Fulneck School

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Fulneck School
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Motto Opening the Door to your Child's Future
Established 1753
Type Independent school
Religion Moravian Church
School Principal Mrs D. Newman
Vice Principal Mr D. Newman
Chairman of Governors Mr T. Smith
Location Fulneck
West Yorkshire
LS28 8DS
England Coordinates: 53°47′03″N 1°39′47″W / 53.78404°N 1.66311°W / 53.78404; -1.66311
Local authority City of Leeds
Students 440
Gender Coeducational
Ages 3–18
Houses Connor & Latrobe (Junior), Pegasus, Phoenix & Griffin (Senior)
Colours blue
Publication The Fulneck Times, The Comenian, The Orgreave
Website School site

Fulneck school is an independent boarding school, situated in the Fulneck Moravian Settlement, in Pudsey, West Yorkshire, England. It provides education for pupils between the ages of 3 and 18.


In 1753 and 1755, The Boys' and Girls' Schools were opened by the Moravian Church.[1] In 1994 the two schools became one. The Moravian Brethren and Sisters' communal houses are now, also, part of the school.

In 2008 the school reopened a building and renamed it the Robinson Building, which now serves as a learning centre for maths, geography, art and food technology

When Fulneck first opened the pupils would sleep at the top of the church. Now the school has boarding facilities.

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