Monday, 06 December 2021

Moravian School

The Moravian Church has always been actively involved in education and today still maintains an independent school at Fulneck in West Yorkshire.

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Fulneck School, West Yorkshire

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
  • Pre-School, 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 (7.30am - 6.00pm)
For 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

Church House is the Headquarters of the Moravian Church in the British Province and is located in London at:
Moravian Church House, 

5 Muswell Hill, 
London 
N10 3TJ

Tel:

020 8883 3409

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