School Magazine Published
Read the Autumn Term 2017 edition of the St Hugh's School Magazine.
Thank You From FOSH
Thank you to everyone who supported this year's Christmas Fayre and making it so successful. A grand total of £1294.14 was raised!
St Hugh's held their Christmas Fayre on Friday 15th December.
To begin this festive period, KS3 participated in an Advent Spiral to help them to reflect upon the year just gone and to help them to think about the up and coming year of 2018.
10 -11RB Baptism
On 14th November 2017 10-11 RB visited St. Hugh’s Church to participate in a baptism. Rev’d Julia Clark and Linda opened the Church for us and led us in a baptism of our baby. Anna chose the name ‘Hans’ for our baby.
St Hugh's Remembrance Day
St Hugh's Remembers
We held our Remembrance Service in our Remembrance Garden.
Cameron is 12 and loves superheroes, especially Star Wars, Power Rangers and more recently Dr Who. He enjoys playing superhero games on his PlayStation, reading books about superheroes, acting out his superhero missions, dreaming about superheroes and talking about superheroes. To his family, he is a Superhero!
On Wednesday 1st November nine students and three members of staff went to the Alhambra Theatre in Bradford to watch a production of Willy Russell's Blood Brothers as part of their GCSE English Literature studies.
Welcome to St Hugh’s School which is a special school for students between the ages of 11 and 19 years who have a range of learning difficulties, including moderate and severe learning difficulties, autism spectrum disorders, profound and complex needs. The school is rated “Outstanding” by Ofsted and is a National Teaching School, leading an alliance of over one hundred partner and associate schools and educational providers. If you would like to arrange to visit our school or request a meeting with a member of staff, please contact the school office.Tracy Millard, Headteacher
Learn • Believe • Achieve • Together
We strive to nurture self-confidence and self-esteem by promoting effective communication. We provide a warm, safe and stimulating learning environment in which every student has the opportunity to succeed and receive an excellent education. Read More
We value the lives and education of every student in our care. We strive to make a difference to our students and their families/carers by continually building, supporting and raising positive active partnerships. Our school motto is Learn - Believe - Achieve - Together.