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  • 17/11/21

    Cousins Represent School And Cadets On Remembrance Sunday

    Two cousins Myles Lewer and Samuel Gostling joined together to take part in their first ever Faversham Remembrance Sunday parade. Both boys had joined the Sittingbourne Army Cadets earlier this year and were pleased to be able to march the route alongside the other cadets. Not only were they represe...
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  • 12/11/21

    Mrs Banks Skydives for Pilgrims Hospice!

    Our very own Mrs Banks, Schools Direct Administrator, decided to take her life in her hands and throw herself out of a plane – all for a good cause. Together with a few other fearless jumpers they raised in excess of £5000 for the Pilgrims Hospice East Kent.
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  • 12/11/21

    Finn Swims for Gold!

    Year 7 Cromer student, Finn Duchesne-Taylor, recently took the gold medal, and the only 1st place for his club, at the recent Faversham Swim Gala. Representing Sheerness Swim, Finn swam freestyle against Folkestone, Faversham, Sittingbourne and Hythe to end victorious. Well done Finn! We are pr...
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  • 12/11/21

    London Institute of Banking and Finance

    A BIG shout out to the following students who achieved outstanding results in The London Institute of Banking and Finance Level 3 Qualifications and have been awarded a scholarship towards a degree programme: Erin  Hughes, Millie Stears, Samuel Boosey, Liam Egan, Megan Yeames-Smith, Julia Zurav...
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  • 12/11/21

    Jenner Bowls Us Over By Winning 8 out of 8 Matches

    Year 13 Fulston Manor School student, Isaac Jenner, continues to wow the crowds with his sporting prowess on the Bowling circuit. Playing over the weekend of 11th and 12th September Isaac, 17, was a formidable opponent playing 8 different finals and winning all 8. Playing for Milton Regis...
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  • 21/10/21

    Half Term School and Finance Office Hours

    The School Office will be open Friday 22nd October 9am – 1pm. The School Office will be closed during the half-term holiday (25th October – 29th October.
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  • 25/08/21

    Kyla Gets Her Skates On!

    Year 10 student Kyla Simmons has recently taken part in a national Roller skating competition. Kyle competed in the artistic skating competition in Kettering on the 25th July and was placed  8th out of 13 in her solo, her duo I came 6th out of 13 and her team came 8th out of 18 which was a...
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  • 25/08/21

    GCSE Results Day!

    As with those collecting results on Tuesday, this year’s GCSE cohort have had what can only be described as a hugely unsettling and complicated 18 months, we are very proud of the resilience and hard work they have demonstrated.  Head of School, Susie Burden, was keen to emphasise that th...
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  • 10/08/21

    A-level Results Day!

    After what can only be described as a hugely unsettling and complicated 18 months, all staff and students are pleased to be at the culmination of their endeavours.  There is no doubt that after last year’s hugely complicated awarding process, the TAG process of this year has hopefully pre...
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  • 22/07/21

    School and Finance Office Opening Hours

    Office Opening Hours The school office will be open during the following times: Thursday 22nd July and Friday 23rd July - 9am to 1pm W/C Monday 9th August - 9am to 1pm W/C Monday 16th August - 9am to 1pm W/C Monday 23rd August - 9am to 1pm W/C Tuesday 31st...
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  • 22/07/21

    Kent Reconnect this Summer!

    The Kent community is uniting to give children and young people a summer of fun and opportunities. From free bus travel and discounted 6-week leisure centre passes through to summer learning and a guide to what’s on, Reconnect has something for children and young people of all ages.
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  • 22/07/21

    Jeans for Rett Charity Day - Friday 16th of July

    Students from Fulston Manor School stepped up again and took part in a charity event in aid of Reverse Rett through ‘Jeans for Rett” on Friday 16th July. Rett Syndrome is a devastating neurological disorder which affects approximately 1 in 10,000 girls. It strikes at...
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