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  • Pupils from Ainthorpe Primary School had an incredible day when they competed in this year’s David Ross Education Trust (DRET) Summer Cup – the biggest event within the network’s sporting calendar.
  • Ainthorpe Primary School is raising money for the David Ross Education Trust (DRET) Inspiration Fund. This fund will help support and enhance our outstanding enrichment programme, designed to
  • Pupils and staff at Ainthorpe Primary School are celebrating after a recent inspection by Ofsted. During the visit from Her Majesty’s Inspectors, the school was rated ‘GOOD’. Particular praise was
  • Pupils from Ainthorpe Primary School were honoured to join the choir of Holy Trinity Church at the ceremony to inaugurate the church as Hull Minster. They have been asked to join the choir on a more
  • As the countdown to the DRET Summer Cup begins, the Trust is delighted to announce this year’s VIP special guest. We are thrilled to be welcoming five-time Olympic gold medallist rower, Sir Steve
  • Talented pupils from Ainthorpe Primary School sang their hearts out at the second annual David Ross Education Trust (DRET) Primary Music Festival. The concert, which took place at Hull City Hall,
  • Sports enthusiasts at Ainthorpe Primary School competed in the hope of being crowned champions of the DRET North Primary Cup 2017. The competition, held at Havelock Academy, saw sports players from
  • Pupils, students and staff from across the David Ross Education Trust have been commemorating Remembrance Day by wearing poppies, attending church services and holding special assemblies this week.
  • Year 5 pupils at Ainthorpe Primary School enjoyed a camping trip to Melton, Hull, at the beginning of September. It was a great opportunity for the pupils to build confidence, work together as a year
  • Before half term, Lord Blunkett joined Wendy Marshall, CEO of the David Ross Education Trust (DRET), to visit pupils and staff at Ainthorpe Primary School. Lord Blunkett, who is the Chairman of DRET

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