Welcome back after the half term breakWe are pleased to welcome everyone back to school after the half break. We hope you are feeling refreshed and ready to continue your studies through to the end of term. Further news and events will be posted on the pages of this webs
Important Notice: CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
CORONAVIRUS: Key information information and messages from the Headteacher. Updated 29.9.21
COVID-19 Lateral Flow Tests
Information relating to COVID-19 Lateral Flow Tests in Schools is detailed on this page with all the relevant information files in PDF format.
Investigating Victorian washing habits
St Hugh's students have been studying washing habits in Victorian times. Read their account below.
St Hugh's School has been rated "Outstanding" by Ofsted for the third time in succession, following a recent inspection in September 2018.
Aged 16+? Fun activities for young people
Join in the fun with sports, arts and museum activities this Autumn
Parents and carers came, teams gathered in friendly rivalry and the weather was good.
From wheel chair slalom to 800 metres every student tried their best.
Live Music Now
On 3rd July, St.Hugh's played host to some visiting musicians. A world music trio 'Trio Simbora' came to share their musical skills with our key stage 3 students.
Audio equipment signals new chapter for pupils
British Steel’s Building Stronger Communities programme has supported St Hugh’s School in Scunthorpe to purchase the specialist audio technology, allowing the pupils access to a greater range of books to develop their love of reading and boost their skills.
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. It is an Evidence Hub for Kyra Research School, designated by the Education Endowment Foundation, and a Partner School of the new Teaching School Hub (DRET), designated by the Department for Education, working in collaboration with schools across North and North East Lincolnshire. 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.