Alun Ebenezer - Headmaster
Alun is the school’s Headmaster. He sits on the main governing body and attends all governing body committees. Alun Ebenezer has been the Headmaster of The Fulham Boys School since the school opened in September 2014. He has been in post since September 2013 working alongside the founders and governors in setting the school up. Altogether he has nineteen years’ experience gained in five secondary schools, including nine years at senior leadership level and seven years at middle leadership level. He has an MA in Education Leadership and experience of leading INSET and speaking at conferences.
Before joining FBS in September 2013, Mr Ebenezer was Deputy Headteacher at St Teilo’s High school in Cardiff. Previously, he was Assistant Headteacher at Treorchy – the first school in Wales to achieve excellence in all 15 areas of its school inspection. Throughout his career he has shown the ability to consistently deliver results and has a proven track record of raising standards and school improvement.
As well as being the Headmaster of The Fulham Boys School, Alun Ebenezer is also a speaker and the author of two books published by The Evangelical Press: ‘Revelation’ and ‘And they Crucified him’.
“As a proud Welshman, leaving Wales and moving my whole family to London had to be for something really special. The Fulham Boys School is just that. To have the opportunity to build a school on the Christian faith, gearing it towards boys and nurturing enterprise, what an opportunity! Along with the ‘anything is possible’ attitude of the governors and the outstanding team of staff we have assembled, I genuinely believe we can make FBS one of the best schools in the country – state or private – over the next few years.”