Fulham is a popular choice for home hunters because of the wide choice of fee-paying and state primary and secondary schools in SW6.
This voluntary aided school for boys and girls aged between three and 11 has 225 pupils and is rated Good by Ofsted.
This independent faith school for children aged between 4 and 11 has about 170 pupils and aims to provide high quality education in a stimulating and inspiring environment.
This community school for boys and girls aged between three and 11 has 301 pupils and is rated Good by Ofsted.
This voluntary aided Roman Catholic school has about 410 pupils aged between three and 11. Ofsted inspectors say it requires improvement.
This independent day school for about 290 girls aged 4–11 was named Prep School of the Year by The Sunday Times.
A feeder school for Hurlingham & Chelsea Secondary School, this primary school has about 220 pupils aged between three and 11. Ofsted inspectors say it requires improvement.
This independent school for boys and girls aged between four and 11 offers its 320 pupils a bilingual curriculum.
Rated Good by Ofsted, this state school has 198 pupils aged between three and 11.
This state school includes a special needs unit. It has about 220 pupils aged between three and 11 and is rated Good by Ofsted.
This state facility provides an after-school play centre for its 440 pupils aged between three and 11. Its most recent Ofsted report said it required improvement.
This school has about 290 pupils aged between three and 11 and is rated Good by Ofsted.
With more than 650 girls and boys aged between three and 11, this school serves mainly, but not exclusively, Catholic families and is rated Good by Ofsted.
A fee-paying co-educational nursery and prep school in Fulham that has moved to new premises on Fulham High Street. Sinclair House has pupils aged between two and 11 (for girls) and 13 (for boys).
The winner of a Boris Johnson Gold Award for succeeding “against the odds in improving pupils’ aspirations and achievements”, this school has 289 pupils and is rated Good by Ofsted.
SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN FULHAM
Part of the Fulham College Academy Trust, this fee-paying establishment counts Linford Christie among its former pupils and was named the best boys’ school in London for student progress for 2013.
Also part of the Fulham College Academy Trust, this fee-paying establishment was called Outstanding by Ofsted and has also received a Specialist Schools and Academies Trust English Award.
Formerly Fulham Secondary School, this mixed community school became an academy and changed its name in 2015 after being placed under special measures by Ofsted in 2014.
This all-girls school has about 700 pupils and was awarded specialist school status as a mathematics and computing college before becoming an academy in September 2012. It is rated Outstanding by Ofsted.
This high-profile Catholic day school for boys aged 11-18 and girls aged over 16 is oversubscribed because it is regarded as one of the top secondary schools in the capital.