A team of 16 Hull Collegiate School (HCS) students have just returned from a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Uganda. The trip is taken every two years as part of the school’s ongoing partnership with people and schools in the Kanungu district in the south west of the country.
Hull Collegiate School in Anlaby is celebrating after being awarded the highest possible grade ‘excellent’ in all areas of their latest inspection. It is the only independent school in East Yorkshire to receive these glowing results from the ISI team.
A Hull Collegiate School student has beaten off tough competition to be selected for Team GB at the under-16s Showjumping Nations Cup next month.
Hull Collegiate School is celebrating after one of its pupils was awarded a professional rugby contract with the City of Hull Academy – the professional Rugby League Development Academy of both Hull FC and Hull Kingston Rovers.
Poppy started sailing when she was 10 at a local sailing club near Snaith.
She started serious competing at 12 years of age when she qualified to join the Royal Yachting Association Zone Squads in her Topper dinghy. This is the Olympic sailing pathway that Team GB use to train up future Olympic sailors. Only 15-18 children gain a place per zone (North of England, Midlands, South East and South West England, Scotland and Wales).
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.