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Moravian Schools

The Moravian Church has always been actively involved in education and today still maintains two independent schools. Fulneck in West Yorkshire and Ockbrook in Derbyshire.

Fulneck School, West Yorkshire

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Fulneck School is a historic independent school with a Christian ethos, and is based in Pudsey, West Yorkshire, England.

The school was established in 1753 by the Moravian Church in order to provide an education for the sons and daughters of the Church's ministers and missionaries.

Today it provides a modern education for the pupils of West Yorkshire, as well as attracting a small number of boarders from the United Kingdom and overseas.

  • Ages 3 to 18 years
  • Separate Nursery, Kindergarten, Junior School & Senior School
  • Fully co-educational with small teaching groups
  • Day and boarding or flexi-boarding facilities
  • Bursaries and Scholarships available
  • Learning Support Unit
  • Overseas Language Development Support
  • Extended day facilities available (8.00am - 6.00pm)

fulneck-churchFor more information please visit the school web site, or contact directly:
Fulneck School, Pudsey, Leeds
West Yorkshire, England LS28 8DS

Tel: (0113) 257 0235
Fax: (0113) 255 7316

 

Ockbrook School, Derbyshire

Ockbrook-Moravian-SchoolOckbrook, a School established by the Moravian Church in 1799, maintains a Christian ethos which shows itself throughout the life and work of the School... governors, teachers, pupils and parents working together in the pursuit of excellence.

The key attribute of education at Ockbrook is that of developing the individual's full potential. The pursuit of excellence is central to the School's ethos and we have high expectations of all pupils as they respond to the sense of challenge and tradition that Ockbrook offers.

Our aim is to provide pupils with the best possible education. Our task is to discover where each person's particular talents lie and to develop the self-reliance and independent thought that are so necessary for adult life.

We hope you will join us and experience the confidence and achievements that best express the spirit of Ockbrook School.
For more information please visit the school web site, or contact directly:
Ockbrook School, Ockbrook, Derby DE72 3RJ
Tel: 01332 673532
Fax: 01332 665184