The children in our schools today will become the adults of tomorrow’s society. This is at the foremost of our consciousness in the Fulham Prep family of schools. The children need to be prepared for the competitive nature of the workplace and the leadership positions that they may occupy within it. This preparation involves fostering many traits: confidence, tolerance, empathy, involvement, resilience, responsibility and a positive approach. The list is by no means exhaustive and it is supported by the philosophy of the wider Inspired Group: lateral thinking, comprehension and innovative application of skills and concepts. In school these aims manifest themselves to the children as commitment, consideration and courtesy (the Three Cs).
At the Fulham Prep Schools the child is at the heart of our thinking; preparing them to be successful, individuals who will make a positive contribution to the world in which they will live. A broad intake means that from an early age children learn to work in teams that have a variety and depth of skill sets; children are encouraged to make their contributions where their strengths lie and to recognise the abilities and contributions of others. In this way a synergy is reached and the wider world can benefit. Children must learn to work hard in order to meet the demands of modern life, but also to balance their endeavours so that time is taken for play, enjoyment and personal fulfilment.
Fulham Prep School aims to encourage children to give of their best in all they undertake. The size of the school allows them to experience a wide range of academic and extra-curricular opportunities, to understand the skills and talents they possess and the strengths of others. We strive to put children on a path to a productive adulthood with a sense of responsibility to wider society.
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