Two United Learning schools have been shortlisted for the prestigious TES Schools Awards, which take place on Friday 22 June. The Totteridge Academy and Hull Collegiate School have been nominated for ‘Maths Team of the Year’ and the ‘International Award’ respectively.
Representatives from Hull Collegiate School attended a special event at the Houses of Parliament to celebrate being shortlisted for a TES Award.
This year, the staff of Hull Collegiate School will be coming together to take part in the Hull 10K and Hull Half on Sunday 10th June. This is the third year the staff have put a team together after taking part in their first events in 2015.
On Friday 4th May, Hull Collegiate School’s eagerly awaited Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Centre officially opened its doors to pupils, parents and teachers.
An East Yorkshire school has been shortlisted for a national award.
There was great excitement at Hull Collegiate School last week as the school learnt it had been shortlisted for the International Award at the TES School Awards. The national awards recognise the most outstanding individuals and institutions that the state and independent sector has to offer, with a hugely competitive range of applications each year.
This half-term, over 120 primary pupils from 16 United Learning schools got the chance to express their creativity through storytelling as part of StorySLAM.
Last week, at three events around the country, over 80 pupils from United Learning’s primary academies and prep schools gathered to learn about becoming leaders in their own communities.
Over 100 pupils from Hull Collegiate School celebrated ‘The Roots of Rhythm’ last week with two full days of music and arts activities – from a mass samba band to local artist workshops.
This week, primary pupils from 15 schools across United Learning came together to celebrate their social action initiatives at a special graduation ceremony held at Barclays HQ in Canary Wharf, London.