Alec Hunter Academy is pleased to welcome you to our Open Morning on 8th October. We have a host of interactive activities for our visitors to experience. Please see poster below for full details:
Staff and students at Alec Hunter Academy are celebrating after the school secured the best set of GCSE results in its history. 55% of students achieved the benchmark measure of 5 or more A*-C grades including English and maths, a rise of 7% on last year’s figure of 48%, which was itself a dramatic 10% increase from 2014.
A list of updates from this years World Challenge travelers as they explore Tanzania.
Summer safety tips can be found here published by the Essex County Fire & Rescue Service
ParentPay have recently changed the way they take payment and allocate funds to students’ accounts.
You will now need to ‘Top UP’ you Parent Pay account and once you have received confirmation of your payment return to the home page and select your child or children’s individual cashless catering item. By selecting ‘view details and pay’ you can assign the amount you wish to credit to that child.
Alec Hunter Academy is proud to present: Back To The 80's. A Musical by Neil Gooding.
7:00PM / 12th July - 14th July 2016
Family ticket £21.00 (2 Adults 2 children)
We started the morning with a visit to the market in Brie Comte Robert where the student brought the ingredients to make a healthy lunch. They then headed back to the Château where they made their lunches and a prize was awarded to the best group.
Are you a talented young footballer who would like the opportunity to develop further within the successful Colchester United Development Centre?
Would you benefit from:
• Weekly training sessions at Colchester & Maldon based centres with UEFA qualified coaches, many of whom also work within in the clubs Academy environment and much more...
If so, come along to the Open Trials Evening!
On the 11th March, Alec Hunter played host to a footballing star. With over 300 Premier League games under his belt and 21 full England international caps, ex-Newcastle and Spurs defender Jermaine Jenas gave Year 7 an invaluable insight into the world of professional football and is a true example of just how far you can get if you work hard and maintain a positive attitude.