In a world which places ever greater demands on young people, it is vitally important that schools in the 21st century provide a genuinely holistic education to prepare girls and boys for the challenges they will face in their lives.

The legacy of Comenius, an early Moravian Minister, whose pioneering beliefs still influence Fulneck School today, determines our ethos of support and encouragement for each individual pupil in a happy and supportive environment where academic challenge is embraced.

At Fulneck, we are dedicated to blending academic excellence with a richness of opportunity beyond the classroom. As a relatively small and inclusive day and boarding school, we are committed to providing a curriculum to meet the needs of each individual pupil.

High standards of teaching combine with opportunities for independent study to create an intellectual curiosity that will stay with Fulneck pupils for life. With our diverse curriculum, we are constantly able to help our pupils to fulfil, if not exceed, their academic and intellectual potential.

The range of activities outside the classroom ensures that each pupil can grow and develop wherever their interests and talents may lie. We take great pride, not only in pupils who have gone on to represent their counties, or even their country, at an elite level, but also in those who demonstrate enthusiasm and commitment regardless of their level of participation.

The many educational trips, expeditions and tours, along with our highly successful Duke of Edinburgh Award, further evidence the breadth of our curriculum. With so much on offer, Fulneck students are sure to find their niche. So, as you can see, Fulneck provides a wealth of opportunities in a community which rewards hard work, ambition and enthusiasm.

In this unique environment, where mutual support, honesty, compassion and respect remain at the heart of everything we do, the sky is the limit for Fulneck pupils.

The pages within our website will go some way to showing you the sort of school we are but there is no substitute for coming along to meet the people at the heart of 

our community – our pupils and our outstanding team of staff.


I look forward to meeting you.

Deborah Newman


Overall, pupils at Fulneck School develop into confident, capable, mature and caring young people."


Independent Schools Inspectorate 2017
"In essentials UNITY, in non-essentials LIBERTY, in all things CHARITY"
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