• Year 5 and 6 Open Evening
    Year 5 and 6 Open Evening

    Our Year 5 and 6 Open Evening takes place on Thursday 3rd October between 5.00pm and 8.00pm.

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Year 10 Theatre Trip Information

On Tuesday 24th September, Year 10 students will visit Hull New Theatre to watch Stephen Daldry’s multi award-winning production of An Inspector Calls.

The trip will depart school at 6.30pm. Return drop-off points, plus further information about the trip, can be found below.  

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New letter to parents/carers released

Please click the link below or go to the letters to parents page to view / download the following letter from Mr Crofts:

17/09/2019 - Behaviour for Learning

Vacancy: Kitchen Assistant

We are seeking a Kitchen Assistant to help prepare and serve food and drink to students and staff. Initially on a temporary contract to cover sickness absence, there is potential for the contract to be extended for the right candidate.

Please visit our Vacancies page for further information. 


Year 5 and 6 Open Evening

Our Year 5 and 6 Open Evening takes place on Thursday 3rd October between 5.00pm and 8.00pm.

This popular annual event provides a fantastic opportunity for parents/carers and their children to tour our school, meet our staff and watch our subject areas come to life through a range of engaging displays and interactive demonstrations.

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School Photographs

This Wednesday, 11th September, is the first of our two annual school photograph days.

This week's session will see individual photos taken of each student. Later in the year, a second session will take place where tutor group photos (for years 7 to 10) and year group photos (for year 11 and the Sixth Form) will be taken.

As is the expectation on a daily basis, please can parents/carers ensure that students arrive looking their best, in full uniform and adhering to our student dress code policy

Thank you.

The Open Bridges event, which takes place on Friday 22nd September, will see all 13 of the River Hull’s moveable bridges being raised or swung open simultaneously to divide the city.

It will be the first time in Hull’s history that all bridges will be opened at the same time, creating a symbolic wall by splitting the city in two, separating East from West and denying the freedom of movement across the city. 

The Open Bridges workshop explored the concept of freedom and the impact of freedom denied to so many people in the world today. Students began the session by playing a game called ‘You’ve got to taste it’ where they described and guessed each other’s favourite and least favourite foods to demonstrate the idea that the only way to truly understand something is to experience it personally.

This was followed by a discussion about famous people from Hull where the class discussed William Wilberforce and human rights.

Lots of discussion and interaction led to some stunning pieces of creative writing from the students, some of which will be displayed in Hull during September’s event.

For more information about the Open Bridges event, and to see examples of our students’ work from the workshop, please visit the following link:



All images by Piotr Korczynski