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A-Level exam results can be collected from Huntington School on Thursday 16th August at 8AM

GCSE exam results can be collected from Huntington School on Thursday 23rd August at 9AM

Sixth Form Registration Day – Wednesday 29 August: 10am – 12pm for existing Huntington School students & 12pm – 1.30pm for applicants from other schools

New School Year: Tuesday September 4th: Year 7 ONLY 1:15pm – 3:15pm,  Wednesday September 5th: ALL YEARS 8:45am

We are currently looking for new Governors; you could become a Parent Governor if you have a child currently attending Huntington School or about to start in September 2018. School will be holding a Parent Governor election in September. Please look out for details in the new term.

If you are interested, please contact Liz Andrews-Wilson, Clerk to the Governors, at: liz.andrews-wilson@york.gov.uk to find out more.

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

John Tomsett, Headteacher

CURRENT VACANCIES AT HUNTINGTON

Communication Support Worker

Please find below all the documents you will require to apply for the post of Communication Support Worker at Huntington School: Communication Support Worker - June 2018 Prospective Applicant Letter - June 2018 Communication Support Worker - Job Description Support Staff Application word version 2018 Please email your completed application to Kate Barnes at: k.barnes@huntington-ed.org.uk.

GALLERY

PHOTO GALLERY

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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John Tomsett, Headteacher,

Huntington School, Huntington Road,

Huntington, York, YO32 9WT

 

T: 01904 752100

F: 01904 752101

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