2013 - 2014 News

News from the 2013 - 2014 academic year
  • Donations Sought as School Garden Goes from Strength to Strength

    Posted: 24/09/13

    Seven years ago, Mr Keber , Head of House at Jack Hunt School, had an idea to reclaim an unused plot of land within the school to grow a garden.What began as just a plot of grass has been developed by dedicated gardeners, staff and students, into an established vegetable, fruit and wildlife garden

  • Deputy Head Boy Selected for National Steering Group

    Posted: 18/09/13

    Matt Newton a Year 13 student who is Deputy Head boy, has been selected to be part of the Young Ambassador Steering Group for the coming academic year.

  • Important Announcement - Prospective Parents’ Evening - Change of Date

    Posted: 17/09/13

    Jack Hunt School are holding a Prospective Parents’ Evening on Monday 30 September 2013 (and not 1 October 2013 as published by the Local Authority). We would like to extend a warm invitation to parents of Year 6 children. It will be our pleasure to share with you and your child the range of educational experiences and opportunities we offer. 

  • A Warm Welcome to Our New Starters

    Posted: 13/09/13

    Tuesday 3rd September saw the start of our new school year and 300 new students arriving for their first day at Jack Hunt.

  • An Invitation to Year 7 Parents

    Posted: 12/09/13

    On Tuesday 17 September 2013 we will be holding our ‘Year 7 Curriculum Information Evening’.  The event will begin at 6:30pm and will provide an opportunity for Year 7 parents and students to hear from staff about the core subjects of English, Maths and Science at Key Stage 3.  

  • GCSE Results - Another Record Breaking High!

    Posted: 22/08/13

    We are extremely pleased with our record breaking results, and very proud of the students who achieved them.  Despite the fact that Ofqual has made the new GCSEs in Science deliberately harder and toughened grade boundaries in other core subjects, Jack Hunt School has achieved 90% 5 A*-C passes overall; with 65% 5 A*-C grades including English and Maths.

  • Record Breaking A Level Results

    Posted: 15/08/13

    Jack Hunt School is absolutely delighted with their A Level results; which are the best the school has ever achieved and have built on the progress of the last three years. The school achieved 99.8% A*-E grades overall; 49% A*-B grades and 75% A*-C grades.

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