In 2013 96% of boys achieved 5 A* - C GCSEs
Raising Boys' Achievement
In 2013 60.4% of boys achieved 5 A* - C GCSEs including English and Maths
A new era for education in Kingwood Road
Heitinga hits Fulham College Boys’ School
Students were treated to a visit from Johnny Heitinga, Fulham Football Club’s centre back and a Dutch International player. They have been taking part in an Enterprise project run by Fulham Football Club Foundation and were set a challenge which involved competing with other schools to invent and market an app that could improve theRead More…
Fulham College Boys’ School one of the best in the country for student progress at GCSE
Fulham College Boys’ School has received national recognition for the value it adds to students’ achievements at GCSE.Read More…
A recent in-depth analysis of official Department for Education data on all state-funded schools in England by SSAT, the national schools’ membership organisation for improvement and collaboration, identified Fulham College Boys’ School’s success.
The school has qualified
Adapt and Survive!
Year 10 students spent a day with the Royal Marines at a ‘Meet the Marines’ event earlier this week. This is a national event that tours the UK and is aimed at 14 – 18 year old students. An early start (0700) was followed by a day spent outside experiencing a day in the RoyalRead More…
Representatives from Fulham College Boys’ School and Fulham Enterprise School thought they would usher in the official start of summer by partaking in a short camping trip. They excitedly set off at 3pm on Friday 28th March to travel to the beautiful spot of Bentley Copse Campsite in the Surrey Hills near Guildford. The students wereRead More…
Duke of Edinburgh Awards Presentation – 25 February 2014
More than 75 young people have picked up bronze and silver awards for their achievements in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.Read More…
Each award was presented by Andrew Christie, Tri-Borough Director of Children’s Services, at Hammersmith Town Hall.
He said “I was impressed by all of the young people from H&F who clearly worked incredibly hard
Fulham teacher has led Duke of Edinburgh Award for 10 years
Article from getwestlondon 05 March 2014, by Poppy BradburyRead More…
‘A teacher has been commended for leading the challenging Duke of Edinburgh Award at his school for 10 years.
Andrew Christie, the Tri-borough director for children’s services, last week presented Mr Cox with an award for outstanding service to DofE in Hammersmith and Fulham.
Fulham College Boys are World Record Breakers! Video
47 students and 5 members of staff have made their way into the Guinness Book of World Records for their participation in the world’s largest Samba band. The group, led by Mr Olan and Mr Lipscombe travelled to the Royal Albert Hall to take part in this exciting event. Not only have the students learntRead More…
Additional Open Events
We are pleased to announce additional Open Events between 09:00 and 10:30 on the following dates:
Thursday 13th March
Friday 14th March
Thursday 20th March
Friday 21st March
We hope to see you there!Read More…
Jack Petchey Stars Shine Bright
Fulham College Boys’ School turned up to the Jack Petchey annual award ceremony in force this year! The boys all won awards for their positive contribution to the school community and were nominated by teachers, pupils and support staff. The prestigious event took place in Kensington Great Hall and a huge audience watched the boysRead More…
Fulham College Academy Trust Takes Top 2 Positions in Hammersmith and Fulham!
We are delighted to announce that Fulham College Boys’ School has been ranked the number 1 school in Hammersmith and Fulham (and in the top twenty in England!) for the progress our students make during their time with us. Fulham Cross Girls’ School was also rated second in the borough. In an interview with the Fulham ChronicleRead More…