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  • Take Over Day 2017

    Posted: 14/02/17

    Our annual Take Over Day this year has been fantastic. As always positions were available at Jack Hunt, our Cluster Schools and Trust partners including Anglian Water and Peterborough Hospital.

  • Miles Jupp Awards Primary Writers

    Posted: 10/02/17
    On Friday 27 January, Jack Hunt School hosted the 500-word National Literacy Trust competition, welcoming partner primary schools from the local community to participate in this event.
  • Art Showcase - Banksy Inspires Students

    Posted: 06/02/17

    On Wednesday 2 February our annual Arts Showcase took place, revealing the talents of both Jack Hunt and our Cluster Primary students.  

  • Ofsted Letter

    Posted: 07/02/17

    Attached is the Ofsted letter for our recent one day Inspection.

  • Callum Commemorates Queen Katherine

    Posted: 31/01/17

    On Friday 27 January 2017, Jack Hunt School was honoured to take part in Peterborough Cathedral’s Katherine of Aragon Festival. 

  • Jack Hunt's Musical Talent

    Posted: 26/01/17

    On Wednesday 18 January 2017 Jack Hunt School showcased our musical talents to a class of Highlees Primary Students.

  • Information – Year 9 Choices ‘Dreams and Aspirations’

    Posted: 19/01/17

    January and February are important months for Year 9 students as they embark on their Options choices.  Read on to find out about upcoming key events in the process.

  • Frantic Assembly

    Posted: 17/01/17

    Frantic Assembly – a contemporary theatre company who specialise in physical movement - visited Jack Hunt School on 13 January

  • Ofsted Visit 2017

    Posted: 16/01/17

    We have been informed that we have a one day Section 8 Ofsted inspection tomorrow 17th January 2017. We are excited at the opportunity this gives us to show the excellent progress and achievement of our students.

  • MBE Awarded to Local Rowing Champ.

    Posted: 10/01/17

    Paralympian and ex-student of Jack Hunt School James Fox has been honoured with an MBE from HRH Queen Elizabeth.

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