St. Hugh’s Catholic Primary School
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St Hugh’s Catholic Primary is situated in the south of the city of Lincoln. It transfered from the centre of Lincoln in 1993 and is now part of Saint Peter and Saint Paul’s parish.
The school has a strong tradition of high academic standards as well as being proud of it’s sporting, drama and musical achievements.
Currently we have 270 pupils on roll. We offer a wide range of extended provision with a successful breakfast and after school activity club running each school day.
Please feel free to contact the school directly through this website or by telephoning 01522 501137. If you would like to visit the school you would be most welcome.
Mr Gregory Hughes
“This good school has some outstanding aspects. Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding…pupils enjoy school greatly” OFSTED 2008
“Overall, the Catholic life of Saint Hugh’s is outstanding” Section 48 Report 2008
“The overall effectiveness of music is outstanding. Music makes a distinctive and valuable contribution to the school and pupils personal development”. Music Ofsted 2007
This good school has some outstanding aspects. Teachers’ commitment to pupils’ achievement and excellent relationships result in excellent personal development and well-being, typified by pupils’ positive attitudes, exceptionally good behaviour and classroom environments that are purposeful and conducive to good learning.
The school’s strong focus on pupils’ personal development results in high levels of self-esteem and produces an acute understanding of their own and others’ feelings. High levels of care ensure everyone knows exceptionally well how to stay safe in school and nurtures an equally strong awareness of healthy living.
As a result, pupils enjoy school greatly and attendance is good. Nearly all parents feel fully involved. They value the school’s caring ethos and its commitment to ensure their children are ’rounded individuals by the time they leave’. Very strong partnerships enrich pupils’ learning experiences highly effectively and enable them to make a good contribution to the school and local community.