This borough seemed nice, but homes are very expensive and it is in the middle of the city.
Burlington Danes Academy is a Church of England Academy for boys and girls aged 11-18. The Academy has specialist status in maths and the performing arts in newly built state-of-the-art facilities.
The Academy is sponsored by the educational charity ARK and is proud to serve a vibrant and culturally diverse community with an emphasis on academic excellence in all subjects.
Fulham College Boys’ School (FCBS) is an all-ability, non-faith school which welcomes boys aged 11-16 who meet the admissions criteria. Fulham College Boys’ School (FCBS) is an academy which focuses on raising boys’ achievement. Small class sizes and a curriculum that is designed to meet the needs of students of all abilities has led to a significant rise in GCSE results, placing the school in the top 2% nationally in 2011 and 2012, according to Government Value Added tables published in January 2012. School specialist status subjects: science. FCBS offers excellent facilities including specialist science and design and technology blocks, a multiuse Astroturf sports pitch and gym on site and a fully equipped performing arts centre. Ofsted rated the school as ‘Good’ in 2010, referring to “a very harmonious and happy school”.
Hammersmith Academy is a non-denominational, all-ability, co-educational secondary school for 11-18 year olds, with specialisms in Creative & Digital Media and IT. The Academy is sponsored by two Livery Companies, The Mercers’ Company and The Information Technologists’ Company. This partnership provides extensive educational expertise and practical and innovative business experience.The Academy aims to develop the talents of all its students to the full and to raise educational standards, through excellent teaching and the innovative use of IT. The Academy is based in a specialist four storey building which boasts state-of-the-art facilities including a large Theatre, Drama and Dance studios, Digital Editing and IT suites, Library, Fitness Suite, four-bay Sports Hall, outdoor Astroturf area, modern practical art and design, science and technology spaces, and modern classrooms and larger learning bases.
Hurlingham & Chelsea School is a community comprehensive school, providing a highly supportive family community education for boys and girls aged 11-16, with no specialist status. GCSE examination results have improved rapidly for seven consecutive years and the progress made by the students is outstanding.
Phoenix High School became a Foundation school in July 2010. The school opened its new sixth form in September 2010 and is for boys and girls aged 11-19. Phoenix High School is a specialist science college. It was judged to be ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted in January 2008.
The Fulham Boys’ Free School is a new Church of England Free School for boys, set up by a group of local parents and teachers with the support of the London Diocesan Board for Schools. The school plans to admit its first intake of 120 boys to Year 7 in September 2014 and welcomes applicants from all faiths, and those of no faith. Applications are welcomed from boys of all faiths and none, but all applicants and their parents/carers will be expected to respect the Christian ethos of the school. No specialism.
The London Oratory School is a Roman Catholic academy for boys aged 11-18. Only catholics.
Specialism: music. Has a pool, probably a small one.
The West London Free School is the first free school in Britain to be set up by a group of teachers and parents. The school offers an academically rigorous education characterised by high expectations, strong discipline and a competitive atmosphere. It is a music specialist school and every child is expected to learn Latin up to the age of 14. It offers no technical or vocational subjects.