2011 - 2012 News

Archived news from the 2011-2012 academic year
  • GCSE Results 2012

    Posted: 06/09/12

    At Jack Hunt School 5 A*-C grades improved to 90% this year, with 45% of students achieving at least one A* or A grade and 26% receiving three A* or A grades. Pamela Kilbey, Headteacher said: “We are delighted with the individual achievements of our students......"

  • A Level Results 2012

    Posted: 06/09/12

    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 two years.  The school also saw an increase in A* and A grades with the vast majority of students gaining places at their first choice of University...

  • Summer at JH Cluster Holiday Club

    Posted: 28/05/12

    Welcome back to your HOLIDAY CLUB for the Jack Hunt Cluster of Schools. We offer a warm welcome to all families and children. Come and join us and take part in the largest and most ambitious summer holiday club we've ever undertaken. The range of exciting activities include pounding on the drums, being a spy or pond dipping and much, much more. We have something to suit everyone...

  • Olympic Achievement

    Posted: 12/07/12

    Three Jack Hunt students were extremely fortunate to be part of the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay. Sumayya Manji, Edith Prosser and Matthew Newton were all extremely deserving of the opportunity and had a wonderful experience, cheered on by the general public of Peterborough and Spalding...

  • JH Students at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival

    Posted: 04/07/12

    A rare and unique opportunity has arisen for three 18-year-old, theatre A level students, Georgia Evans, Lucy Johnstone and Tess Gee who have been encouraged to take their own self created theatre piece up to the highly prestigious and renowned Edinburgh Fringe Festival...

  • JH Students Clean Up At Eco Awards

    Posted: 04/07/12

    The Peterborough Eco Awards were held at Ken Stimpson School this year. Schools from all over Peterborough took part and displayed the fantastic sustainability work they had been doing; from school gardens to toy swap shops, recycled art work and bikethon challenges...

  • Urdu International Teachers' Conference

    Posted: 02/07/12

    Jack Hunt School hosted its third annual teachers’ conference on Wednesday 30 May led by Mr M Nawaz, Head of Urdu at Jack Hunt School. The conference was attended by 13 Urdu teachers from different parts of the United Kingdom including two Urdu teachers from Lahore Pakistan...

  • JHS Work Experience Celebration Evening

    Posted: 02/07/12

    Year 10 Jack Hunt students recently completed their two weeks work experience, enabling them to gain knowledge and experience through Work Related Learning in the world of work.  Two hundred and sixty seven students aged 14-15 went out to 245 employers who represented 53 occupational areas in Peterborough and London...

  • Around The World In 80 Minutes

    Posted: 29/06/12

    The students from the Jack Hunt Theatre and Dance Academy are in the middle of rehearsals for their performance at The Cresset Theatre on 7 and 8 July. The show is entitled “Around the World in 80 Minutes” and will feature ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary and Irish dancing as well as Musical Theatre...

  • Junior Football Leaders

    Posted: 28/06/12

    Over the half term holiday, Max Bradbury, Hamza Ali Ahmed and Richard Millington attended a Junior Football Leaders course.  The 6 hour course gives an insight on how to coach younger students, basic refereeing, arranging tournaments and running a successful community football club.....

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