Personal development, behaviour and welfare
In January 2015 OFSTED graded Fulham College Boys’ School as ‘Good’ across ALL areas. Therefore they deemed our students as:
- confident and self-assured, taking pride in their work, their school and their appearance.
- having positive attitudes to all aspects of their learning.
- showing respect for others’ ideas and views.
- valuing their education.
- feeling and knowing how to keep themselves safe.
Fulham College Boys’ School is proud to be a fully inclusive school which embraces the needs of the diverse community that it serves. Students that attend Fulham College Boys’ School come from in excess of 50 countries and speak well over 100 languages and all come together to learn respectfully in our school environment.
At Fulham College we place learning at the centre of all that we do. We offer a high quality education presented through a stimulating and successful learning environment which students at every level of secondary education can access and thrive in. This environment seeks to promote healthy relationships, mutual respect, safety and co-operation between all members of our school community. We believe that all of our students have the right to learn effectively and safely every day and our success with this is evident in the results that we achieve in Key Stage 4.
Fulham College operates a clear and transparent Home/School Agreement that students and families sign up to when they join the school. This supports the student in being successful throughout their education with us and begins to form the basis of a strong relationship with the family. Students are appropriately rewarded for their academic success, for high attendance to school and for exhibiting positive behaviours on a daily, weekly or termly basis. The school has a very clear Behaviour Policy which outlines the expectations of behaviour within the school and the consequences that will be given to any student that does not meet the expectations that they agreed to when they joined us.