ADELAIDE PRIMARY SCHOOL
Headteacher: Kirsten Bradley
Adelaide Primary School is an aspirational and ambitious, inner-city school – we are incredibly proud of our community and provide a first-class educational experience for all of our children. We are a diverse, inclusive school and value and celebrate individuality and differences. We have places for 420 pupils aged 4-11 years and a 52 place nursery.
Adelaide Primary is Ofsted rated ‘Good’ and we are proud to ensure that all our children are safe, enjoy coming to school, achieve to the best of their ability and are well prepared for life in modern Britain. To achieve this, all members of the Adelaide school community take responsibility and make a valuable contribution to shaping the culture and vision of our school. Our Staff Team are committed to our children and ensuring that our pupils receive the very best provision throughout their time at Adelaide – we all genuinely believe that education can make a real difference and open doors to exciting new opportunities!
BROADACRE PRIMARY SCHOOL
Headteacher: David Wilkinson
Broadacre Primary School became an academy and joined Humber Education Trust in April 2018. The school has expanded rapidly in recent years and in February 2022 moved into a brand-new building. The school now has capacity for 630 pupils aged 5 – 11 and has a 52 place nursery. The school also has Hull’s first ever purpose built unit for children with ASC and has provision for 10 pupils. 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.
BUDE PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL
Executive Headteacher: Deb James
Bude Park Primary School is a small school in the north of Hull with places for 240 pupils ages 3-11. It is an Ofsted rated ‘Good’ school and prides itself on providing a safe, caring environment where every child is given the confidence to achieve their full potential. Bude Park Primary School became an academy in April 2013 and joined Humber Education Trust in September 2020.
BURSAR PRIMARY ACADEMY
Headteacher: Kate Morgan
Bursar Primary Academy is proud to have been successfully educating pupils since 1902. We are Ofsted rated ‘Good’ and have capacity for 315 pupils within our school and nursery. We constantly strive to provide the very best educational experience for our young people aged 3-11 years old. At Bursar our pupils and their parents are our highest priority. We aim to provide a caring and safe environment where responsible, tolerant and principled global citizens can grow. We are an inclusive academy with high aspirations and expectations for all our pupils. Bursar Primary Academy joined Humber Education Trust on 1st April 2023.
CAMBRIDGE PARK ACADEMY
Headteacher: Steve Kernan
Cambridge Park Academy is a 3-19 special school in Grimsby for pupils with ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder) and complex learning needs. The school has places for 220 students from the North East Lincolnshire and North Lincolnshire area and is Ofsted rated as ‘Good’. The school places importance on preparing its students both academically and socially for life after school and provides a wide range of opportunities for young people to take part in sporting and cultural activities alongside their academic learning. The school became an academy in March 2013 and joined Humber Education Trust in April 2020.
CHRISTOPHER PICKERING PRIMARY SCHOOL
Headteacher: Jane Marson
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 ‘Outstanding’. 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.
CLIFTON PRIMARY SCHOOL
Headteacher: Terri Hadfield
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 became an academy and joined Humber Education Trust in November 2017.
FREDERICK HOLMES SCHOOL
Headteacher: Helen Maddison
Frederick Holmes School is a community special school catering for pupils with severe physical/ learning disabilities and those with profound and multiple needs aged 2-19.
It is a school where all children are valued and all staff strive to deliver an inspirational curriculum in a supportive and caring environment. We welcome children and their parents and carers into a friendly, hardworking school where respect for others, positive attitudes and independence are nurtured and each child is given the opportunity to flourish and reach their potential.
We are based in a fantastic purpose built building with up to 110 places. We have excellent facilities to support the needs of all our pupils including a hydrotherapy pool, rebound room, soft play and sensory rooms.
Frederick Holmes School is rated “Good” by Ofsted and received outstanding judgements in the following areas; Personal Development, Behaviour and Attitudes and Sixth Form Provision. The school converted to academy status and joined Humber Education Trust in September 2018.
Acting Headteacher: Alec Young
Ganton School is a special school for children with severe and complex learning difficulties. Based over 2 sites (primary and secondary), it has places for 175 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 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.
HIGHLANDS PRIMARY SCHOOL
Headteacher: Debbie Smith
Highlands Primary School is situated on North Bransholme in Hull. It has 420 places for children in Reception – Year 6 as well as a 39FTE place nursery; it also provides funded places for 2-year-olds. Highlands Primary School is an outstanding school (Ofsted April 2012). It provides a happy welcoming, caring and safe environment where expectations are high and where learners are encouraged, challenged and supported to be the best they can be. Highlands converted to academy status in April 2013 and joined Humber Education Trust in September 2020.
KINGSWOOD PARKS PRIMARY SCHOOL
Headteacher: Nic Loten
Kingswood Parks Primary School is a large primary school at the heart of the Kingswood housing estate in Hull. Kingswood Parks Primary School is an Ofsted rated ‘Good’ school and puts the relationship between school, home and the community at the heart of all that it does. Children attending Kingswood Parks Primary School are nurtured, supported and challenged to grow, to aspire and to achieve their full potential. The school’s engaging and purposeful curriculum allows children to demonstrate the core values of kindness, tolerance, respect, resilience, creativity and independence. Kingswood Parks Primary School joined Humber Education Trust in September 2020.
MAYBURY PRIMARY SCHOOL
Headteacher: Alison Grantham
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.
NEASDEN PRIMARY SCHOOL
Headteacher: Katy Drinkall
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 recently built school building. It has a passion for developing children’s personal development as well as their academic achievement. Neasden Primary School converted to academy status in October 2013 and joined Humber Education Trust in September 2017.
PARKSTONE PRIMARY SCHOOL
Executive Headteacher: Sarah Waller
Head of School: Jonathan Rogers
Parkstone Primary School is a larger than average sized school in north 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 became an academy and joined Humber Education Trust in January 2018.
ST NICHOLAS PRIMARY SCHOOL
Executive Headteacher: Sarah Waller
Head of School: Sarah Leaf
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.
TWEENDYKES SCHOOL & SIXTH FORM
Headteacher: Pierre Fenner
Tweendykes School is a community special school and sixth-form for pupils with severe learning difficulties, autism and complex needs between the ages of 3-19. They are based in a new building, co-located with Winifred Holtby secondary school, and have up to 165 places. Tweendykes School is Ofsted rated ‘Outstanding’ and is National Autistic Society accredited. It 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 joined Humber Education Trust in June 2019.
WOODLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL
Headteacher: Michelle Dodson
Woodland Primary School is a smaller than average school in the east of Hull with places for 210 pupils aged 3-11 years. We joined Humber Education Trust and became an academy in January 2018 and are rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted. We are situated in a beautiful, new building that provides a rich, inspiring learning environment that motivates pupils to learn.
We strive to create the very best conditions for learning so that our community is empowered to achieve its full potential in all that it aspires to do and be. Our children sit firmly at the heart of everything we do, and we work hard together to demonstrate our firm belief that only the very best is good enough.