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All staff and students gathered infront of the main hall yesterday for the triennial whole school photograph.

The whole event from setting up the standing platform to all the students...

This academic year marks the 25th anniversary of co-education at Hymers, and today was the first of many events to commemorate this important milestone in our history.

Many former students...

This morning’s sixth form lecture was given by an Old Hymerian, John Pollard. John has led a fascinating career as a coroner in the north-west of England. He spoke of his career and elaborated on...

The streets of Hull and East Yorkshire will have a new addition in the next few days.
 
A bus emblazoned with the Hymers crest will be on the roads of Hull and East Yorkshire and has...

Four Hymers pupils have gained a clean sweep of A*s in their GCSEs, published today. Emily Kirwin, Matthew Sedman,...

Hymers College students are celebrating an excellent set of GCSE results. Over 36% of examinations gained an A* and 71.4% gaining an A grade or better. This represents the fifth year in the last...

Five pupils have gained entry to Oxford and Cambridge Universities. Catherine Watts gained a staggering five A*s and has gained a place at Cambridge to read Modern and Medieval Languages. Chloe...

Hymers College students achieved a record set of results in 2014, with the school’s strongest showing of A and A* grades since the new top grade was introduced five years ago. In addition, 84.5%...

In the penultimate week of term Year 6 performed a play called Dark Age. They were given special permission to perform the piece by its author Richard Hurford. Richard is an award-winning theatre...

June 22nd saw the inaugural Humber Bridge Cycle Sportive, which was supported by a number of Hymers pupils, parents, and also Old Hymerians. The entry fees for the event raised over £4,500 with...

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