Fulford School, named The Sunday Times North of England State Secondary School of the Year

 

We are delighted that Fulford School has been named The Sunday Times North of England State Secondary School of the Year. This is the second year in a row that Fulford has been recognised for the excellent outcomes of its pupils at both GCSE and A Level.

This is a reflection on all the hard work and commitment of both pupils and staff within the school and the support and encouragement of parents and carers.

Academic excellence is central to what we do as a school. Our pupils have outstanding outcomes and make exceptional progress. However we believe education goes beyond exam results and, supported by our core values, we are committed to doing all we can to enable our pupils to have experiences that are character building, challenging, nurturing and life affirming.

We are extremely proud of our pupils and the fantastic things they do each and every day. We will continue to build our school community to enable all pupils to be successful, productive and proactive members of their school and our wider society.

Steve Lewis

Head Teacher

 

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