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Equality & Special Needs

St Hugh’s is a welcoming, friendly and inclusive school where everyone is valued highly and where tolerance, honesty, cooperation and mutual respect for others are fostered.

We seek to be a community that places learning at the centre of all its activities and a school that offers achievement, success and recognition. We will treat everyone at St Hugh’s fairly, celebrating difference and meeting different needs so that all members of our school community are free to live, learn and enjoy.

At St Hugh’s School we aim to promote equality and diversity and tackle any form of discrimination. We seek to remove any barriers to access, participation, attainment and achievement. We will promote community cohesion at school, local, national and global levels and implement all necessary actions in relation to ethnicity, religion or belief and socio-economic background.

Read: St Hugh's School SEND Annual Report with Parent Information as illustrated below.

Read our full Equality & Diversity Policy and Action Plan (updated Autumn 2018).

Relevant documents

The following documents which can also be found on the School Policies & Plans page of this website may also be interest to you:

Accessibility Plan (updated Autumn 2018)

St Hugh's School SEND Report with Annual Information

Special Educational Needs Policy (updated Autumn 2018)

Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND) Local Offer

Admissions - Fair Access Protocols (March 2016 - North Lincolnshire)

Help with Transition and SEND Information

The North Lincolnshire Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice and Support Service (commonly known as SENDIASS) can be contacted through their website.

This service can support and give advice regarding many educational aspects including admissions and transition. They are also supportive if a parent wishes to challenge a placement decision and proceed to a tribunal.

If a placement decision is made that a parent is unhappy about then the parent/carer has the right of appeal through the appeal process of the Local Authority.

Please contact SENDIASS for further information.

North Lincolnshire Local SEND Offer

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Page updated: 18 March 2019