We are delighted to announce that Olivia Hiscocks in Year 9 has been awarded the Chef of the Month Award in October for her refreshing Elderflower & Lemon cake.
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At Alec Hunter we believe all of our students have a responsibility to not only stay safe online but also to be kind to others.
We have put together some tips for parents and carers to help you promote kindness online to your children.
Following the postponement of our annual Sports Day in the summer, we all looked forward to the rescheduled Sports Day on Friday 17th September.
It was fantastic to be able to give students their chance of glory and offer the new Year 7’s a taste of what’s to come in the Summer of 2022.
This was the first Sports Day under the revamped House system and the students didn’t let us down with their enthusiasm, effort and sportsmanship. The atmosphere was amazing, and it was great to see a live sporting event.
It's been 18 months since Alec Hunter last played a competitive fixture in any competition. So, after the high of Sports Day, it was great to get on a bus and travel to Boswells School in Chelmsford with the Year 7 Football Team in the first round of the Essex Cup.
First edits of the formal photographs from the School Prom will be ready to view shortly.
In the meantime, if you had photos taken on the night but did not make an appointment via the booking system, please complete the photo release form so your photos can be added to the gallery.
RAAP (Raising Awareness Against Prejudice) is a student-led group, designed to make sure that the Alec Hunter Community is an inclusive, educated, supportive community where EVERYONE is seen and heard.
Please click below to read the latest issue of the Herald, featuring students who were awarded Student of the Month last term, the new leaders of the RAAP Group and new staff news.
We are delighted to announce that Mr Lawn has been awarded ‘Headteacher of the Year’ at the annual Essex Teaching Awards. These prestigious awards took place at Hylands Park last week and are designed to acknowledge outstanding teachers, headteachers, teaching assistants, governing bodies and school teams who work in Essex.
Increased energy levels and an improved brain function are just two of the many benefits of keeping hydrated, so it's important to us as a school to provide our students and staff with cool drinking water throughout the day.
Our school water coolers are provided by AquAid who have given us the opportunity to help those less fortunate than ourselves. With each purchase of a water cooler, an automatic donation is made to the Africa Trust. These funds are used to build 'Elephant Pumps' - a modified version of an age-old Chinese rope pulley system.
One such pump has been installed in Manicaland, a province in north east Zimbabwe, Africa on our school's behalf. It will be a much needed source of clean and fresh drinking water for the whole community.