Pupils’ Association is Rob Tordoff

Rob Tordoff is the FFPA Alumni President for 2019/20. Rob was at Fulneck School from 1987 to 1995, after which he attended the University of York, studying Information Technology, Business Management and French. His career initially took him to North London to work for a Tech business before he returned to Yorkshire and moved to a career in the insurance industry. Rob continues to live locally and is married with two children – both of whom now follow in his footsteps and attend Fulneck School.

“It was an honour to be asked to be President of Fulneck Alumni. I never thought I was old enough but I guess I probably now am! I really enjoyed my time at Fulneck School and I am really thankful for the life skills I was taught which I believe have put me in good stead throughout my working career. I was so pleased that I was able to send my children to the school as well and it has been great reconnecting as a parent. So much has changed since I attended but the ethos of the school is very much still in play and the continued focus on the pupils as individuals is great to see. I really hope that during my year I can help to reconnect other former pupils with the school, work with the School to support them where I can and I am looking forward to meeting everyone over the coming year.”

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