Our Schools

Adelaide Primary School

Adelaide Primary School is a large school in the heart of Hull city centre. It has places for 420 pupils aged 5-11 years and has a 40 place nursery. It serves a diverse community where 75% of pupils have English as an additional language. Adelaide Primary is Ofsted rated ‘Good’ and has specific strengths in the pedagogy of Maths. At the centre of the school’s ethos is the firm belief that all children can achieve success and that education can make a real difference to lives and open the doors to exciting opportunities. Adelaide Primary School is due to become an academy and join Humber Education Trust in January 2018.

Website: www.adelaide.hull.sch.uk

Email: admin@adelaide.hull.sch.uk

Phone: 01482 223753


Broadacre Primary School

Broadacre Primary School is a relatively large, expanding school situated in the northern outskirts of Hull.  It provides places for 420 pupils aged 5-11 years and has a 26 place nursery. It is Ofsted rated ‘Good’ and prides itself on implementing a broad, balanced and exciting curriculum, providing high quality care, guidance and support for all pupils.  Broadacre Primary School is due to become an academy and join Humber Education Trust in December 2017.

 

Website: www.broadacreprimaryschool.org

Email: admin@broadacre.hull.sch.uk

Phone: 01482 833033


Christopher PickeringChristopher Pickering Primary School

Christopher Pickering Primary School is a large school to the west of Hull. It has places for 420 pupils aged 5-11 years and has a 40 place nursery. It is based in The Compass building, a purpose built centre, which it shares with a range of other agencies including a private nursery, the city’s hearing impaired resource base, a children’s centre and the primary section of Ganton Special School. Christopher Pickering Primary is Ofsted rated ‘Good’.  They offer a truly inclusive approach to education and strive for all children to be the ‘best they can be’. Christopher Pickering Primary School became an academy in February 2015 and joined Humber Education Trust in September 2017.

Website: www.christopherpickeringprimary.co.uk

Email: admin2@cpickering.hull.sch.uk

Phone: 01482 352245


CliftonClifton Primary School

Clifton Primary School is a larger than average school based in the centre of Hull. It has places for 315 pupils aged 5-11 years, has a 26 place nursery and is a National Support School. Clifton Primary is Ofsted rated ‘Outstanding’ and serves a culturally diverse community where over 50% of children do not speak English as their first language.  The ethos at Clifton is one of excellence where every child is supported to achieve their individual best within an atmosphere of inclusion and challenge. Clifton Primary School is due to become an academy and join Humber Education Trust in November 2017.

Website: www.cliftonprimaryschool.co.uk

Email: admin@clifton-pri.hull.sch.uk

Phone: 01482 325913


Ganton School

Ganton School is special school for children with severe and complex learning difficulties. Based over 2 sites (primary and secondary), it has places for up to 180 pupils aged 2-19 years. Ganton School is Ofsted rated ‘Outstanding’ and is well known for its pioneering joint provision for SLD Outreach and Post 16 Pathways work.  Ganton School is outward looking, truly inclusive and is committed to excellence in personalised learning and well-being. Ganton School became an academy in February 2015 and joined Humber Education Trust in September 2017.

Website: www.gantonschool.org.uk

Email: admin@gantonschool.org.uk

Phone: 01482 564646


Maybury Primary School

Maybury Primary School is a small school in the east of Hull with places for 210 pupils aged 5-11 years and a 26 place nursery. Maybury Primary School is Ofsted rated ‘Good’ and provides a rich, inspiring learning environment that motivates pupils to learn. It values every opportunity to enable pupils to shine in music, the arts and sporting endeavours. Maybury Primary School converted to academy status in October 2013 and joined Humber Education Trust in September 2017.

Website: www.mayburyprimaryschool.co.uk

Email: admin@maybury.hull.sch.uk

Phone: 01482 701387


neasdenNeasden Primary School

Neasden Primary School is an average sized school in the east of Hull with places for 280 pupils aged 5-11 years and a 26 place nursery. Neasden Primary School is Ofsted rated ‘Good’ and is based in a newly built school building. It is a flagship school for Open Futures and values the acquisition of life enduring and life enhancing skills as well as academic achievement. Neasden Primary School converted to academy status in October 2013 and joined Humber Education Trust in September 2017.

Website: www.neasdenprimary.org.uk

Email: admin@neasden.hull.sch.uk

Phone: 01482 791169


Parkstone primaryParkstone Primary School

Parkstone Primary School is an average sized school in north-west Hull with places for 350 pupils aged 5-11 years. Parkstone Primary School is Ofsted rated ‘Good’ and prides itself on encouraging children to achieve their full potential in a warm and welcoming environment, where all achievements are celebrated. Parkstone Primary School is due to become an academy and join Humber Education Trust in December 2017.

Website: www.parkstoneprimary.co.uk

Email: admin@parkstone.hull.sch.uk

Phone: 01482 854554


St NicholasSt Nicholas Primary School

St Nicholas Primary School is a small school in the west of Hull with places for 210 pupils aged 5-11 years. It is based in the historic 1897 Sailor’s Families Society Orphanage and is a happy, friendly school, built on history and which relishes the challenge of preparing children for the future. St Nicholas Primary School is Ofsted rated ‘Good’. It is a ‘small school with a big heart and a love for learning’. St Nicholas Primary School converted to academy status in August 2015 and joined Humber Education Trust in September 2017.

Website: www.saintnicholasprimary.org.uk

Email: admin@st-nicholas.hull.sch.uk

Phone: 01482 444215


Tweendykes School

Tweendykes School is a community special school and sixth-form for pupils with severe learning difficulties and physical disabilities between the ages of 3-19. They are based in a new building, co-located with Winifred Holtby secondary school, and have up to 150 places. Tweendykes School is Ofsted rated ‘Outstanding’ and runs outreach services and training for a wide range of schools and partners. At the heart of its ethos is the belief that every child can reach their potential with the right support. Tweendykes School converted to academy status in May 2013 and is due to join Humber Education Trust in April 2018.

Website: www.tweendykes.co.uk

Email: office@tweendykes.hull.sch.uk

Phone: 01482 826508


Woodland primaryWoodland Primary School

Woodland Primary School is a small school in the east of Hull with places for 210 pupils aged 5-11 years and a 15 place nursery. Woodland Primary School is Ofsted rated ‘Requires Improvement’ overall with ‘Good’ judgements for Behaviour & Safety and Leadership & Management. It is situated in a brand new building and provides a rich, inspiring learning environment that motivates pupils to learn. Woodland Primary School is due to become an academy and join Humber Education Trust in November 2017.

Website: www.woodlandprimary.org.uk

Email: admin@woodland.hull.sch.uk

Phone: 01482 787000