Staff Contacts

Communication for Current Parents Senior School 

Underpinning every facet of our school community is a carefully designed and effective system of pastoral care and guidance which complements our aim to bring out the best in everyone. In this particularly difficult time we aim to continue to provide that support to our parents and pupils.

If you have any concerns Heads of Year and support staff are available on the following email addresses:

  Email Address

Main School

enquiries@hullcollegiateschool.co.uk

Assistant Head - Pastoral Care

katherine.bloomfield@hullcollegiateschool.co.uk

Year 7

andrea.asbury@hullcollegiateschool.co.uk

Year 8

fiona.wells@hullcollegiateschool.co.uk

Year 9

fraser.henderson@hullcollegiateschool.co.uk

Year 10

nicola.lough@hullcollegiateschool.co.uk

Pre-Sixth/Sixth Form

james.windeatt@hullcollegiateschool.co.uk

annabel.robinson@hullcollegiateschool.co.uk

ICT Support

helpdesk@hullcollegiateschool.co.uk

 

 

Communication for Current Parents Prep School 

The class teacher is responsible for your child’s pastoral well-being and educational development. If you wish to contact the phase leaders who oversee each phase, please email them: 

  Email Address

Main School

enquiries@hullcollegiateschool.co.uk

Foundation Stage –

Mrs J Maltby

janet.maltby@hullcollegiateschool.co.uk

Year 1/2 Phase Lead -

Mrs J Hamilton

joanne.hamilton@hullcollegiateschool.co.uk

Year 3/4 Phase Lead -

Mr A North

andrew.north@hullcollegiateschool.co.uk

Year 5/6 Phase Lead -

Mrs S Maynard

sarah.maynard@hullcollegiateschool.co.uk

Assistant Heads - 

Mrs S Stokes & Mr D Whitfield

sarah.stokes@hullcollegiateschool.co.uk 

declan.whitfield@hullcollegiateschool.co.uk

Prep Headteacher –

Mrs A Kell

antje.kell@hullcollegiateschool.co.uk

 

For any safeguarding concerns please contact EHASH direct on the numbers below:

Office Hours: (01482)395500

Out of Office Hours: (01377)241273

 

External Guidance 

It is understandable that people may be feeling anxious about coronavirus. Dr Lucy Russell, Clinical Director at Everlief, has produced a useful guide on how to manage the anxiety and worry being caused by Coronavirus: https://theyarethefuture.co.uk/worry-anxiety-coronavirus/

This conveys a set of ideas of the things we can control, and actually that’s how we will take our families, our schools and communities forwards.

Amy Irving, our school counsellor, is also available to contact via email: airvingcounselling@gmail.com