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Newland School for Girls A Mathematics & Computing College
Cottingham Road, HU6 7RU, UK Kingston upon Hull
+44 (0)1482 343098

We are a community secondary comprehensive day school for girls aged 11-16 located in a beautiful conservation area, close to the University of Hull on Cottingham Road, in the city of Kingston-upon-Hull. Read more >>>

Community 2006/07
Find out all about our work with other Schools and the Community as a Maths and Computing specialist College. Read more >>>

Newland School Song
Newland School for Girls have recorded their school song "The City of Light" featuring the voices of past and present students
Click here to listen >>>

Newland 2007 Prom
Newland School for Girls Class of 2007 excelled at their leaving Prom on Thursday 28th June at The Quality Royal Hotel, Hull.
See all the pictures here >>>

Curriculum Enrichment Day 2007
Year 7 spent one of their days thinking about possible careers and were lucky enough to be able to ask visitors from different career routes questions in school.
See what Year 7 got up to >>>
See what else Year 7 got up to >>>

How to find us
You can view a road map and find us using or
Or you could copy and paste our coordinates (53°46'19.89"N 0°22'15.15"W) into Google Earth and get a view of our school from space. To get Google Earth go to

Newland School for Girls Centenary Year
More news about our centenary year. Access the Centenary Site here >>>

Bus route updates
More news about our current Bus Routes. Read more >>>

Community Focused Schools
We have been working collaboratively with St. Mary’s College, Kelvin Hall, Endeavour High, and Trinity House School to provide a number of extra curricular activities. Read more >>>


Miss L Bitterli (Head of Subject)
Art and Design is about developing an awareness of the visual world around us.
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Ms J Foreman (Head of Subject)
We are an Arts Mark Gold school and the arts are recognised as one of the strengths of the school.
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Ms C Wass (Head of Subject)
We aim to provide our pupils with a wide range of language skills that will enable them to be effective communicators when they leave school.
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Micro-site,coming soon.

Miss A Gray (Head of Subject)
Pupils will learn to understand the processes that help shape the world we live in.
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Micro-site,coming soon.

Mr I Medlam (Head of Subject)
The department aims to stimulate pupil curiosity, interest and enjoyment of history. We want to encourage open and enquiring minds.
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Mr A Towse (Head of Department)
The school places a high priority on the development of ICT, which led to the successful application to become a Mathematics and Computing College.
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Visit our Micro-site.
DiDA Students click here.

Mr J Alibone (Head of Subject)
Members of the Department of Modern Languages promote the awareness of Modern Languages as a practical subject, supporting the aims and agreed policies of the Faculty and of the School as a whole.
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Leisure & Tourism
Miss A Gray (Head of Subject)
This is a vocationally related qualification.
Pupils will study:
1. Investigating Leisure and Tourism.
2. Marketing Leisure and Tourism.
3. Customer service in Leisure and Tourism.
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Mr N O'Brien (Head of Subject)
The department is fully staffed with well-qualified mathematicians.
We have 5 fully equipped maths rooms, all with interactive whiteboards, OHPs and a good selection of practical equipment to be used for lesson starters or as required.
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Micro-site,coming soon.

Mr R Burrell (Head of Subject)
There are two well-equipped music rooms in the language block with 30 specialised PCs and MIDI keyboards.
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Mrs D Lawson (Head of Subject)
PE will offer you the opportunity to develop your skills in a wide range of sports and activities. You will learn about exercise, how the body works to help you exercise and then, through training, how your performance can be improved.
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Ms J Robinson-Doyle (Head of Subject)
We believe the aim of religious education is
threefold: to allow pupils to explore their own values, hopes, ideas and purpose; to discover other cultures, religions and beliefs; and to equip pupils with enough knowledge about themselves and others to reach informed decisions and judgements in the wider community.
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Mr A E Whitley (Head of Faculty)
Activities are planned in such a way as to encourage full and active participation by all pupils irrespective of disability, ethnicity or creed. Activities are differentiated to match the needs and abilities of the pupils.
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Mr B Green (Head of Department)
The department specialises in food, textiles, electronics, metal, wood and plastic at Key Stage 3.
GCSE at Key Stage 4 are offered in food, textiles, graphics and resistant materials.
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