Hull Collegiate Senior School
Welcome to Hull Collegiate School. We are a thriving 3-18 HMC co-educational day school which is committed to bringing out the best in all pupils. We provide a carefully judged blend of support and challenge amid the glorious surroundings of the historically significant Tranby Croft. We are committed to bringing out the best in everyone and have a ‘no ceilings’ approach to what our pupils can achieve.
Examination success is only part of the picture. Art, music, drama, dance, sport, community service projects and many clubs and societies create a vibrant atmosphere and help all pupils to flourish and enjoy their time at school. Everyone matters and the pastoral care at the school ensures pupils feel supported and valued throughout their time here.
The best way to get to know the school is to come for a visit, experience the buzz and energy of Tranby Croft, enjoy the stunning grounds and, of course, meet the pupils who make it such an exciting place to work and learn. You’ll be sure of a warm reception whether you are a prospective parent or pupil, or a former pupil.
Alex Wilson BA (Surrey) PGCE (Cantab) MA (London)
Year 7 to Year 9 Curriculum Subjects
- Food Technology
- Modern Foreign Languages
- Physical Education
- Religious Studies
- The Sciences
(PSHE) is also an important part of the KS3 curriculum. A team of skilled staff teach lessons on health and social wellbeing, citizenship, careers and financial awareness across the school and their teaching is often supported by visiting speakers.
Throughout Year 9, pupils will also start to consider their future with career lessons. At the end of the academic year, pupils will discuss their options with the Head of Year and plan which subjects to continue with to GCSE level, throughout Years 10 and 1.
- Art and Design
- Computer Science
- Design and Technology
- Food Preparation and Nutrition
- Sport and Physical Education
- Religious Studies
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