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IMPORTANT UPDATE

SCHOOL WILL CLOSE AT 3.30PM FRIDAY 20 MARCH UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Staying at home may be difficult, here are some links to helpful ways you can help improve your mental health and wellbeing if you are worried or anxious about the coronavirus outbreak.

Click here StayHomeSavesLives        Youngminds.org.uk           Kooth.com

Huntington Research Project - Easter Holidays

For those of you who would like to keep your child actively learning over the Easter holidays we have produced a ‘Huntington Project Guide’.  This is voluntary piece of work. There is no deadline and students can continue working on the project after Easter.  On completion, the project should be physically handed into your child’s form tutor when we return to school. This project is open to all students including our current Year 11 students .

There will he House prizes for completed entries. We look forward to reviewing the projects.

WELCOME TO HUNTINGTON SCHOOL

“We believe that Huntington School is a place with a special atmosphere. We are a school whose core purpose is ‘to inspire confident learners who will thrive in a changing world’. We hope that you enjoy exploring our website, and that you will see how we strive to achieve our core purpose.”

Our school values are: respect, honesty and kindness

CURRENT VACANCIES AT HUNTINGTON

Communication Support Worker (Part time, Thursday and Friday)

Thank you for your interest in the role of Communication Support Worker.  This role is part time, working two days a week (Thursday and Friday) and is temporary, to be extended until the student has left the school.  Further details can be found in the documents below: We are looking for someone to start as

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HOUSES

BRONTE

Charlotte Brontë, born in Thornton in North Yorkshire, was one of the three Brontë sisters,  and worked as a novelist. She was born in 1816…

COOK

James Cook was born on 27 October 1728 in a small village near Middlesbrough in Yorkshire. His father was a farm worker. At the age of 17, Cook moved to the coast…

JOHNSON

Johnson House is named after Amy Johnson, who was a famous British aviator born in Hull in 1903. She is best known as the first woman to fly solo from London…

WILBERFORCE

William Wilberforce was a British Philanthropist, Politician, and most notably one of the leading voices in the early-mid 19th century speaking out against the slave…

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Huntington School, Huntington Road,

Huntington, York, YO32 9WT

 

Main Reception: 01904 752100                            Fax: 01904 752101

To report a student absence:

  • (Year 7-11) 01904 752165
  • (Sixth Form) 01904 752162

PA to the Headteacher: 01904 752137

Accounts: 01904 752108

Research School: 01904 752107

All Weather pitch: 01904 752104

 

 

 

 

 

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