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About Us

St Hugh's School is rated "Outstanding" by Ofsted, after successful inspections in 2010, 2013 and now in 2018. It has held National Teaching School status since July 2013, when it established a new Teaching School Alliance of over 20 partner schools and organisations in association with North Lincolnshire Council.

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St Hugh’s School is a special school for students between the ages of 11 years and 19 years of age who have a range of learning difficulties including moderate, severe learning difficulties, autism spectrum disorders, profound and complex needs and language and communication difficulties. The current numbers on roll, as stated in the last census report (January 2018) to the Department for Education (Edu-Base - St Hugh's School), are 157 students, of which 110 are boys and 45 are girls.

Students are nurtured in order to inspire them to make the best possible progress within their academic and personal school experience. Education and support is delivered by an amazing team of committed professional staff who strive to provide the very best of all students.

It is a privilege to be Headteacher at St Hugh’s, an ‘Outstanding School'  as rated by three successive Ofsted inspections in 2010, 2013 and 2018.

We value our school community and are committed to working with parents / carers to help students achieve their true potential. In addition, we work collaboratively  with the Local Authority’s Integrated Service Team and health professionals in order to maximise each student’s programmes.

Thank you for visiting our website. We welcome visits from prospective parents and carers. I look forward to meeting you. I would also be delighted, if you are a parent, 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. 

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.

 

Page updated: 5 October 2018