- Annual Governance Statement
- Communications to Parents/Carers
- Curriculum - UPDATED with accreditation maps
- Local SEND Offer & Annual SEND Report
- Parent Partnership Policies
- Post 16 Education at Ashby and Broughton
- Post 16 Free School Proposal and FAQs
- Previous News Stories
- Privacy Notices
- Promoting British Values
- Pupil Premium Spend - UPDATED!
- Safeguarding & Facebook
- School Magazine
- School Policies & Plans - UPDATED!
- School Prospectus
- School Year Dates
- Transition Information for New Students
For a printable version of the information on this website, please contact Mrs Millard, the Headteacher, in the first instance. Information is provided free of charge to parents and carers. Printable versions of individual documents published on this website are also available on request.
Read the latest curriculum overviews. Visit the Curriculum page or use the links below:
Key Stage 3 Curriculum: overview (updated 10 October 2017)
Key Stage 4 Curriculum: overview (updated 10 October 2017)
Key Stage 5 Curriculum (Post 16)
Read the Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND) Local Offer from North Lincolnshire Council. Please click on the links above and below to read:
St Hugh's School SEND Report - Annual Information (2017 edition), which is illustrated below:
School Year Dates 2017-18
Our school dates for the 2017-18 school year are as follows:
|Holiday||School closes (pm)||School re-open (am)|
|Start of school year||Tuesday 5 September|
|Autumn half term||Friday 20 October||Monday 30 October|
|Christmas||Tuesday 19 December||Wednesday 3 January|
|Spring half term||Friday 9 February||Monday 19 February|
|Easter||Friday 30 March||Monday 16 April|
|Summer half term||Friday 25 May||Monday 4 June|
|Summer||Friday 20 July|
- Good Friday - 30 March 2018
- Easter Monday - 2 April 2018
- May Day - 7 May 2017
The dates of training days for 2017-18 are as follows:
- Monday 4 September 2017
- Monday 30 October 2017
- Thursday 29 March 2018
Safeguarding & Facebook
Safeguarding & Facebook - Letter from the Headteacher
Transition Information for New Students
The current version of the transition information booklet for new students can be accessed here.
St Hugh's Induction Programme (SHIP) documents
- SHIP mainstream document for parents/carers
- SHIP mainstream document to be returned to school
- SHIP PMLD/ASD document for parents/carers
- SHIP PMLD/ASD document to be returned to school
Read the Autumn Term edition of our school magazine:
Post 16 Free School Consultation
We are proposing to apply to open a Free School with a specific Post 16 focus.
We have chosen to apply to open a Free School to increase the opportunities for students with learning difficulties (LD) at Post 16. A new school would give young people a greater choice of subjects and courses to choose from, for example catering and horticulture. Courses would support individual therapy needs whilst incorporating skills/experiences for work/employability, English and Maths would be part of the core offer. Staff would be specialist trained to meet students specific needs e.g. communication needs, ASD approaches.
Read and download the full letter here.
Complete the Post 16 Free School Proposal Response
You can read our current Privacy Notices here which details how the School and the Local Authority we use your information.
- Privacy Notice 1: how we use your information (School)
- Privacy Notice 2: how we use your information (LA)
School Policies - New & Updated
The following school policies have been updated recently. They can be read and downloaded from the School Policies & Plans page. They are:
- Anti-Bullying Policy
- Behaviour Policy
- Careers Education, Information, Advice & Guidance (CEIAG) Policy
- Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy
- E-Safety Policy
Pupil Premium Spend
Read the full statement here. The following documents have been updated and published:
Promoting British Values
Read the full statement and policy document here.
Annual Governance Statement
The Annual Governance Statement for St Hugh's School was approved and published on 28 November 2016. Please click on the link below to read the full report:
Parent & Carer Feedback
If you are a parent or carer, I would be delighted for you to complete the Parent View of this school by clicking on the image below, which will take you directly to the Parent View page on the Ofsted website.
Comments from parents and carers about the school sent to the Headteacher can be read here.
Current opportunities are posted in the Employment Opportunities section of this website where you can also download the relevant job description and application form.
The following casual vacancies are open for application:
- Lunchtime Supervisory Assistant (Level 1 - Casual Post)
- Teaching Assistant (Level 1 - Casual Post)
Page updated: 19 March 2018