Newland School For Girls News

Hull Young People’s Parliament

Today these lovely Year 10’s and Year 7’s went to Hull Young People’s Parliament. Emily Koyuncu is the Hull Young Major and chaired the first meeting in her robes. She did a fantastic speech with lots of confidence. All the girls contributed to the debate and discussion around knife crime in Hull, Curriculum for life, […]

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#NoMoreKnives

Newland School for Girls launches #NoMoreKnives campaign!! https://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/news/hull-east-yorkshire-news/hull-pupils-learn-harsh-reality-2039707      

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Isle of Arran Trip 2018

The last week of term saw a group of 33 students enjoy the outdoor delights of the Isle of Arran. We rock climbed, kayaked, abseiled, gorge walked, seal watched and sailed in beautiful surroundings. Night time activities included fire building on the beach and successfully boiling eggs on our fires- survival skills at their best!! […]

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935 Days of School without a Day Off!

A massive congratulations to one of our Y11 pupils who has achieved a spectacular 100% attendance throughout her 5 Years at Newland.  We congratulate her for never having a single day’s absence.  Well done!  

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Youth Mental Health Certificate of Excellence

We are very pleased to announce we have been awarded the Youth Mental Health Certificate of Excellence

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Professional Theatre comes to Newland on Wednesday 2nd May

A professional theatre company are visiting the school next Wednesday evening ( 2nd May) to perform a new play called ‘A Strange Death of Corsetry’, recently premiered at Kardomah 94 earlier this week. The short play (40 minutes) is about Madame Clapham; Hull’s famous fashion designer of the late 1800s who designed dresses and outfits for the royal family. […]

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NSG Netball Trip to Spain

NSG girls had an amazing time in Spain on the netball tour during the Easter break  

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Global Entrepreneurship Week

Newland School for Girls took 20 students along to the Craven Park Lightstream stadium to participate in the annual Global Entrepreneurship challenge day. Over 200 young people from 20 schools attended. “Global Entrepreneurship Week is all about how small ideas can take root and become viable business plans, with the potential to grow into sustainable […]

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The Tempest Shakespeare Schools Festival

17th November saw 17 of our students share their version of The Tempest at the national, annual Shakespeare Schools Festival, University of Hull. Our version of the classic comedy was set in deepest space, to where Prospero was banished with his daughter, Miranda, left to find an existence amongst the space junk and the ruins of his life. The soundtrack, by David Bowie, […]

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