Hull City Council, along with Hull NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), is working to involve families of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in all aspects of shaping … More
Councillor Shane McMurray
Hull City Council is celebrating Social Work Week 2022, with stories from the people working in Children’s and Adults Social Work.
Claire Rutherford, principal social worker in Hull said: “Social … More
Hull Music Service has been invited by Arts Council England to become lead partner for North East Lincolnshire Music Education Hub, in addition to being the lead partner for Hull … More
The Lord Mayor of Kingston Upon Hull, Councillor Lynn Petrini, has announced who will represent Hull in the UK Youth Parliament.
Four youth representatives have been announced; Toby Gold and … More
Today, 1 March, parents of children starting secondary school in Hull in September will be offered a school place.
Eleven year olds will be offered a place at one of … More
Hull City Council has been awarded funding from the Department for Education for delivery of the Holiday Activities and Food Programme for 2022 through to 2025.
Government has confirmed that … More
Support for children and young people around emotional and mental health is changing.
The funding for the city’s flagship HeadStart Hull programme is coming to its natural end in 2022 … More
The new look Hull Local Offer website launches today (Monday 21 February).
The website is for people aged 0-25 with a special educational need and/or disability, their parents, carers and … More
The first tour of new £8.2million Broadacre primary school has today been held ahead of pupils moving in this spring.
The completion of the school provides an additional 210 places … More
In Hull, as across the country, whilst Covid in adults is declining, the rate amongst children and young people continues to increase. Schools continue to work hard to balance education … More
The Hull Music Service has taught almost 5,000 school age children, on a weekly basis, over the last year.
4,807 pupils, 11.7 percent of Hull’s pupils, have taken part in … More
Hull City Council made a commitment to caring for looked after children in local, home environments within a community setting, to contribute to better outcomes for those children and young … More
Ofsted has published findings of a monitoring visit into children’s social care in Hull, focusing on children in care.
Inspectors visited Hull on 18th and 19th November … More
86 percent of Hull’s schools have been assessed as Good or Outstanding by Ofsted. This is four percent above the latest regional average published by Ofsted.
Hull has 71 primary … More
Hull City Council is encouraging parents of pre-school children to take up their child’s free nursery place.
All children aged three and four are entitled to 15 hours of free … More
Two more school expansion projects are to begin in Hull, as part of £50million investment into the city’s schools to increase pupil places, choice and provide outstanding learning environments for … More
Schools and colleges across Hull have begun using the Safer Schools app to help keep pupils safe on-line.
The app, created by INEQE Safeguarding Group and insurer Zurich Municipal, offers … More
Local businesses have stepped forward with donations to help ensure every Hull pupil, aged eight to 16, has access to a laptop.
Several businesses have made financial contributions and donated … More
A new life-changing transition to employment programme for young people with learning disabilities and autism has just launched in Hull and East Riding.
Hull City Council is a part of … More
Hull primary schools are to benefit from the donation of a new book titled The Bad Apple.
Local author, Lynne Hope, has written the book which focuses on the messages … More
Grants are available for children and young people in Hull to help them progress in their education.
There are four types of grants available:
- Hull Education Foundation – this grant
Young people in Hull, aged 11 to 17, can apply now to be part of the UK Youth Parliament.
Four representatives are being sought to represent Hull’s young people on … More
Young people in Hull who are care leavers have been celebrated for their achievements, through a series of events during Care Leavers Week.
A week of events took place, from … More
Children who live in Hull and are currently receiving free school meals will be given a £15 voucher for this October half term.
Around 12,500 families currently receive free school … More
Thousands of young people and families in Hull have benefited from free activities and food this summer, through the Healthy Holidays Hull programme.
Across the summer holidays, 26 July to … More
Students at Bellfield Primary School took part in the launch of Modeshift STARS, a programme designed to encourage youngsters to travel actively.
As part of Bike to School Week, Modeshift … 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
Parents and carers of young children may be entitled to receive help through the Healthy Start scheme.
Healthy Start provides up to £24.80 a month per child under the age … More
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