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Hull Collegiate School

PUBLISHED: 16:50 29 January 2015 | UPDATED: 12:50 03 August 2015

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Hull Collegiate School is the only independent co-educational day school in East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire to provide a coherent education for children aged 3 to 18 years.

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Located in Anlaby, East Yorkshire, 5 miles from Hull City Centre and 1 mile north of the Humber Bridge. The school is set within the historic landscaped grounds of Tranby Croft, built by the Wilson family in the late 1800’s.

In 2005 two successful independent schools, Hull Grammar School and Hull High School, merged to form Hull Collegiate School at the Tranby Croft site. The school benefited from a multi-million pound investment by parent company, United Learning.

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The Nursery, Prep and Senior Schools are located on one site. The youngest pupils are catered for in the Nursery, open 7.30am to 6pm weekdays for 52 weeks of the year. The Prep school adjoins the Senior School and shares the wealth of facilities on offer. The Sixth Form is housed within the purpose built Wilberforce centre.

The school will celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2015 with ten academic scholarships awarded to pupils to mark this milestone, these will cover their tuition fees from Year 7 entry in 2015 right through to their GCSE/A Levels. Scholarships for entry 2016 onwards will be awarded and further details can be obtained by contacting the school.

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Financial assistance is also available for entry into the Senior School and a bus service operates across East Yorkshire, Hull and North Lincolnshire.

Hull Collegiate School’s goal is to provide outstanding teaching and learning, first class facilities and sensitive support and care in an environment that will bring out the best in everyone

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