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Head of House and Pastoral Assistant Details

  Mr H Deeks - Head of Hales



  Mrs J Wood - Pastoral Assistant

Welcome to Hales House

At Fulston Manor School our pastoral care sits alongside the School’s academic and extra-curricular programme to ensure that every child benefits from a truly holistic experience.

Our guiding principle is that every student is known and valued. This is achieved by creating a very strong support network including tutors, pastoral assistants and Head of House; every student having three members of staff directly responsible for their care. The quality of the professional relationship is key; therefore, support is consistent and caters to the individual needs of each and every boy and girl at the school

At Fulston Manor School, our students are extremely proud and loyal to their House and the aim is that for many years to come, there will be healthy and positive competition between Houses.

The Hales House Ethos

Support – we ensure we help, encourage and support students and engage in the process of providing them with the necessary skills for life. We understand that an individual can only succeed best by first supporting and helping others succeed.

Team – Hales is a community within the wider community of Fulston Manor School. We help each other, we strive to ensure everyone succeeds and we help each other to the best of our ability. This ensures the team move forward on a positive and fulfilling journey.

Respect – Respect is earned. Honesty is appreciated. Trust is gained and loyalty is returned. In Hales, we respect ourselves, which guides out morals. Giving respect to others guides our manners.

Inspire – We encourage Hales students to look for something positive in every day, even if some days they have to look a bit harder. Setting high standards and instead we encourage students not to go where the path may lead, but to go where there is no path and set a new trail for others to follow.

Value – Hales has the belief that Education is what survives when what has been learned has been forgotten. We strive to ensure that education endures.

Empower – Education is not a tool for development, whether it be as an individual, a community or even a nation. Education is the empowerment to make choices and emboldens our students to chase their dreams.

We pride ourselves on supporting our students throughout their time at Fulston Manor and we feel that a strong relationship between staff, students and parents is important to ensure the best possible pastoral care. You are always more than welcome to come and speak to myself or Mrs Wood should you have any concerns.

House Captains

Names of House Captains – Spenser Nounke and Emilie Weller

Sports Captains

Year 7   - Archie Saunders-Young and Amelia Tinker

Year 8   - Harry Rogers and Lauren Banham

Year 9   - Ioannis Gayle and Maria Ezinwa

Year 10 – Jack Mills and Vanessa Gbingie


Tutor Group


House Council Representatives


Jay-Jay Adlington

James Barrett/ Jay-Jay Adlington


Amelia Goodwin

Ethan Ellison-Evans


Darcie Lilley

Darcie Lilley/ Freya Sheehan


Ayo Aderibigbe

Chloe Reeves/ Rachael Wilson


Anthony Kennard

Lily-Rose King


Luke Gibson/ Bethany M-Kenny)

Ronnie West/ Kaicey Beaney


Harrison Patching-Scott

Maisy Chapman


Leonard West

Grace Sargeant


Rhys Medwyn

Dylan White


Shannon Harkins

Reagan King/ Charlie Lewis