Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. What is the school's name?
St Hugh's School (as from 1st September 2015).
The school is a National Teaching School. It was previously known as St Hugh's Communication & Interaction Specialist College (until 31st August 2015).
2. Who can attend this school?
St Hugh's is a special school for students between the ages of 11 and 19, who have a range of learning difficulties, including moderate and severe learning difficulties, autism spectrum disorders, profound and complex needs.
3. Who do I contact for an appointment about admissions?
Please contact the headteacher, Mrs T Millard, at the school by telephone or e-mail to make an appointment.
4. What is the school's admissions policy?
To view the school's admission policy, please visit the admissions page on this website.
5. How do I apply for a job at the school?
Please visit the employment opportunities page on this website or contact the school office for more information about how to apply for a job at St Hugh's.
6. When is the school newsletter/magazine published?
The school newsletter/magazine is published three times a year at the end of each term.
7. How do I apply for a School Direct (Initial Teacher Training place) with the school and its partners?
Department for Education
GOV.UK (Special Educational Needs)
North Lincolnshire Council
North Lincolnshire Council Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice and Support Service
Page updated: 25 October 2019