Latest News

  • Gold Medal Winner inspires students at Award Evening

    Posted: 11/12/17

    Our Annual Sports Awards Evening, was celebrated at Jack Hunt School on Wednesday 22 November featuring a visit from an esteemed guest

  • Year 7 compete in annual Table Tennis Tournament

    Posted: 08/12/17

    Students representing Jack Hunt School come 3rd in Annual Peterborough Schools Table Tennis competition.

  • Bebras Challenge Success

    Posted: 11/12/17

    Students compete in the annual Brebas Computational Thinking Challenge

  • Take Over Day 2018 Announcement

    Posted: 11/12/17

    Our ‘Take Over Day’ continues to be a great success and I am really pleased to advise that we are again offering our students the opportunity to ‘take over’ work shadow positions.  Positions are available, not only in Jack Hunt School, but also, with our partner primary schools, Anglian Water (Trust Partner), Peterborough City Hospital and more.

  • Teacher gains ‘Sign of Peace’ award

    Posted: 04/12/17

    Mr Nawaz has been presented with the Sign of Peace award for his work bringing the community together in Peterborough. 

  • Students in local performance

    Posted: 27/11/17

    Four students and two members of staff performed in a local variety show at the Key Theatre

  • Attendance Award won by Year 8 student, Layton Nelson

    Posted: 27/11/17

    Our incentive for students achieving 100% attendance per half term continues!

  • Children in Need and Anti Bullying Week

    Posted: 24/11/17

    The pupils at Jack Hunt School have raised £1358.49 for two charities!


  • World Championship Success

    Posted: 03/11/17

    Year 8 student Oren Semeraro has achieved the amazing status of Tang Soo Do World Champion!

  • Jack Hunt Supports ‘Show Racism the Red Card’

    Posted: 13/11/17

    Jack Hunt students enjoyed supporting ‘Show Racism the Red Card’ on Thursday 19 October, with everyone wearing red clothes.

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