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Fulford School named North of England State Secondary School of the Year

Fulford School has been named as The Sunday Times North of England State Secondary School of the Year.   We are thrilled to receive this recognition for the outstanding outcomes we achieve for our students and for the opportunities and support we provide within the school. This award reflects the talent, hard work and dedication…

Draft Admissions Policy for 2020 – 2021

Between 08 October and 07 December 2018 all admissions authorities for schools in York jointly conducted a consultation on admission arrangements for the admissions rounds for entry in September 2020. The closing date for comments was 07 December 2018.  After considering any comments received, the governing body/MAT board will, in its role as an admission…

Food and Drink to Help You to Perform to Your Best in Examinations

It’s easy to underestimate the benefits of a heathy diet in the run-up to examinations, particularly in light of the fact that many of the examination for reformed subjects are longer than they were previously.  Very often, students will consume food and drink which is high in sugar in advance of an examination, in order…

Year 7 Football Success

The Y7 boys continued their fantastic run of form from earlier on in the season by winning the York area cup last Thursday. The boys arrived at Poppleton Football ground having yet to be beaten this season. In tricky conditions with the wind playing havoc the boys produced their best performance of the season. They…

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…