1. Contact details

Selsdon Road
New Haw
KT15 3HW

For general enquiries, you may contact the School via the following methods:

Tel: 01932 349301 (08:00 am – 4:30 pm, Mon – Fri)
Fax: 01932 351224

Paul Ballard, Chair of Governors, can be contacted through the school.

Queries from parents and members of the public should be addressed to Mrs K Moore (Principal).

Email: info@fullbrook.surrey.sch.uk


GEP Academies Head Office

George Abbot School,

Woodruff Avenue

Guildford GU1 1XX

United Kingdom

Tel: 01483888188


2. Fullbrook’s Admissions Policy

Click here to see the School’s admissions policy 2019 – 2020

Click here to see the School’s admissions policy 2018 – 2019

Click here to see the School’s admissions policy 2017 – 2018

Click here to see the School’s Sixth Form admissions policy 2019 – 2020

Click here to see the School’s Sixth Form admissions policy 2018 – 2019

Click here to see the School’s Sixth Form admissions policy 2017 – 2018


3. Fullbrook’s Most Recent OFSTED Report

Click here to see the School’s most recent OFSTED report


4. Fullbrook’s Most Recent Examination Results

Click here to see the school’s most recent examination results

Click here to access the School Performance Tables on the DfE website

For a summary of KS4 Results click here

For a summary of KS5 results click here


5. The Curriculum at Fullbrook

Fullbrook offers a broad and balanced curriculum at Key Stages 3, 4 and 5.

Key Stage 3 – Years 7, 8 and 9:

Students follow the national curriculum in English, Maths, Science, Art, Drama, Geography, History, ICT, Music, Physical Education, Technology and at least one Modern Foreign Language from French, German or Spanish. All students follow the locally agreed curriculum in Religious Education.

For further details of each subject, click here.

Key Stage 4 – Year 10 and 11:

All students study English, Maths, Science, RE, PE and Citizenship. They can choose to study an additional four subjects from Art and Design, Business Studies, Computing, Drama, Expressive Arts, French, Food, Geography, German, Graphic Products, Health and Social Care, History, ICT, Media Studies, Music, Physical Education, Resistant Materials, Sociology, Spanish and Textiles.

Students are encouraged to take subjects that will enable them to achieve the English Baccalaureate (English, Maths, Science, Geography or History, a Modern Foreign Language plus two other subjects) but at Fullbrook we recognise that all students have different careers aspirations and learning needs so are supported to make option decisions that best suit their own goals.

For further details of each subject, click here.

For further details on option choices, click here.

Key Stage 5 – Year 12 and 13:

Students choose for 3/4 AS and A Levels and 3 BTEC Level 3 Diplomas. The Majority of students study 4 AS Levels and 3 A Levels with a minority starting on 3 AS Levels or 1 BTEC and 2 AS Levels and completing 3 A Levels or 1 BTEC and one A Level.

Students choose their own course of study which is dependant on them meeting the minimum GCSE requirements for Level 3 study (5 A*-C at GCSE) and individual subject GCSE minimum requirements.

Students can re-take English and Mathematics GCSE whilst continuing on with their further studies at Key Stage 5. GCSE English and Mathematics grade C or above must be attained to move on to Higher Education, Apprenticeships and Employment.

For details of English as an additional language (EAL) provision, click here.

Please click here to view Fullbrook’s British Values statement


6. Behaviour Policy

Click here to see Fullbrook’s Conduct Policy

Click here to see Fullbrook’s Conduct – Exclusion Policy

Click here to see Fullbrook’s Anti – Bullying Policy


7. Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium funding is allocated to children from low income families who are known to be eligible for free school means and children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months.

Use of Pupil Premium 2017-18 and Pupil Premium Strategy 2018-19

Use of Pupil Premium 2016-17

Catch up premium

Fullbrook Analysis of the Progress of Disadvantaged Pupils

Use of Pupil Premium 2015-16

Year 7 Catch-Up Funding 2014-15

Use of Pupil Premium 2014-15

Use of Pupil Premium 2013-14

Use of Pupil Premium 2012-13


8. Special Educational Needs

The Special Education Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator is Ms S Bunce. who can be contacted on bunces@fullbrook.surrey.sch.uk 

The Fullbrook SEND Information Report
The Fullbrook SEND Policy
The Fullbrook Accessibility Plan 
For details on The Surrey Local Offer for Children and Young People with SEND


9. Fullbrook’s Charging and Remissions Policy

Click here to see the charging and remissions policy 


10. Fullbrook’s Ethos and Values

The Fullbrook community inspires an active passion for learning in everyone. We challenge respect and support each other to be better than we ever though we could be.

The Fullbrook Way:

  1. Respect – Treat everyone with respect
  2. Safe – Keep ourselves and others safe at all times
  3. Environment -Value our environment
  4. Learn – Allow everyone to learn
  5. Right Choice -Make the right choice


Fullbrook Funding Agreement

Fullbrook Deed of Novation and Variation / Supplemental Funding Agreement

Fullbrook Latest Accounts Report

Guildford Education Partnership Latest Account 2016 onwards

Fullbrook Accounts 2015

Fullbrook Accounts 2014

Fullbrook VFM Statement 2014

Fullbrook VFM Statement 2013

GEP Statutory Information

GEP Annual Report, Audited Accounts 2016-17

GEP Annual Report, Audited Accounts 2015-16

GEP Articles of Association

GEP Policy Statement on Provider Access

GEP Trustees and Members

GEP Structure

GEP Master Funding Agreement

GEP Scheme of Delegation

GEP Register of Interests

Fullbrook Appeals Timetable 2018-2019

Fullbrook Appeals


Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy

Staff Code of Conduct
Medical – Medical Conditions Policy
Equality – Equality Objectives
Complaints – Complaints Policy
Governors Information and duties – Governors Information and duties
Attendance – Penalty Notices for unauthorised absence