Hull Trinity House Academy Consultation
**This consultation has now closed**
Hull and the Humber Port area are at the heart of an expansion of jobs in the renewables industry, coupled with other inward investments into the Humber. This means more opportunities in the maritime sector, engineering, logistics, and a whole range of other jobs and careers. We are determined that the young people of Hull will have the highest quality of education and training, so that they can benefit from these opportunities and that future employers can locate in Hull, confident of a skilled workforce.
We are consulting on:
- An increase in the number of students in each year group from 120 to 240
- A move from the current school site on Charlotte Street Mews to the Endeavour building on Beverley Road
- A change from an all-boys school to a co-educational school
Why are we looking at making the proposed changes to Hull Trinity House Academy?
As a school, we have the highest expectations for what children can achieve. We back this up with strong leadership, excellent teaching and support for all pupils. We make sure children are getting an excellent education. We want more local children to access this education and take advantage of every opportunity.
We want to build on our history and the excellent teaching and learning at the school to create a sustainable school for the future, generating unique opportunities for more of the young people of Hull.
We are proud that the Hull Trinity House Brethren have given their support to all three elements of our proposals. We are confident that these proposals will not impact on the heritage and culture of the academy.
We want to hear from you, even if you do not have particularly strong views. All voices count.
Parents/carers, staff and students, have your voice heard by completing the survey HERE
Residents and Stakeholder, have your voice heard by completing the survey HERE
Delta Academies Trust CEO explains the proposed changes and why it is so important that you speak up in THIS VIDEO.
You can find the full consultation document and Frequently Asked Questions at the bottom of this page.