General Information

Hull Trinity House Academy promotes a love of English throughout KS3 and KS4. Students study a range of texts for English Literature including poetry, drama and prose. For English Language, we develop and enhance the skills required to be successful, focusing on reading and analysis skills as well as the ability to write for a range of purposes, forms and audiences. As a department we aim to provide an exciting and engaging curriculum. 



Staff Member

Role and Specialism

 Mrs C. Davison

 Subject Leader of English
 Language and Linguistics

 Miss C. Jackson

 English Teacher 
 Second in Department

 Mrs C. Dunn

 English Teacher

 Mr M. McLucas

 English Teacher

 Mr B. Shepherd

 English Teacher 

 Mrs Z. Kirk

 English Teacher and SENCO

 Mrs G. Mills

 English Teacher
 Assisstant Principal
 Literature, Media and Film


Key Stage 3

The English course at KS3 (Years 7 and 8) equips students with the skills required at GCSE level. Reading and writing skills are explored here to make students increasingly analytical and creative. In Year 7 students will read a range of modern and contemporary fiction, as well as pre & post 1914 poetry and ‘unseen poetry’. Literacy skills are a focus point, forming the basis of a number of different writing styles and genres.


Key Stage 4

In KS4 students follow the Eduqas English Language and Eduqas English Literature specifications. In English Language, students are required to answer questions on 19th, 20th and 21st century fiction texts. The writing tasks focus on narrative writing and transactional writing. For English Literature, students study: ‘Macbeth’, ‘A Christmas Carol’, ‘An Inspector Calls’, Unseen Poetry and the Eduqas Poetry Anthology.


Please contact the English Department for any further information.