Thousands of families in Hull will benefit from Easter Healthy Holidays packs – full of healthy meal and activity ideas, plus items to encourage healthy play over the school holidays.… More
Councillor Peter Clark
The Winter Grant Scheme has been extended meaning that households in Hull that are most in need will benefit from further food and fuel support.
Families in Hull that live … More
Boulevard Academy and Malet Lambert expansion plans have been given the go-ahead, by the Regional Schools Commission and the Department for Education.
Proposals to expand the city’s secondary schools were … More
Hull City Council is encouraging families to read to their pre-school children to help them be prepared for school, with a range of free resources available.
It is never too … More
Consultation is to begin this week on proposals to move Hull’s historic Trinity House Academy to the larger site of former Endeavour Academy.
Delta Academies Trust, which runs Hull Trinity … More
Hull City Council’s ambition that every child in the city is connected has moved a big step forward as local food company Cranswick donates 1156 laptops to children in the … More
Today, parents of children starting secondary school in Hull in September will be offered a school place.
More than 3,000 11-year-olds will be offered a place at one of the … More
Primary schools, secondary schools, special schools and colleges will open to all pupils from Monday 8 March.
Primary school pupils will all return on Monday 8 March, and secondary and … More
St Mary’s College has been selected by the Department for Education to be a Teaching School Hub, providing school leader and teacher training and development for the region’s teachers.
The … More
Hull City Council increases the number of care homes for local children, as a new build care home in East Hull is completed.
Over the last year the number of … More
Children who live in Hull and are currently receiving free school meals will receive food vouchers worth £15 over the February half term week.
During term time all children eligible … More
Hull schools will be open for vulnerable children and key worker children only, following the Government’s announcement that schools across the country will close to help prevent the spread of … More
Construction work is set to begin on a new build £8.2 million primary school, including one of Hull’s first purpose-built bases for young children with autism.
Contracts have been exchanged … More
Hull City Council is seeking permission to enter into formal consultation on plans to increase the number of secondary school places in the city.
It is projected that over the … More
Hull’s Young Mayor, Gabriela Surdyk, has launched Love Staying Safe, a campaign aimed at providing young people with practical tips and advice to stay safe on the streets.
The campaign … More
Make Your Mark is an opportunity for 11-18 year olds across the UK to have their say and begin their democratic journey by voting on the policies they want to … More
Children’s centres in Hull are to remain open for support and advice for families.
Support will be available from Monday to Friday, either over the phone or by arranging an … More
A new two-storey teaching block has been completed at St Mary’s College in West Hull, providing an additional 300 pupil places.
The extension is part of a programme of works … More
All children in Hull schools currently receiving free school meals will be given a £10 voucher when they return after the half term break, to assist in reimbursing costs of … More
Hull City Council is one of 20 local authorities across the country to be successful in a bid to be part of research funded by the Department for Education into … More
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
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
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
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
A campaign has been launched by Hull City Council to encourage residents to share concerns about potentially vulnerable children and young people in their community.
The campaign, which is supported … More
Early GCSE scores are showing that last year’s impressive progress across the city has been maintained.
After young people across the city collected their GCSE results yesterday, indications are showing … More
A campaign to encourage parents to look at how they are communicating with their child launches today.
The NSPCC’s Look, Say, Sing, Play initiative has been designed to benefit the … More