Hull City Council is urging parents and guardians to be aware of Coronavirus symptoms, and to only book a test for a child if they have one or more of … More
Education and Learning
Hull businesses are being urged to get involved in a new £2 billion scheme which will create job placements for young people.
Hull City Council is looking for employers to … More
The Hull Learning Partnership, in conjunction with Hull City Council is taking preventative action against coronavirus by agreeing that school staff, and secondary pupils across the city are expected to … More
Work has been completed on a two-storey extension to Kelvin Hall Academy in Hull.
The extension is part of a programme of works to increase the number of secondary school … More
Apprentices at Hull Training and Adult Education are celebrating being some of the first in the UK to pass through tough new national educational standards.
The End Point Assessment (EPA) … More
The first book through the Dolly Parton Imagination Library scheme is being sent out to eligible two-year-old children in Hull this month.
The first book children will receive is Peter … More
The Hull Maritime project is looking to join forces with a creative digital company to deliver a digital creative skills programme, with a maritime twist, to young people in Hull.… More
Extra busses have been added to timetables to make travel safer for the city’s students. As schools prepare to return next week, Hull City Council has worked with bus companies … More
Freedom Festival returns this weekend with a special online programme that will be broadcast via the BBC.
Bringing together internationally renowned artists and local talent, this year’s festival features robot … More
New resources have been developed to help children returning to school life.
HeadStart Hull, along with Barnardo’s, have consulted children of primary school age to find out about their concerns, … More
Schools in Hull are preparing to welcome back all pupils, with additional safety measures in place.
Schools are adopting measures based on their own school’s risk assessments, with some phasing … More
The search is underway for a shipyard company to repair and restore two of Hull’s historic ships.
Hull City Council has launched a procurement process to appoint a shipyard to … More
Hull’s popular Fish Trail is going digital thanks to a free app that can turn your mobile phone into a virtual time machine.
The trail, which weaves its way through … More
Hull City council has allocated £88,500 funding for the Dolly Parton Imagination Library scheme to be rolled out to eligible two year olds in Hull during the next academic year.… More
Hull Culture and Leisure Ltd has today revealed its summer activity programmes. The plans will begin today and be available until Friday 4 September for families to enjoy.
With events … More
The winner of this year’s KS2 James Reckitt Hull Children’s Book Award is Tom Palmer for his book D-Day Dog, published to mark the 75th commemoration of the D-Day landings.… More
Families in Hull are being urged to continue to follow public health guidance as summer holidays begin.
More than 5,000 pupils have attended school each day through July, with 4,500 … More
The Big Malarkey Festival is on the hunt for young people to be the faces of an exciting online programme as part of this year’s Freedom Festival.
The Reset Lab … More
Secondary schools in Hull have been developing how they deliver online learning to pupils.
Secondary schools have remained open for key worker and vulnerable children only since the end of … More
Children that are looked after by Hull City Council are to receive laptops following a donation from Hull Esteem Consortium.
A donation of £10,000 for the purchase of 20 laptops … More
The construction of the new Broadacre Primary School has taken a step forward.
The project, which will see the existing building demolished and replaced, has now approved by the Regional … More
Children in Hull will be given laptops to support their learning.
About 1,200 laptops are to be distributed by the city’s schools to disadvantaged children who do not have access … More
Hull schools have now opened to a wider number of pupils, in nursery, reception, year one and year six.
Helen Miller, principal at Kingswood Parks primary school, said: ‘The wider … More
Hull City Council has agreed a 10-year strategy for the city’s libraries.
The strategy, which tells how technology will play an important role in libraries of the future, was agreed … More
Residents are being asked to submit their memories and pictures of time spent in self-isolation for an archive being created by Hull History Centre.
The initiative, in partnership with Heritage … More
Big Malarkey Festival organisers are hoping to celebrate the creativity of Hull children with a series of weekly activities as they launch Hibernation Inspiration.
The literature festival, due to take … More
A series of free online learning courses have been launched by Hull Training and Adult Education.
The courses offer the opportunity to develop new skills and gain nationally recognised qualifications … More
The new appointment to the role of Hull’s Young Mayor is to be postponed.
The city’s current Young Mayor, Gabriela Surdyk, was elected last May and was due to be … More
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