The Fulham Boys School

The Fulham Boys School is a new Church of England Secondary School for boys.

The school opens in September 2014 with our first intake of Year 7 pupils. Our aim is to become one of the best schools in the country by providing an education that is geared towards boys, built on Christian principles and nurtures enterprise.

Applications for Year 7 entry in 2015 open on 1 September 2014 as part of the pan-London co-ordinated admissions scheme. Our Open Days for interested parents and boys are on Wednesday 1st October 9.30 am to 2.00 pm and Thursday 2nd October 4.30 pm to 6.30 pm – click here for details. In addition, a limited number of places remain available for admission to our first Year 7 (boys turning 12 this academic year). If you would like to apply for one of these places, please contact the school office.

The Fulham Boys School will be at Gibbs Green, West Kensington, London W14 9LY for at least two years before moving to permanent premises in Fulham. The school will be building year on year, reaching full capacity of 800 boys in 2020.

The Fulham Boys School is a Free School, funded by the Department for Education.  It has been set up by a group of local parents and teachers, with the support of the Diocese of London and the backing of The London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.

FBS’s vision is to provide an outstanding, enterprising education for boys, striving for academic excellence. Through the application of our Christian values, mutual respect, supportive pastoral care and inspirational teaching, we will help every boy to find his unique talent, and to realise it for the benefit of all.
Our vision is for a truly inclusive, community-based school. We are a Church of England school, actively encouraging support from applicants of other faiths and of no faith. For our admissions policy please click here.