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Admission Arrangements 2019/20 entry

Between 16 October and 1 December 2017 all admissions authorities for schools in York jointly conducted a consultation on admission arrangements for the admissions rounds for entry in September 2019. The closing date for comments was 1 December 2017. After considering any comments received, the South York MAT board, in its role as an admission…

North of England Panathlon Finals at Fulford School

As part of the Alternative Curriculum Day on Thursday 19th October, Fulford School hosted the North of England Panathlon finals. Panathlon is a disability event where severely disabled students with learning difficulties take part in a team to compete in a range of adapted indoor sports. The Joseph Rowntree School finished close runners-up in the…

Fulford School Support systems for 2017/18

Fulford School has redesigned its support structures into two teams to meet the developing needs of its school population to best effect. This has followed a period of review with staff, students and the Parent Council and is aimed at meeting increasing Learning and Wellbeing needs effectively through a new structure and additional roles established…

GCSE Results – 24 August 2017

Congratulations go to all our Year 11 students on their excellent performances in this summer’s exams and on recording another record breaking set of GCSE results in a time of substantial change and uncertainty. This year, an outstanding 81% of students achieved the new 9-4 grades in both English and Maths. The Average Attainment Eight…

A level Results – 17 August 2017

Huge congratulations go to all our students on their fabulous performances in this year’s A level and BTEC examinations. Our record breaking results this year reflect the hard work and talent of our students and they show a further improvement on the excellent performances achieved last year. These results deserve particular praise and celebration given…

Fulford School General Election 2017

Fulford students spent form time discussing the 5 main political parties and learning about their policies this week, then joined the rest of the nation in voting on Thursday 8th June. 667 students cast their votes across Key stages 3 and 4. In contrast to the national picture, Labour won a significant majority of votes,…

What country Friend, is this?

Year 9 GCSE Drama students recently took to the stage at York Theatre Royal to perform a scene from ‘Twelfth Night’, as part of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s associate schools’ project. This year the project included three Shakespeare plays, which are informally referred to as the shipwreck trilogy, and focused on issues of displacement and…