Situated just a mile from the centre of Hull, our beautiful grounds cover 45 acres, with first-class buildings and facilities.

Within our first-class campus, we have a specialist Art and Design Centre, ICT Centre, theatre, state-of-the-art Stephen Martin Music School with individual music lesson rooms, recently refurbished science laboratories, lecture rooms and an award-winning, newly built Learning Resource Centre.

The fantastic facilities at the school and superb extra-curricular opportunities are key strengths of a Hymers education. Hymers gave me every opportunity to be the best student I could be.
— Ben Partridge, Old Hymerian

We also offer a fitness suite, swimming pool, theatre, sports hall, tennis courts and a floodlit all-weather pitch. Our beautiful and historic heritage, combined with our modern facilities, gives our pupils access to a unique educational experience.

Physics Labs

Our latest development within the school has been a refurbishment of our Physics Laboratories. The transformation provides our students with a modern environment in which they can continue to thrive in.

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Learning Resource Centre

We recently built a state-of-the-art Learning Resource Centre. Providing access to the latest technologies and a wide breadth of resources to give our students the best possible chance for success.

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The Music Centre

The Stephen Martin Music School was built in 2014 to provide first-class music facilities. These facilities consist of music technology and teaching classrooms, state-of-the-art chamber concert room with ceiling microphones that link to our recording studio and percussion suite.
We also provide 7 individual teaching/practice rooms and appropriate storage facilities for students’ instruments.

There is a large range of ensembles including choirs, chamber groups, wind bands, brass groups, orchestras and rock bands, and we encourage pupils to take part in all these extra-curricular music activities.

Frequent concerts in school and performances out of school enable students to showcase their talents.

We have 12 visiting teachers delivering over 400 lessons a week on strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, guitar, piano and voice. We also offer additional classes in theory and aural preparation to help students progress through the ABRSM examinations, which are held for
a week each term in school.

Take a look at our latest music video below!