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South Holderness Technology College
Station Road, Preston, HU12 8UZ, UK Kingston upon Hull
+44 (0)1482 899315


We are pleased that so many Year 6 pupils wish to join us from their primary schools. However, as a result South Holderness Technology College is over-subscribed. This means that all admissions to the school are dealt with by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council Local Authority's Pupil & Parent Services Department. The Head of this department is Mr Martin Hugill.

The Admissions Process
The Local Authority issue Preference Forms for Year 6 pupils attending the primary schools within the East Riding area. Parents are required to complete the form and send it back to the primary school, showing clearly the choice of secondary school.

Once all the forms have been collected the places are then allocated. Of course there are rules to be applied! Those families living within what used to be "the catchment area" are given places first, and then other criteria are applied until all places are full. The school's admission limit currently stands at 330 per year, although should there be places left once the criteria have been applied then the Education Authority will consider other applications, again based on set criteria.

Finally there is an appeals procedure.

If an older student wishes to join the school then applications must also be made through the LA.

More information on admissions procedures can be obtained by contacting:

Mr Martin Hugill, Pupil & Parents Services, East Rding of Yorkshire Council, County Hall, Beverley. Tel - (01482) 392111


The wearing of uniform gives every student a sense of equality in the college right from the start. It also encourages the student to feel a sense of pride and a sense of belonging to the college. In addition the uniform sets clear expectations to ensure health and safety and a good working environment for all students.

If at any time there are any queries regarding permitted styles, parents should contact the college and particularly prior to purchasing garments.

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Sixth Form


The SHTC Sixth Form prospectus contains detailed information about subjects offered and details of courses.

Click here to download the prospectus in PDF format.

Some courses are accessed by distance learning depending on the demand. Subjects delivered in this way have in the past included Electronics, Law and Sociology.

Distance learning is the name given to courses delivered by external tutors via a video-conferencing link. Students should have appropriate GCSE grade A*-C to attend video-conferencing sessions, be organised and self-motivated, and discuss their work regularly with staff responsible at SHTC for supporting the course.

Sixth form courses are designed for students of all ages and, as part of our commitment to lifelong learning, we welcome applications from members of the local community.

The Sixth Form is also a beneficiary of the CWRS Trust Scholarship Fund.

For a Sixth Form application form click here. External applicants should first contact the Head of Sixth Form to discuss course options

E-mail: or click here for other more general contact methods



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