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  • 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!

  • GCSEPod Competition Winners

    17th February 2017

    Well done to all our GCSEPod Winners and well done to Madj Chakouch who is the winner of the Ipad Mini. All together Year 11 have already watched 5000 Pods this year. A great accomplishment!

  • Year 11 Revision Evening

    17th February 2017

    Great Revision Evening yesterday with Year 11. Thank you all for coming.

  • FROTH Meeting

    11th February 2017

    The next FROTH meeting will be an AGM meeting held on Wednesday 1st march at 4.30pm. Any new members welcome!

    Learn more about FROTH here.

  • Year 11 Geography Revision

    11th February 2017

    On Saturday fifteen Year 11 Geography spent the day at De Warenne Academy for a whole day revision session. Good start of your revision!

  • Year 10 and 11 at Hull York Medical School

    9th February 2017

    On Wednesday 8th February a small group of students from Year 11 and Year 10 visited Hull York Medical School.

    The day was entitled "Thinking of a career in medicine?".

    The boys received a warm welcome from Professor Una McLeod who is the Dean of School. This was followed by a short lecture from Dr Paul Docherty which had some helpful suggestions of things to prepare for if you want to study medicine.

    The boys then attended four different workshops; Learning Medicine, I'm a GP, I'm a Hospital Physician and Ana

  • ITV needs families now

    7th February 2017

  • Year 11 set to meet the Duchess of Cornwall

    1st February 2017

    Yr 11 Redd Boyce is pictured holding his official invitation to the Emmaus headquarters in Hull next Wednesday  for a visit by the homeless charity's patron, the Duchess of Cornwall.  As part of the event, Redd, our vice-captain and a leading Emmaus ambassador in school, will be one of 25 guests to be officially presented to the royal visitor. Trinity is one of only three schools to be represented during the visit.  The Academy has been supporting Emmaus since it was established in the city. It supports for

  • Holocaust Memorial Day 2017:

    27th January 2017

    The 27th of February is Holocaust Memorial Day. On this day, history students in years 10 and 9 took part in a live webcast with a survivor from this horrific period in History. Mala Tribich MBE shared her moving story of loss, hope and resilience with the students and helped us to make a personal connection with an event so terrible that it often defies comprehension. A summary of Mala’s life and experiences can be found on the Holocaust Educational Trust website at: http://www.het.org.uk/survivors-mala-tr

  • Hull Trinity raising funds for a boat

    27th January 2017

    Hull Trinity House Academy is hoping to buy a yacht to teach sailing and other naval skills to students, as well as loan out to the community. We are hoping to secure sponsorship or donations – no matter how small – to help make the pupils' dreams come true.

    Mr Forth said: "It would be fantastic, not just for the academy, but for the city as a whole, especially during this City of Culture year and for Hull Trinity House Academy to go back to its roots and re-ignite that connection with the sea."

    Principal Mrs

  • Y11 revision with GCSEPod

    13th January 2017

    Don't forget GCSEPod for your Revision! 

    This is the launch of our Year 11 GCSEPod Revision Competition: Watch the most podcasts this half term and win an Ipad Mini!

    Good luck and good revision to everybody!

  • Macbeth Revision Guides

    12th January 2017

    Macbeth revision guides for Year 11 are now available on the English Page.

  • Oscar Winning Sound Editor visits Trinity

    14th December 2016

    HULL STUDENTS QUIZ OSCAR-WINNING GRAVITY FILMMAKER CHRIS BENSTEAD WITH INTO FILM -Students Invited to Support Hull City of Culture 2017 by Entering Into Film Awards-


    Read the Hull Daily Mail article here.

    December 2016:  Students from Hull Trinity House Academy received a rare insight into the world of film when Academy Award winning sound engineer and music editor Christopher Benstead, who won an Oscar for his work on Gravity, visited the school on December 7th.   The exclusive Q&A event was organised by Int

  • Maybe Voyage and Visit to Cornelis Vrolijk

    12th December 2016

    Please read below our two latest Maritime adventures.

  • History Trip to Leeds Armouries

    12th December 2016

    On Monday 5th December, the History Department took 64 year 7 students to Leeds Armouries.

    The boys took part in two workshops. The first allowed students to delve into the world of the medieval knights. Students discussed how armours and weaponry had changed from 1066 to 1485. They had the opportunity to hold and put on the armour.

    The second session evolved around catapults and trebuchets experiments. the students were investigating how far they could aim using a variety of materials.

  • History Homework

    9th December 2016

    Year 9 students had to create a historical accurate World War One trench for their study of warfare. The quality of the work was fabulous. Students used many different materials, varying from clay, plaster of Paris, wood to expanding foam.

     

    All boys had clearly put a lot of time and effort into their projects. Our principal, Mrs Keaney, and the Subject Leader of History, Mr Currie, chose the four best trenches. The winners are:

    • 1st Sam Robinson
    • 2nd Wisam Sheri
    • 3rd Will Huyton / James Stewart

    Well done to all the

  • Christmas Concert

    29th November 2016

    Come and see our Christmas Concert on Tuesday 6th December at 6:30.