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Hull Collegiate School

Category: Nursery, Pre-Preparatory, Preparatory, Senior, Sixth Form

Pupils: Co-Education

Type: Day

Religious Affiliation: Church of England

Roll: 367 Boys / 435 Girls

Age Range: 3-18 Years

School Contact Details

Tranby Croft, Anlaby, East Yorkshire

Tel: 01482 657016




Senior School. Years 7-13: £4143 per term.

Prep School. Reception (with Early Years’ funding): Term 1 £1,643, Term 2 £1,823, Term 3 £1,883. Reception (without Early Years’ funding): £2543 per term. Year 1 – Year 6: £2568 – £3501 per term.


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  • Pupils qualify for elite final...

    Two of Hull Collegiate students are to continue their cyber security journey throughout the summer. Pupils from Hull Collegiate School have progressed to the final stages of the Government’s flagship cyber security training programme, Cyber Discovery. Josh (Year 10) and Zoltan (Year 12) ranked in the top 200 out of over 30,000 initial participants and, as a...

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  • Gold for Year 10 Rosie...

    Biology Challenge is open to students around the world. The competition consisted of two, twenty-five-minute multiple choice papers taken online under staff supervised exam conditions. Questions were set on the school curriculum, but the competition also rewarded our students whose knowledge of the subject has been increased by reading books and magazines, watching natural history programmes, taking notice...

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  • Collegians Set Gold Standard –...

    In May, Buckingham Palace was the destination for seventeen Collegians who had achieved their gold Duke of Edinburgh Award. The students were presented with their accolades at the palace in London by the Duke of Wessex, Prince Edward. In addition, current Head Boy Ryan will go on to collect his award at Holyrood House, Scotland...

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