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  • Christmas Card Competition

    29th November 2016

    Well done to all our winners of the Christmas Card Competition: Ben Mabley, Christos Alamaniotis, Owen Fernie, Sam Greaves and Sonny Megeary!

    You can see all their designs below. The cards will be on sale on our website very soon!

  • Shoebox Appeal 2016

    28th November 2016

    The Academy is supporting the Samaritan’s Purse shoebox appeal.  We would appreciate complete shoeboxes, empty shoeboxes, Christmas wrapping paper, items to go in the boxes or cash donations towards the costs of sending them.  We are also continuing to act as a collection point for any member of the public or organisation wishing to donate shoeboxes to this well-established appeal which sees boxes of Christmas cheer delivered to needy children in different parts of the world.   For more information, please

  • Year 11 Mock Examinations

    17th November 2016

    Just a reminder that the Year 11 Mock Examinations will start next week. Don't forget to use GCSEPod for your revisions. You can also find below an English Revision Booklet for 11E3 and 11E4.

    Good luck!

     

    Year 11 EDUQAS POETRY ANTHOLOGY REVISION BOOKLET  (CLASSES 11E3 & 11E4 ONLY)

    This booklet contains a copy of all the Post - 1789 poems your son needs to be studying as part of his ongoing Literature revision. Please ensure he is completing all of the activities in preparation for his mock exam at the end of No

  • Year 8 Trip to Normandy

    16th November 2016

    This year we would like to offer Year 8 the opportunity to visit the Normandie region in France.

    The France trip will take place from Friday 26th May 2017 to Monday 29th May 2017.  We are planning to go to the Normandie region (north of France) and we will stay at the Chateau du Baffy.  This is set in lovely grounds in the countryside and is regularly used for educational visits. The price for this trip is £350 which includes full board accommodation, travel, insurance, all the entrances for the different ac

  • 64 Million Artists Project

    16th November 2016

    On Wednesday 15th of November a small group of year 10 students, visited The Octagon to take part in the 64 Million Artists initiative.  This project will enable different groups across the city to issue a weekly creative challenge to the people of Hull. This is a city of culture event.

    The boys attended a free two hour workshop so they could decide a short list of challenges, these were then voted on by everyone at the workshop. A challenge was chosen for Trinity House Academy to promote for one week next y

  • Non-uniform day for Children In Need

    16th November 2016

    Once again we are planning to hold a non-uniform day to raise money for Children in Need on Friday 18th November.  In keeping with this year’s theme, students are encouraged to wear something spotty, preferably in their House colours. We are requesting a minimum donation of £1 from each student.  Lessons will take place as normal although extra money may be needed for any activities that take place at lunchtime or through tutors.  Traditionally, we share the proceeds of the day between Children in Need and

  • Tours of Trinity House for City of Culture

    8th November 2016

    What is behind the walls and doors of Trinity House? Discover the secrets and history of Hull "Best Kept" historical building. 

  • Future Chef Competition Results

    31st October 2016

    Well Done to all the participants to the Future Chef Competition and well done to our winners: 

    1st : Alex McGinty

    2nd : Alex Simpson

    3rd : Ben Mabley

    4th : Bradley Lawrence

     

    For more information about the competition please read the flyers below.

  • A Day in the life of the NHS" trip

    19th October 2016

    Some of our Year9 and Year 8 took part in "A Day in the life of the NHS" trip. They went behind the scenes at Hull Royal Infirmary as part of a large-scale NHS careers event.

    More than 70 students from Withernsea High, Trinity House School and St Mary’s Academy walked through six individual scenarios designed to showcase NHS job roles which support people from birth through to end of life. Students also spent time in a mock theatre complete with high-tech simulation mannequin, and received a motivational spe

  • Restart a Heart Day

    18th October 2016

    Well done to all our Year 7 for taking part in the Restart a Heart Day. Yorkshire Ambulance Service representatives said how fantastic the boys were during the day!

    To mark European Restart a Heart Day, Yorkshire Ambulance Services provided cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training to all our Year 7 and around 20,000 youngsters at 105 secondary schools across Yorkshire – thanks to more than 600 volunteers!

    If someone suffers a cardiac arrest, their chances of survival double if it happens in front of a bys

  • Christmas Card Competition

    16th October 2016

    Don't forget our Christmas Card Competition. Submit your entry to Miss Simpson before the 3rd November 2016. Good luck!

  • Academy Calendar

    12th October 2016

    Our new Academy Calendar for the year 2016-2017 is now available on our website. You can view it on this page.

    Furthermore, you can view our Parents Evening dates for this year here.

  • Well done Ahmed Salam!

    11th October 2016

    Well done to our ex Year 11 pupil, Ahmed Salam, who has been nominated as the Guardians 20 starlets to watch for his outstanding skills at Hull City Football Club. This is a fantastic achievement and hopefully bodes well for his career in the future. You can read the full article here.

    To know more about Ahmed you can also read this Hull Daily Mail article.

     

  • Free online English Course

    11th October 2016

    Interested in a free online English Course?

    This new FREE online course from the British Council is suitable for anyone who is a non-native English speaker and who have studied English to at least pre-intermediate level (approximately A2 on the CEFR). Pre-intermediate English on line starts 31st October. It is designed to support employability and ensure participants can successfully function in the workplace. It is packed with videos and audio resources. It is a really useful resource for anyone wanting to

  • Extra Curricular Activities 2016-2017

    11th October 2016

    Our list of Extra Curricular Activities for 2016-2017 is now available on the website. We hope to see many of our pupils taking advantage of these Enrichment opportunities.

    Follow this link for more details.

  • Sunday Church Parade 09/10/2016 - Cancelled

    4th October 2016

    We have decided to cancel the Sea, Field and Factory Service Sunday Church Parade due to the ongoing construction works around the old town and Holy Trinity Church.  Students are not required to attend.


    Thank you

  • Free Parents Maths Course

    13th September 2016

    Our New Keeping Up with the Children Free Maths Course will start on Wednesday 21st September 2016. 

     

    See the leaflet below for more information. 

  • Y6 Open Evening

    13th September 2016

    Our Y6 Open Evening is on Thursday 29th September 6pm–8pm. We are looking forward for you to see what Hull Trinity House Academy is all about.

     

    See the leaflet below for more information.

  • Upcoming Parents Meetings

    12th September 2016

    If you would like to take part in the life of the Academy the following two Parents Meetings are coming up: 

    Parents Forum General Meeting Wednesday 28th September 2016 9.30am  in the LRC Conference Room

    FROTH Meeting Wednesday 21st September 2016 4.30pm  in the LRC Conference Room

    To know more about Parents Forum or FROTH please follow the links. 

  • High Flying Results

    25th August 2016

    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