Students at Hull Trinity House Academy have achieved some of the best results in the last three years! Almost a quarter of all the grades recorded were A or A* grades with 20% of students achieving 5 or more A*/A grades. Whilst it is difficult to single out individuals, particular mention should go to Philemon Kaliafetis, Abdallah Sati, Daniel Cockill, Bob Eldon-Smith, Elliot Reed and Matthew Park who all gained 9 or more A*/A results.
Without question all students have achieved highly which is also reflecte
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On Friday 15th of July a group of students from Year 8 and a group of boys from Year 9 got to work with the innovative local company My Pockets.My Pockets is a multi award winning production company based in Hull and run by Peter Snelling and Sally Snelling, their recent work has included a programme which aired on BBC3 and have won numerous accolades for their productions.At the start of the session the boys were recorded discussing various topics, then these voices were used to create a very short film wi
Hull Trinity House Academy is celebrating Mr Sherwood's 30th year working at the school. Well done for all your hard work!
Here are some pictures of the celebration at our annual Prize Day.
Over the past week Year 10 pupils have attended several Taster Days at Hull College, Wilberforce 6th Form College and Wyke 6th Form College. They have been very interesting and inspiring experiences.
Here are some pictures of Year 10 during their Taster Day at Hull College.
On Thursday the 7th July 2016 five students in Year 10 were invited to attend an event at Wyke College organised by Oxford University.
An introductory presentation showed students all the benefits of Oxford University life, including a mini quiz matching well known Oxford alumni with the courses they studied.
Students were surprised to discover that Margaret Thatcher read chemistry at Oxford and was responsible for the formulation of Mr Whippy ice cream.
They then had Subject workshops with Oxford student amba
Prize Day is an annual event which celebrates students' achievements.
Well done to all the 2016 winners! You can find the complete list of prizes and winners on our Prize Day page.
If you are interested in sponsoring one of our awards do not hesitate to contact the Academy.
On Wednesday the 6th July 2016, a small group of year 8 boys were lucky enough to visit The Hive at Hull University.
The Hull Immersive Visualization Environment (HIVE) has an array of advanced visualization, motion capture and computer graphics technology.
Initially the boys watched a presentation given by Dr Jon Purdy; he explained how computer images were generated and showed the students how this had evolved over the last few decades.
They then got to play with the immersive software, they soon got used t
Following our recent inspection, our new Ofsted report has just been published. Hull Trinity House Academy has been judged Good. We are delighted and we would like to thank everyone who worked hard to secure this outcome.
You can read the full section 5 report below:
Ten of our Year 10 pupils have taken part in a Maths enrichment day in York. The keynote speaker presented a fantastic talk on patterns and predictions, using maths in juggling. Throughout the day, pupils attended seminars such as Fun Maths, Codes and Cryptology, Climbing the Career Ladder, Game Theory (how to win at Million Pound Drop and Noel Edmunds Deal or no Deal) and the Use of Maths (in particular trigonometry) in making CGI Images.
It was a very rewarding day throughout!
In June this year we all travelled to Normandy in France. We set off with high expectations for a thoroughly enjoyable trip with fun activities and delicious food and it certainly didn’t disappoint. We spent 4 days exploring this beautiful region in France with a plethora of activities from visiting Mont Saint Michel and Alligator Bay, Arromanches with its D-Day beaches and 360˚cinema to bread making and snail and frogs’ legs tasting ( which some of the boys did with relish!). All the boys and staff had
We are delighted to announce the results of our Young Writers Poetry Trials competition. A record breaking 158 students of our Academy have had their poems accepted for publication!
Well done to all and we are looking forward to read your poems!
Last week our Year 9 took part in the Prison Me! No-Way! workshops.
Prison Me! No-Way! is a national educational charity with a core aim of raising awareness among young people about the causes, consequences and penalties of crime.
To know more about this charity and what the pupils learnt, please visit their website: http://www.pmnw.co.uk/
The Academy will be open as usual tomorrow (Tuesday 5th July) and will be unaffected by the strike.
With the exams drawing to a close at the end of the week it is time to say goodbye to Year 11 pupils.
Our Prom is Friday 24th June at 7pm at the Staff House at Hull University. We hope to see most of our Year 11 there for a proper farewell.
Our Year 11 pupils in their Leavers Hoodies
Our whole Year Group
With summer having officially started here are a few activities from the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust that you might be interested in. See the leaflets below for more details.
Visit the Spurn Lighthouse
The newly restored Spurn Lighthouse sits within the wildlife haven of Spurn National Nature Reserve. Visitors to this iconic landmark can make their way along the three and a half mile peninsula walk or cycle routes, or climb aboard a Spurn Safari to travel in style.
Go on Safari at Spurn National Nature Reserve
Just a reminder that this Sunday (26th June) is the Lord Mayor's Sunday Service at Holy Trinity Church.
The meeting for the boys is at 10:30 at Hull Trinity House Academy. Hope to see you all there to see the boys parade through the city centre.
Every year Hull Trinity House Academy organises a Sponsored Walk to raise money for charity. This year's Sponsored Walk was again very successful. We would like to thank all our staff and students for their valiant effort and their record breaking pledges.
To know more about how this tradition started, you can read our Sponsored Walk page.