You are warmly invited to our annual International Evening!
This is one of the highlights of our academic year, where we spend the evening listening to wonderful pieces of music, played by our own students and staff, followed by trying out delicious culinary delights from all around the world!
We hope to see you there on 17th October:
4-5pm - student and staff performances
5-6pm - food in the canteen - served to you by teachers!
All students and parents welcome! Please reserve your space here -
As some of you may know, from September 2020 Fulham Cross Academy will be opening. Fulham College Boys’ School will become Fulham Cross Academy. From Year 7 only, the new school will be accepting both boys and girls and the whole school will become a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) school. For more information, please visit the Fulham Cross Academy Website or come along to one of our open events.
Thank you to everyone that attended our Open Events this term! Due to high interest in Fulham Cross Academy, we will be putting on an informal coffee morning on Thursday 17th October at 9am.
You will be able to hear the headteacher’s talk, see the plans for our new school, and talk to other members of the senior leadership team about our exciting and innovative plans.
There is no need to book for this event; however, if you are interested, please fill out the ‘Book a Tour!’ form on the right-hand side of the website so we can gauge numbers - thank you.
We are pleased to announce that our brand new, state of the art Science building is due for completion in December 2019!
This is what it will look like:
Fulham College Boys’ School aims to give boys the best possible academic success. We do this through delivering high quality teaching from a stable, well qualified teaching team. Our staff and leadership team have an excellent reputation. We hold on tightly to the values which have been driving our success at Fulham College Boys’ School for several years now. Key to this is that we are a standalone, single-sex school which develops a personalised approach to the curriculum for each student.
We are an inclusive and caring small, all boys, local, community school with a strong focus on behaviour and routines because these enable the boys to succeed. Equally important is the way in which we actively promote equality and thereby offer a unique opportunity for young men from all faiths and backgrounds to succeed in their education and to become self-aware and confident global citizens.
As a school, our vision is ‘Achieving Excellence Together’ To do this we instil the following seven principles:
To ACHIEVE at Fulham College Boys’ School I need to:
Aim high and be ambitious
Celebrate our diversity
Help each other
Inspire through leadership
Value our environment
Exceed our targets
The ACHIEVE principles underline everything that we do at FCBS and FES. We, as the students and staff at school, will uphold these at all times through our daily work so that every student can maximise his potential and be a success.