Hull’s Hands on History Museum is now offering a chance for Hull school pupils to experience Ancient Egypt. This follows a re-display of original artefacts and historically significant replicas of … More
Education and Learning
Post-16 learners in Hull will have access to brand new IT facilities this academic year thanks to the creation of new classrooms in east Hull.
Two modular buildings have been … More
Work to transform the former site of Endeavour School on Beverley Road in Hull has been completed.
The building has been fully refurbished to make way for Hull Trinity House … More
The Parks Children’s Centre is becoming the first children’s centre in Hull to be rebranded as one of the new Family Hubs, offering even more support to local children and … More
Training that will lead to guaranteed interviews for higher paid jobs is on the way thanks to Hull Training and Adult Education (HTAE) securing over £2m from the government.
Of … More
Families in Hull can learn more about the history of The Avenues Adult Education Centre as the building celebrates its 135th anniversary this weekend.
The listed Victorian building on … More
Schoolchildren in Hull will have the chance to show their artistic flair as part of a competition to celebrate the reopening of Albert Avenue Pools this summer.
The facility has … More
Pop along to West Park next month for the chance to see the next Lewis Hamilton in action as primary school children test their handmade racing cars around the MKM … More
Social workers across Hull City Council’s Children and Family Services have been honoured as one of the ‘Amazing Social Workers’ being celebrated for World Social Work Month.
Many individuals and … More
St Mary’s College has been chosen to have their own illustrated bench created and displayed at the Tower of London during the King’s Coronation celebrations in May.
They were one … More
Come and meet the team from Hull Training and Adult Education (HTAE) at next week’s Skills Hull and East Riding event.
Taking place on Tuesday 28th and Wednesday 29th March … More
A Children’s Social Worker from Hull is backing a region-wide campaign during Social Work Week (20-24 March) and World Social Work Day (21 March), aimed at encouraging others to take … More
Hull City Council’s Cabinet will consider major investment for Costello playing fields that will benefit sporting groups and the local community, together with a new purpose-built gym on George Street … More
Work has begun on expanding Northcott School as Hull City Council steps up its provision for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
Last year, the council announced that … More
The leader of Hull City Council, Councillor Mike Ross, has written to the Secretary of State for Education Gillian Keegan to call on the government to increase the number of … More
Safer Sleep Week is an annual awareness event ran by The Lullaby Trust, to raise awareness of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and to equip parents with information on how … More
By joining our team, you will be making a tangible difference to the lives of people in Hull and working with people who are as passionate about our place and public services … More
• Pilot project aims to increase recruitment opportunities for pupils without family networks
• Innovative approach uses Lockdown learnings to communicate with families
• Year-long trial in Leicestershire and Hull … More
Hull Training and Adult Education (HTAE) are inviting aspiring apprentices to come along to an open event to mark National Apprenticeship Week.
The Meet the Employer Apprenticeship Open Event takes … More
Hull City Council will be marking Neurodiversity Celebration Week by inviting young people in Hull to take part in a creative competition that celebrates neurodiversity.
Neurodiversity Celebration Week takes place … More
Hull’s Albemarle Music Centre is opening its doors as part of a UK first to encourage children to pick up and play their first musical instrument on Saturday 4 February.… More
Ferens Art Gallery are delighted to announce an Ancient Egypt season this Spring/Summer 2023.
Featuring two free exhibitions supported by a dedicated programme for schools and public events, the season … More
The Mayor of Futaba-machi in Japan, Mr Shiro Izawa, along with former Hull English teacher, Anthony Ballard, have visited Hull to talk about how a natural disaster in their country … More
Schools in Hull are looking forward to welcoming pupils back this week.
With flu, Covid and scarlet fever circulating, the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) is reminding people to follow … More
As another year ends, it’s time to look ahead and see what Hull has in store for the new year. Here’s a selection of things in Hull to look forward … More
Hull City Council Leader, Councillor Mike Ross and Chief Executive, Matt Jukes, have picked the winning design for the Council’s e-Christmas card, following judging 147 entries from primary school pupils … More
Cloud services provider Giacom has given primary school children from Hull an unforgettable experience in London.
Giacom is a Gold sponsor of Hull and East Yorkshire (HEY) Children’s University, which … More
Young People in Hull have selected the city’s fourth Young Mayor.
Amaya Newman from Ron Dearing UTC was appointed following a selection day attended by 16 young people. The young … More
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