Fulston Manor School

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Fulston Manor School
Motto Everybody matters, everybody succeeds, everybody helps
Type Academy
Headteacher Alan Brookes
Location Brenchley Road
ME10 4EG
51°19′58″N 0°44′12″E / 51.3329°N 0.7368°E / 51.3329; 0.7368Coordinates: 51°19′58″N 0°44′12″E / 51.3329°N 0.7368°E / 51.3329; 0.7368
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–18
Houses Morrison, Cromer, Stanhope, Hales
Website Fulston Manor Website

Fulston Manor School is a secondary School with academy status in Sittingbourne, Kent. The head teacher is Alan Brookes. It teaches years 7-13 (11- to 18-year-olds).

The school uses a vertical house system[1] rather than traditional year/age based groups where every student is assigned to one of the four houses (Cromer, blue, Hales, red, Stanhope, yellow and Morrison, green).

School structure[edit]

Lower school[edit]

As of 2014, the lower school has an annual intake of 210 students at the beginning of Year Seven (age 11).[2] The school uniform consists of a black blazer accompanied with the school badge on the breast pocket, with grey trousers and a white shirt. Socks may either be black or grey. Shirts must be worn with a tie, which varies according to the house in which the student is placed. Girls may also wear a scarlet v-neck jumper to accompany the blazer.[3]

Notable former pupils[edit]


  1. ^ The House System
  2. ^ "Admissions". Fulston Manor School. Retrieved 23 June 2014. 
  3. ^ "Uniform and Sports Kit". Fulston Manor School. Retrieved 23 June 2014.