The Ferens Art Gallery will turn one of its walls into a huge canvas this half term so that families can create a giant jungle gallery, inspired by one of … More
Education and Learning
Award-winning War Horse author Michael Morpurgo will judge a children’s creative writing competition as part of Yorkshire Festival of Story (YFOS 21), an online event happening next month.
Children from … More
Hull City Council, in partnership with Hull Clinical Commissioning Group, is looking for SEND coproduction champions to help shape how services are delivered for children and young people with SEND.… More
Children and young people in Hull, and across the country, were asked to give their views on what the Government should prioritise in planning the recovery from the coronavirus outbreak, … More
Parents and carers of Year 6 pupils have until 31 October to apply for a mainstream secondary school place for their child for September 2022.
Families that live in Hull … More
The new £8.2million Broadacre Primary School building has reached another milestone in its construction phase, with the opening of the multi-use-games-area (MUGA).
Partners celebrated with a ‘MUGA official opening’ involving … More
Museumand, The National Caribbean Heritage Museum, has curated 70 Objeks & Tings – a colourful Caribbean exhibition and hardback book to celebrate Black History Month 2021.
The exhibition opens at … More
Hull historian, author and photographer Dr Alec Gill MBE has gifted his extensive research – representing 50-years of documenting the city’s Hessle Road Fishing culture – to Hull History Centre.… More
Pupils and teachers in Hull have returned to full-time education better equipped to deal with the impacts of Covid thanks to a programme which has been designed to boost emotional … More
Hull’s local libraries will play host to a series of chess events open to the public, starting this weekend.
The ‘chess sesh’ events are free and open to all ages, … More
A new immersive soundwalk for Hull’s Whitefriargate will help people rediscover the magic of the historic thoroughfare this month.
Artist Jez riley French has created a soundwalk, Breet Velvit Ake … More
Schools start back next week for the new school year, and the Hull Learning Partnership wants to ensure families know what to expect upon return.
Many national Covid restrictions have … More
A new specialist employment service for Hull – The Employment Hub – has been officially opened today to support residents with securing work and training.
The Employment Hub – located … More
Students across Hull have today received their GCSE results.
Early data from secondary schools in Hull shows that 69 percent of pupils have achieved a standard pass, grade 4 and … More
Students across the city have been celebrating their A-level results today.
Councillor Shane McMurray, Portfolio Holder for Children’s Services said: “Well done to everyone for completing their courses in these … More
Work is about to begin on a £4.4 million expansion of Kingswood Academy following an increase in demand for places.
The expansion is one of several schemes taking place across … More
Time Team’s Professor Carenza Lewis will open a newly refurbished Medieval Gallery at the Hull and East Riding Museum this weekend.
The gallery will be unveiled for the first time … More
The annual Festival of Archaeology, which takes place in locations all over the country, will finish in Hull this summer.
The Hull finale will take place this Sunday, 1 August, … More
Work is to begin on a £6 million expansion of The Boulevard Academy, which will increase student capacity and enable the school to offer new courses from September 2022.
The … More
Unemployed young people in Hull are being urged to take advantage of a new career and training opportunity.
Hull holiday homes manufacturer Willerby has joined forces with the Springboard Youth … More
Hull’s Public Health Director, Julia Weldon, has written to schools in Hull to request they continue with the measures they have put in place until the end of the school … More
Hull schools break for summer this week, and Councillor Shane McMurray, Portfolio Holder for Children’s Services, is taking the opportunity to thank schools, pupils and parents for their hard work … More
Hull City Council wants young people, parents, carers, professionals and communities to understand the signs of child exploitation, to help protect young people in Hull.
Humberside PCC has developed some … More
An ambitious young man from Hull has used a national employment scheme as a springboard to begin an exciting career.
Jack Rimmington, 23, from west Hull, has secured a permanent … More
The new £8.2m Broadacre Primary School building has reached its half-way point. A ‘topping out’ ceremony took place to celebrate the build reaching its highest point.
Staff and pupils from … More
Many more school pupils in Hull will reap the benefits of having access to their own laptops, as Hull City Council’s Cabinet has today agreed to fund an additional 1,000 … More
It’s World Music Day and a chance to celebrate the work of the Hull Music Service.
The service has 37 teachers who teach over 5000 children and young people in … More
Proposals to move the historic Hull Trinity House Academy to the larger site of the former Endeavour High School have moved a step closer.
Hull Trinity House Academy is part … More
University of Hull Master’s student Sue Turner has received an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for her Services to Social Justice.
Sue Turner OBE, currently studying for a … More
A University of Hull graduate has his sights set on the Olympic Games this summer as he aims to be in the 200m starting blocks in Tokyo.
Andy Morgan-Harrison, who … More
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