St Hugh's School
North Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
About St Hugh's School
St Hugh's School is a Special Co-educational Day School for students aged between 11 and 19 years.
St Hugh's Communication and Interaction College recently underwent an Ofsted inspection (September 2013). The report stated that:
"This is an outstanding school”.
“This is a result of expert teaching and the staff’s high quality of care, support and guidance".
The report also states that
"Teachers and their assistants are very dedicated and highly skilled in promoting students’ learning and progress. They are continually improving their expertise".
“The headteacher is a talented leader, whose very high expectations ensure that the whole of the college’s leadership is extremely effective at promoting high achievement, excellent teaching and a substantial capacity for further improvement”.
Ofsted graded St Hugh's as 'outstanding' in all areas of the inspection.
St Hugh’s is an average-size specialist secondary special school.
Students have a wide range of complex learning, physical, sensory and communication difficulties. The majority of students in the school are boys and most are White British. All of the students have statement of special educational needs. The proportion of students known to be eligible for free school meals is well above average.