HULL: An open evening is taking place at the Hull Studio School.
It will take place on Thursday, January 24, from 6pm to 8pm.
It is a chance for people to speak to staff to find out what the school, in Queens Gardens, is about. There are places for students in Year 10 and sixth form.
The studio school opened in September.
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It has a strong business ethos, students spend the majority of their time working on real projects with employers, developing the skills they need for future work, while studying the key qualifications they need.
HULL: Residents are being urged to recycle their real Christmas trees.
Hull City Council is urging people to think about the environment when they take decorations down.
Councillor Martin Mancey, Hull City Council's portfolio holder for environment and transport, said: "It's estimated more than eight million Christmas trees are bought each year in the UK.
"Unfortunately, many of these are just thrown away at the end of the festive season, even though they can all be recycled.
"After removing all the decorations and the pot, real trees can be chopped up and put straight in the brown bin or they can be taken to one of the city's three household waste recycling centres.
"None of the trees we collect go to waste as they are all turned into compost."
Hull's household recycling sites at Burma Drive, Wiltshire Road and Sutton Fields are open every day from 10am to 6pm.
Anyone wanting to recycle more in the new year can also order extra recycling bins by calling 01482 300300.
HULL: Fitness fans have helped raise more than £400 for The Echoes Foundation by taking part in a challenge to do 1,000 repetitions.
John Moss, of Hull's Fitness Academy, organised the challenge.
Those taking part were sponsored to do 1,000 repetitions, including 100 press-ups, 200 squat jumps, 300 kettle bell swings and 400 burpees.
Mr Moss said: "We are so thrilled with the huge turnout and success of the charity 1,000 reps challenge. It was in support of such a great cause."
Mr Moss is hoping to continue supporting the charity with more events in the future.
HULL: Workplace teams are being sought by Hull City Council for the city's inaugural Table Tennis Council Cup.
The competition will be held on Friday, February 1, at the Rea Balmford Table Tennis Centre at Hull YPI in Chanterlands Avenue, Hull.
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HULL: Pupils from three city schools will be going back to new buildings next week.
Andrew Marvell College, Kingswood Academy and Oakfield Special School are all opening their doors for the first time.
Their opening will take the number of schools opened under Hull's £400m Building Schools for the Future programme to ten.
Each of the schools will have a phased opening for pupils to be able to start in year groups and get used to their new surroundings.