Fulston Manor School
*IMPORTANT INFORMATION FROM FULSTON MANOR SCHOOL FOR SEPTEMBER 2021 APPLICATIONS*
Applications Open: - 2nd November 2020
Applications Close: - No close date
Entry Requirements: - 5 GCSEs at grades 4 to 9.
How to Apply: - Please apply via KentChoices
Open Event: - To be confirmed
Welcome to Fulston Manor School
Fulston Manor is recognised as a High Performing Specialist School, rated “outstanding” by OFSTED(2011), offering a comprehensive education for students between the ages of 11 and 19. The twin specialisms of Business and Enterprise and Raising Achievement ensure a focus on both academic achievement and the development of career related skills which, underpinned by high quality pastoral care, help to explain the enduring popularity and success of the school.
An enduring Sixth Form partnership with local grammar schools helps to ensure the broadest possible range of “A” Level courses from which to choose. With over 50% students going on to higher education this year, success rates are very high and demonstrate the truth behind the assertion that time spent at Fulston Manor is time well spent.
Sixth Form students are encouraged to contribute fully to the life of the school, through volunteering and community work, in addition to their academic studies. Students have the opportunity to participate in social events such as the annual Christmas Dinner and Summer Ball, both of which are arranged by the Sixth Form Social Committee. Every November we also run a 'Stayawake' to raise money for charity which, having been taking place for more than 15 years now, has become a central part of the cultural life of the school.
What makes us different?
Post 16 provision is excellent. A high quality Sixth Form Centre, reconstructed in 2009 to include internet café, social area and well equipped I.T. and study facilities, forms the base for students.
Additionally, students have access to a careers guidance specialist based in the Sixth Form Centre, together with a dedicated mentor team to assist students when difficulties arise.
The Sixth Form pastoral team are based in the Sixth Form Centre and are on hand throughout the day for students to access. All students are placed into a Sixth Form only tutor group, and the relationship between the tutor and tutee is one of support and encouragement.