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  • This School Can

    Posted: 27/06/17

    On Tuesday 13th June and Thursday 15th June, Olympic swimmer Jo Jackson paid a visit Jack Hunt School to deliver two separate classes on swimming which were named "ThisGirlCan" and "ThisBoyCan". The two classes were held individually on the previously mentioned days covering a theory and motivational workshop alongside a practical swimming based workshop.

  • Safer Together

    Posted: 22/06/17
    The Peterborough Pupil Referral Service are hosting the first ever “Safer Together” Event on Tuesday 11th July 2017. This event is aimed at both parents and professionals working with secondary age pupils. 
  • Building a generation of change

    Posted: 27/04/17

    Nicolle organised an evening at Jack Hunt School in partnership with YMCA focused on raising money to help support vulnerable young people.

  • Update regarding the proposed Multi Academy trust

    Posted: 26/04/17

    Following the proposal to create a new Multi Academy Trust, we would like your views and thoughts.  Please click on the link below to complete a very short questionnaire:

    Please complete by: Friday 26th May.

  • Attendance Award won by Year 8 student, Demi-Lea Johnson.

    Posted: 27/04/17
    In January we launched an incentive, supported by Vision for Education, for students achieving 100% attendance per half term. Demi-Lea, is our first winner and has actually attended school every day so far this year, so is fitting that she won the award.
  • Peterborough's Business Person of the year

    Posted: 02/05/17

    Student, Emily Ralfs wins Young Enterprise Business Person of the Year.

  • Fire Break

    Posted: 25/04/17

    FIRE! Fitness, Inspiration, Respect and Empowerment. 12 lucky students participated in the week-long Firebreak training course aimed at young people who need to build up their confidence and learn new skills.

  • Around the World in 30 Minutes!

    Posted: 06/04/17

    On Tuesday 4 April, the School’s 6 annual Language and Culture day took place and was again a huge success. The main hall was buzzing with keen and excited students learning about different cultures and languages. Eighty-one of our dedicated students worked extremely hard to produce language and cultural displays celebratin language and culture.  

  • Red Nose Day 2017

    Posted: 30/03/17

    Comic Relief/ Red Nose day 2017 was a fantastic success at Jack Hunt this year with a total of £1295.90 raised for a very worthy cause. 

  • Senior Citizens Bowled Over

    Posted: 24/03/17
    On Tuesday 21 March 2017 a handful of Sixth Form Students gathered ready to make their way to St Andrews Church to meet a local Senior Citizens group, the Netherton Community Club.

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