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  • Sailing on the HMS Pickle

    9th June 2017

    During half term one of our Year 9 student, Mason Wild, sailed on the HMS Pickle, a recreation of Lord Nelson’s famous messenger ship. 

    Among the crew is 14-year-old Mason Wild, from Hull, who has been given time off from his school to sail on Pickle as part of his Duke of Edinburgh Award.

    Mason said: “It’s brilliant. It is a chance you won’t get anywhere else.

    “I’m learning sailing, navigation, cooking and life skills.”

    Hartlepool Mail

    You can read the full article here.



  • City of Culture 2017

    24th May 2017

    Hull Trinity House Academy has been very busy with City of Culture projects so far this year. You can have a look at this presentation to find out what we have done.

  • 10,000 Videos watched on GCSEPod

    24th May 2017

    Well done Year 11, you have watched over 10,000 videos on GCSEPod so far this year! Very Impressive!

  • Postponement of Sponsored Walk

    23rd May 2017

    Unfortunately, the Academy has been informed that the facilities at Hessle Rugby Club will not be available to us this Friday for our annual sponsored walk.  This is very disappointing as preparations have been put in place and the weather forecast was looking good.  However, this walk cannot go ahead without the amenities that Hessle Rugby Club kindly offer us, particularly the toilet facilities.

    We therefore, have no alternative but to re-arrange this very important date in our diary for Friday 16th June 2

  • Careers in the Marine Sector

    15th May 2017

    Want to know more about jobs in the Marine Sector? You can watch this video explaining the fantastic opportunities available for young people who want a carrer in this sector.

  • White Squad welcomes Archbishop Sentamu

    15th May 2017

    On Sunday Hull's Holy Trinity Church was given the status of Minster. Our White Squad was at Hull Marina to welcome the Archbishop Sentamu before the ceremony. 

  • Archbishop Sentamu at Trinity

    15th May 2017

    It was a great honour to have Archbishop Sentamu come to our Academy on Friday. He first met with the student council and then took part in a Q&A session. This was an unforgettable event for all involved!

  • French Exchange 2017

    15th May 2017

    It was with great anticipation that we set off for our annual exchange visit to the South of France.  We were met by our exchange partners in Toulouse in the South of France and started the adventure.  This year’s activities included a visit to the beautiful towns of Albi, Toulouse and the medieval town of Carcassonne.  We had gorgeous sunshine for our hike in the Pyrenees which saw us have our picnic in the stunning setting of Lac d’Oô.  Pupils also attended a morning of school and joined in with some less

  • Interview of Sam Lee, musician in residence

    14th May 2017

    As part of city of Culture, Sam Lee, who is our musician in residence has been coming to the Academy to do some work with the boys. You can hear his interview as well as recordings of the boys singing and participating in the music lessons from 30 min onwards in this BBC Radio 3 program.

  • Humberside Night challenge

    14th May 2017

    Well done to Ethan Childs and Billy Hansard who, with some other children from their youth club, took part in the Humberside Night challenge. This involved about 25 groups from different youth clubs who walked 13 miles through the night facing different challenges along the way in order to highlighting Child Sexual Abuse. On the 28th April the two pupils went to Brantingham Park to receive a reward for taking part.

  • Archbishop Sentamu visits the Academy

    12th May 2017

    During his visit to Hull, the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu will visit our Academy and will take part in a Q&A with some of our students.

    To read more about the Archbishop's visit you can read this article.

  • Train to Teach with Delta TSA

    12th April 2017

     

    School Direct is a national teacher training initiative, which offers an exciting opportunity to train alongside outstanding practitioners, gaining valuable knowledge, skills and professional attitudes that will enable you to start your personal journey towards becoming an excellent teacher and future leader. 

    Delta Teaching School Alliance is working in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University to offer School Direct places for 2017/18.  As part of the training you can gain a Post Graduate Certificate i

  • Y11 Booster Sessions over Easter

    6th April 2017

    There are a lot of booster sessions running during Easter Holiday for Year 11 in preparation for their GCSE. Please find below all the sessions running. Each pupil also got a personalised timetable with all the sessions available to them.

    And don't forget to look at all the revision material available for Year 11!

  • DofE Award

    3rd April 2017

    Excellent news for the academy. We are now a DofE Award licensed organisation.

  • Shakespeare's quotes baking competition

    30th March 2017

    Great Shakespeare's quotes baking competition to revise for Y11 English mock exam. And well done to our two winners!

  • BBC School Report 2017

    16th March 2017

    You can see below some of the pictures from the day. Some videos to follow very shortly. You can also listen to the Burnsy show where Matthew and Kieran with Ms Jacques were guest editors on the 16th March 2017 from 9am-12pm.

     

  • The Poetry Trials

    8th March 2017

    Well done to all our young poets who enabled Hull Trinity House Academy to come thrird in this National Competition!

    You can also read Harrison Coles's (summer term 2016 finalist) poem The Island.

  • Music Workshop

    8th March 2017

    Over the past few days our Ky Stage 3 classes have taken part in a great music workshop. Here are some of the highlights:

     

    The outcome of this activity will be a concert held at the City Hall in the summer with some world renowned arrangers/composers putting together music for the city. Hull Trinity House Academy, along with one other primary school have been selected, in particular because of our heritage and traditional, to compile stories to put to music.

  • Keeping up with the Children English Course

    8th March 2017

    Our new free 15 weeks Keeping up with the Children English Course is starting on Wednesday 8th March.

  • Y11 Revision

    17th February 2017

    With GCSE exams weeks away, we have uploaded all our Y11 Revision schedules, guides and resources on this page. Good luck and start revising early!