To celebrate our 130th year, nominate a notable alumna/alumnus
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It is with great pride that I begin my role as President of the Old Hymerian Association in September 2022, following in the footsteps of Emily Pennack. I would like to begin by thanking her for the amazing job she has done over the past two years. We both have similar passions: the mission and commitment to our alumni remains the same, to keep our alumni connected to our school and each other. Many of you are already participating on so many levels. In big ways and in small, your contributions are important and valuable, so thank you. We always think that one of the measures of a good school is how many former pupils want to keep in touch, and in that respect, we at Hymers are very fortunate. We want to develop our mission of creating a strong inclusive community for the benefit of all Old Hymerians.
We aim to bring together our former pupils, their families, and staff all in one trusted and engaging network. Inspirational learning is at the heart of everything we do, we understand the distinctive learning needs of boys and girls and consistently deliver some of the best academic results in the North of England. We also prepare our pupils for life beyond school. A key part of that preparation is to welcome leaving students into a lifelong relationship with their fellow alumni and their school. The Development Office commits to delivering the benefits of choosing a Hymers education long after a pupil has left the school, as one of our alumni said to us recently "You may leave Hymers, but Hymers never leaves you"
Helen Saunders, OH 1990-2000
President, Old Hymerian Association
Jayke Hartley studied at Hymers College from 2005 until 2012 before returning to work at Hymers College in 2020 as Head of Biology More...
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Old Hymerians were among the businesses that attended the evening More...
Celebrated on 8 March, it is a global day recognising the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women More...
We took a look in our updated Digital Archives and found David Bond, OH 1958-68, who had previously told us about his life after Hymers College for Th… More...
We are delighted to share with you our guests on the panel for our evening in Law. You will also hear from former students who are in their early years of studying Law at University. We look forward to seeing you and your family on the 30th March. Read more
Join us for an informal and friendly night out in Manchester. With many Old Hymerians living, working or studying in Manchester we would like to welcome all alumni for a couple of drinks and a light bite. We have our own reserved space in the bar area where you will be able… Read more
Jessica is an actor, writer and director, and is Co-Artistic Director of She Productions Theatre Company. After gaining a First Class French and Drama degree, she trained at Drama Studio London, where she was nominated for the BBC Carleton Hobbs Bursary Award for Radio. As an act… Read more
Would you like to receive and reply to a handwritten letter from a Junior School student? As part of a Year 6 English lesson our students (age 10-11 years) are learning how to compose a handwritten letter. We would love to be able to send you their letter by … Read more
This year’s event for the five trophies above takes place on Wednesday 28th June at Hull Golf Club. Tee times from 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm. Arrange your own groups, sign in at the pro shop, and play between the above times in two or three balls if possible. Ther… Read more
Are you ready for the third installment of the OHA v. Pocklinton Friendship Trophy? All Old Hymerians with a WHS of 18 max are welcome to join the OHA team for a game of friendly rivalry against Pocklington. The day will start from 12.30pm, where the team will meet for lunch. T… Read more