Welcome

I am exceptionally proud to welcome you to The Skills Hub, where we ‘Provide the tools for mastery’ by taking ‘PRIDE’ in everything we do. Staff and students reflect together to establish what is working well and how to move forwards. We aim to instil a solution focused thinking approach via a varied, practical and creative curriculum that enables students to express themselves whilst developing their many skills and talents. We celebrate the fact that we are all very different, but together, with parents and other stakeholders, we can achieve so much more.

 

Michael Hore - Executive Principal


We aim for our young people to lead a happy and holistically prosperous life by developing the skills for them to move successfully along their life journeys. This includes academic outcomes that reflects the best of their abilities, being able to sustain relationships and employment and maintaining healthy households.


Thank you, and God bless you for all the work you have done with my son. It feels like I have my son back.

 

Latest News

Fresher’s Fair

We welcomed back our students with a fantastic Fresher’s Fair, guests included the amazing Dhol Player Drummers and the return of Clownfish Events with their racing simulators. Thanks to all who came to join us and we look forward to …

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Heron Lake

The annual water sports day took place in July, at Heron Lake. All staff and students were invited and as luck would have it, the weather was lovely and stayed dry. This meant that we were able to conduct the …

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Paddington Trip

The Paddington trip was part of the school’s curriculum trips and it was sensational. Our Maths teacher said “students behaviour was very commendable exemplifying our school values and ethos outside the school. They have shown they can apply what they …

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Summer Fayre

Last week, The Skills Hub and Young People’s Academy had their annual Summer Fayre. Although it was a little cloudy in the morning, we had beautiful sunshine for the afternoon and we managed to miss the rain! We had a …

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