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The Year 1, 2 and 3 classes will be closed the week beginning the 19th October. Year 4 will be closed until Wednesday 4th November. A letter has been emailed to parents with details regarding home learning. All other classes are open as normal and children are expected to attend even if they have siblings in Years 1 and 2. Thank you.
School finishes for half term on Friday 23rd October at 3:10 and re-opens on Monday 2nd November at 8:45am.

Back to School in September:

For all information about returning to school in September or starting school with us in September please click here or go to the back to school tab under Statutory information.

Coronovirus update:

Please click here for the school page about Covid 19,  and other advice and guidance.   The school plans to re-open fully in September and details are below in the letter marked 'Back to school in September letter'.  Other key documents are also at the bottom of this message.  The school will keep parents informed via text message as the situation and guidance progresses.  Thank you for your support and cooperation during these challenging times.  He hope that all families and the community manage to stay safe.  The school has a full Covid 19 risk assessesment.  If you wish to see a copy, please email the school on info@st-hughs.oldham.sch.uk.

Heads Welcome

On behalf of all the children, parents, staff and governors of St Hugh's, we extend a warm welcome to you. St. Hugh's Church of England Primary School is an aided one-form entry primary school serving Holts Village on the outskirts of Lees, Oldham. It is an inclusive school, which aims to promote the children's spiritual, moral and cultural development, helping children towards an understanding of Christian belief and other world faiths.

If your child is to join us soon, we hope that this will be the beginning of a very happy time for you and your child. We firmly acknowledge the partnership that exists between the Home and School and hope to work with you closely during the time that your child/children are with us. We actively strive to develop these links because we believe that the process of educating your child is one in which we share responsibility.

Our Mission Statement defines our values and vision for our CE identity within our community; we are a learning establishment that ensures that the requirements of the National Curriculum are met and where each child's Religious development and Faith is nurtured. At St. Hugh's our whole community of children, staff, parents and governors believe in welcoming everyone as individuals recognising that everyone has a valuable contribution to make to the life and work of the school.

We hope you enjoy browsing our website. It contains a great deal of information about our school, but if there is anything else you wish to know about, please do not hesitate to contact us either by phone or by email. We are always happy to welcome parents into school and look forward to seeing you.

Mrs Jane Lisic               
Headteacher                        

St. Hugh's CE Primary School Vision Statement

‘Be the change you want to see in the World’  (Gandhi)

St. Hugh’s as a Christian family of God is aspirational, inclusive and loving.

We treat each person as a unique individual of inherent worth to support them towards academic excellence and personal growth, as they become advocates for change within society.

‘To have faith is to be sure of the things we hope for, to be certain of the things we cannot see.’    Hebrews 11 v 1

Oldham, Henshaw and Church of England Educational Trust

St Hugh's CE Primary School is part of the Henshaw Trust. The aim of the Trust is the promotion of Gods Kingdom through the provision of Primary and Secondary Schools where the faith and worship of the Church of England can be taught and practised and the children brought to Confirmation and worshipping membership of the Church.  The school works together with the Trust to achieve our common aim. 

Please visit the Henshaw Trust section of the website to see how the school has used the funding secured through the Henshaw Trust Bid.

 

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