2013 - 2014 News

News from the 2013 - 2014 academic year
  • Parents Herald Escape Parenting Course "Enjoyable and Really Useful"

    Posted: 29/04/14

    We would like to congratulate the first group of Jack Hunt parents who have completed the 12-week Escape Parenting programme.

  • Students Take Off for China

    Posted: 25/04/14

    The time has finally arrived for Jack Hunt staff and students to fly off to China for the annual Exchange visit with Gold Apple School students in Shanghai. 

  • Come Along to Our Book Fair in the School Library

    Posted: 23/04/14

    Come along to the Scholastic Book Fair in the Jack Hunt Library for students and parents. 
    Thursday 24 April from 2.30 - 4pm and Friday 25 April from 2.30 to 3.45pm

  • Lessons from Auschwitz

    Posted: 22/04/14

    Year 12 students Kia Welch and Alana Turner were moved by their visit to the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp as part of the 'Lessons from Auschwitz Project.'

  • Year 9 Students 'Moved & Inspired' by Refugee Boy at Nottingham Playhouse

    Posted: 03/04/14

    On Friday 28 March 225 Year 9 students accompanied by teaching and support staff went to Nottingham Playhouse to see Refugee Boy by poet and writer Benjamin Zephaniah and Lemn Sissay. 

  • Students Finish Top in Global Urdu Challenge

    Posted: 01/04/14

    Jack Hunt students take 8 out of top 10 places in annual Vocab Express Global Challenge for Urdu, scoring over 120,000 points.

  • Easter Holiday Fun at Jack Hunt School

    Posted: 28/03/14

    Want to try a new sport - archery, dodgeball or instant ping-pong? Try on Medieval Armour? Learn a new Street/Hip Hop routine? craft or cook some Easter treats?

  • Students Row an Amazing 233 miles for Sports Relief

    Posted: 26/03/14

    Jack Hunt raises over £1,319 for Sports Relief with a Rowathon, non-uniform day and staff vs student Volleyball match.

  • Deep Learning Day – "Thank you for a lovely school!"

    Posted: 25/03/14

    Thursday 20th March was our second Deep Learning Day this year.  Find out what students across the school got up to: Travelling the globe?  Learning a new sport?  Analysing Shakespeare?  or thinking about the diverse communities they are part of? 

  • Announcement: Partial Closure of School for Industrial Action

    Posted: 21/03/14

    As a result of industrial action being taken by some members of the National Union of Teachers, the school will be partially closed on Wednesday 26th March - remaining open for Years 13, 12 and 11 only, with Year 10 attending Work Experience.

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