Headteachers' End Of Term Message
At the end of a long and extremely successful term I would like to wish everyone connected with the school a happy Christmas and a peaceful New Year. From the first set of Year 11 interviews on 8th September to the last notes of the Carol Concert on 16th December, staff have been working long hours to ensure that each student is given every opportunity to succeed. I would wish to pay tribute to all staff involved and to thank parents and carers for their invaluable support in the task of developing young men and women of whom we may all be proud. There is no more important work than this and I hope that you share my belief that it is both a privilege and a pleasure to participate in such a project.
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Christmas Jumpers Spread The Joy
Fulston Manor School students enjoyed a delicious Christmas dinner created by our amazing catering staff and served by teaching and support staff. To add to the festive fun students and staff paid a minimum of £1 each to wear Christmas jumpers and ties.
Mrs Palmer said, “It was a fantastic day and was wonderful to see so many students take part this year, especially so many of our 6th Form who really went to town. The most amazing thing on the day though was the generosity of the students and their parents to give to our two chosen charities: Breathe Hope for Roisin and The Carer’s Trust. Money just came rolling in, not only from students wearing the festive jumpers but from others who were just happy to wear their school uniform. A fabulous amount was raised, £430.29, and I cannot thank everyone enough for taking part”.