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Fulston Manor School
Brenchley Road, ME10 4EG, UK Sittingbourne
+44 (0)1795 475228

Fulston Manor School

Everybody matters, everybody succeeds, everybody helps


Fulston Manor is a mixed, wide ability school, offering a comprehensive education for pupils between the ages of 11 and 18. Enjoying an enviable reputation both for its academic success and the quality of its pastoral care, the school's enduring popularity is testimony to the achievements of successive generations of students.

At Fulston Manor we are proud of our ability to bring the best out of each student in our community. As well as individual academic targets, designed to ensure that progress is recognised at all levels, a wealth of opportunities exist for pupils to participate in extra curricular activities and to develop the personal skills necessary for tomorrow's citizens. Although constantly developing new initiatives, the school is based upon traditional values, with courtesy and respect being expected from all.


No make up, nail varnish or jewellery should be worn to school.  All extremes of hairstyling are not permitted in school. Examples of the types of style considered inappropriate are dying in non-natural hair colours, contrasting colours, long hair extensions, beading, braiding and cuts shorter than No. 2.
Shoes should be black, plain and sensible. For obvious safety reasons, thin or higher heels are inappropriate. Shoes should be suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Boots, trainers, canvas or other highly coloured shoes may not be worn in school.


Scarlet v-neck jumper and/or black blazer with School Badge
White shirt
House tie
Grey school skirt – choice of two styles

  • Straight with kick-pleat at centre back.
  • Box pleat.

Skirts must be knee length and/or Harrow Grey Trutex girls bootcut fashion trousers, with zip fly front, one functional pocket under front waistband. Double stitch detail around the waistband.  Available from Trutex website, School Uniform Shop website or from Forsters (details at the foot of this page).

Dark grey or black trousers are not permitted
Blazers must be worn with trousers
Short-sleeved white shirt (optional for use during summer term)
Socks – plain white ankle or knee length socks with skirts.
Plain grey or black socks with trousers
No trainer socks. No logos
Tights – plain grey, minimum 40 denier


Black blazer with School Badge
Grey v-neck pullover (optional)
White shirt
House tie
Charcoal grey classic straight-legged tailored school trousers
Short-sleeved white shirt (optional for use during summer term)
Plain grey or black socks
No trainer socks. No logos

Games/P.E Clothing

A complete change is expected for each games or P.E lesson.  Pupils should bring their own towels to use for showers, available after games lessons.  Cricket bats, hockey sticks and tennis racquets are provided, but pupils are welcome to bring their own.


Plain white polo shirt (embroidered with school badge)
Scarlet shorts (embroidered with school badge)
White socks (short)
Red/White hockey/football socks (with Fulston Manor School name)
Plain black tracksuit bottoms (optional) (with Fulston Manor School logo)
Plain black sweatshirt (embroidered with Fulston Manor School logo)
Shin pads (strongly recommended)
Gum shields (strongly recommended)
Rain jacket (optional)


Plain white polo shirt (embroidered with school badge)
White shorts (embroidered with school badge)
Red/White reversible rugby shirt
Red/White football socks (with Fulston Manor School name)
White socks (short)
Football boots
Plain black tracksuit bottoms (optional) (with Fulston Manor School logo)
Plain black sweatshirt (embroidered with Fulston Manor School logo)
Shin pads (strongly recommended)
Gum shields (strongly recommended)
Rain jacket (optional)


All uniform is available from the school outfitters:
Messrs. S.E. Forster, School Outfitters, 17 & 19 East Street, Sittingbourne, Kent
Telephone number: (01795) 472947

Marks and Spencers for grey tights and girls’ white shirts:

John Lewis at Bluewater for grey skirts and white shirts.

Trutex website:

School Uniform Shop Website:


Key Stage 3

All the students will follow the same curriculum during this National Curriculum Key Stage. A total of fourteen different subjects ensures that students are enabled to acquire skills and knowledge across as broad a range as possible

Key Stage 4

The curriculum in this Key Stage consists of a core element and an optional element. As well as studying the core subjects students have the opportunity to choose from a selection of others, thus allowing them to pursue particular strengths and interests. Every effort is still made to ensure that individual students follow a broad and balanced curriculum.

All subjects are followed to GCSE level or equivalent with all students taking either eight or nine such examinations. In accordance with the Education Act, students will be tested at the end of each key stage, the results of these tests being made available for the parents.

Sex education is delivered through Science lessons, Religious Education and the Life Skills programme. Parents have the right to withdraw their children from sex education and religious study lessons.

Examination results at all levels are outstanding.  We are consistently one of the top performing schools of our type in the country, bringing the best out of students of all abilities and aptitudes.

Sixth Form at Fulston

The whole school enjoys an outstanding reputation for its high standards and caring ethos. Sixth formers are our leading ambassadors and people of whom we have good cause to be very proud.

The Sixth Form at Fulston Manor offers a unique range and combination of courses, providing packages suitable for students of all abilities whatever their particular interests. In addition to the variety of subjects on offer, supplemented still further by the links with local grammar schools, extensive work related contacts, high quality careers assistance, a range of social activities and events, sporting opportunities and a student centred support system ensure that every sixth former derives maximum benefit from time spent with us.

The Sixth Form is seen not only as an opportunity for academic enhancement but also as an environment in which young men and women can develop the personal qualities necessary to succeed in society. Every student is seen as an individual and valued as such, being given the chance to increase in self confidence and interpersonal skills whilst achieving the best possible qualifications.

Key Stage 4 Curriculum

Introductory Notes


The sheets of information enclosed within this folder are designed to give you, the students and the people at home some basic information about the curriculum that is available for the next two years.  Some of the information concerns subjects that are compulsory for all students and form the Core Curriculum.  These notes are on the blue paper.

The remainder of a student’s timetable will consist of subjects chosen from the Option Blocks.  These blocks consist of a range of subjects which allow the students to gain qualifications at GCSE level.  The curriculum offered to the students is a broad and balanced one, reflecting the current influence of the National Curriculum and other initiatives such as the Applied GCSE Courses and Vocational Courses. The information about the Option subjects is on the white paper.

Last year saw the establishment of a Curriculum Partnership with both Westlands School and Sittingbourne Community College.  This partnership allows a small group of students to study a particular vocational course at either of these centres.  The Westlands School offers a course in Construction whereas the Sittingbourne Community College offers a course in Engineering.  The outline details of these courses are included in this prospectus on yellow paper.


When you are not eating, there are many, many things for you to do.  As you get older, you will find that you no longer want to run around and ‘play’ with your friends.  That is why we offer so many clubs for you to join.  There is such a wide variety that you are sure to find some that you will like.  Your House areas are also available for you to work, sit with friends, relax or play board games.  The school has a very good library, which is open at lunchtime and after school.

During your first term, joining in with the activities will help you to meet lots of new people.


The school operates a House system, every child being allocated to a Tutor Group within one of the four Houses prior to admission. Although teaching groups are drawn from all the Houses and students may change sets, they will remain in the same House throughout key stages 3 and 4, after which they will transfer to the Sixth Form. This provides a level of consistency and security essential for all students as well as offering a fixed contact point for parents; all enquiries or exchanges of information are channelled through the Heads of House.

The House is also the main social unit of the school. Purpose built House areas are used as dining rooms at lunchtimes and as places where members of the House may meet and relax. The provision of such amenities helps to foster the good relationships which exist between students of all ages and abilities within the school.

A spirit of friendly rivalry exists between the Houses, rivalry which is given ample opportunity to manifest itself in a wide range of inter-house competitions. Students are encouraged to develop a sense of pride in their House, working not just for themselves but for others. Charity fund raising activities are also organised on a House as well as a school basis, further fostering the concept of a caring community which is central to the aims of Fulston Manor

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