2008 - 2009 News

Archived news from the 2008-2009 academic year
  • Field Trip to Brighton and the South Coast - April 2009

    Posted: 08/09/09

    At 12 O’clock on the 29th April, whilst most of Jack Hunt School were beginning the fourth lesson of the day, eleven geographers embarked on a field visit that would provide them with a series of unique memories and mental images of the South Coast of England.

  • Spectacular Science Day - April 2009

    Posted: 08/09/09

    The Science Department recently hosted a spectacular morning for Year 9 students.

  • Duke Of Edinburgh - March 2009

    Posted: 08/09/09

    Duke Of Edinburgh Expedition

  • Archaeology Dig

    Posted: 08/09/09

    Paul Fowler, Alex Ford and Richard Blant took 8 Year 9 students to Castor in order to receive training in Archaeology. The course is run by Carenza Lewis who many of you might know from Time Team.

  • Team Enterprise Competition

    Posted: 08/09/09

    The EnterPrize Crew are Team Enterprise winners for Peterborough.

  • Jack Hunt School Bangs the Bhangra Beat - March 2009

    Posted: 08/09/09

    Jack Hunt School bangs the Bhangra Beat to celebrate the Leading Parent Partnership Award

  • Jack Hunt Nominated by "The Tree Appeal" - March 2009

    Posted: 08/09/09

    Jack Hunt School has had six trees donated by “The Tree Appeal” as part of their programme to promote biodiversity, create habitats and improve the environment for people.

  • Travel Safe To School Competition - March 2009

    Posted: 08/09/09

    Ecovert FM recently launched a Design a Poster Competition. The theme of the poster was “Travel Safe to School” which included three categories, walking, cycling or travelling to school by bus. The competition was open to students in Years 7, 8 and 9 at The Voyager, Ken Stimpson and Jack Hunt.

  • Whoopee Cushion Orchestra - March 2009

    Posted: 08/09/09

    Red Nose Day - Whoopee Cushion Orchestra

  • Chinese Visitors - January 2009

    Posted: 08/09/09

    Jack Hunt Welcomes The Gold Apple School from Shanghai.

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