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Year 11 Trip to Crowle Moors
Year 11 visited Crowle Moors as part of their Science curriculum this term in conjunction with the Isle of Axholme & Hatfield Chase Landscape Partnership. They enjoyed walking through the nature reserve and searching for the Hebridean Sheep! They held a piece of wood that has been preserved for thousands of years in the peat soil and spent time listening to the wildlife around us.
Anti-Bullying week 7/8KL
For Anti-Bullying week 7/8KL have been working hard to communicate to each other and be supportive!
KS5BS students Remember
KS5 BS students visited the memorial in Broughton on the 11.11.2019 to lay our poppy wreath and art work completed during the whole school remembrance event. Students respectfully observed a 2 minutes silence at the memorial at 11am.
This year our Remembrance service focussed on D-Day which commemorated it's 75th anniversary earlier this year. The boot prints represent the boot prints that were made on the beaches. Representatives from each team laid a pair of boot prints in the garden.The crosses made by student's are for those who died there.
KS5BS have had a lovely week.Tuesday morning was busy with our meal planning and preparation where we made a delicious vegetarian lasagne, garlic bread and a healthy salad. This was followed by an autumnal apple crumble. Everyone enjoyed their lunch. We visited Scunthorpe tow
What a busy week we’ve had in KS45SH. We’ve really loved meal planning and preparation, making a delicious Chicken Bhuna with all the trimmings on Wednesday. We went to Normanby Park for a healthy walk in the sunshine on Friday, we loved exploring the woods and the fabulous walled garden. We also recognised numerals on our walk. In Science this week we’ve been exploring sound and vibration, using lots of musical instruments including bells and electric guitars.
Arrivals at St Hugh’s
There are two new guinea pigs living at the front of school. The all white one is called ‘Snow’ and the multi-coloured one is called ‘Race’.
7/8TT have been identifying preferences through a range of textures.
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
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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.