Huntington School is located at Huntington Rd, Huntington, York YO32 9WT, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Huntington School and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Jenny BG

5 Google Rating

A wonderful school, it might not have the look of a fancy new build but it's what is inside that cou

5/ 5

A wonderful school, it might not have the look of a fancy new build but it's what is inside that counts! The staff are fantastic, and well led by John Tomsett who comes across as a very dedicated head teacher. The students were welcoming and very sociable, a delight to meet.

Xbox Market

1 Google Rating

do not like

1/ 5

do not like

Justin Nguyen

5 Google Rating

If you don’t get your JIMMY NEUTRON looking HEADASS outta my FACE.

5/ 5

If you don’t get your JIMMY NEUTRON looking HEADASS outta my FACE.

Thalex Deadwards

1 Google Rating

The attitude towards students who were less able than others is awful. Actively bully or put down st

1/ 5

The attitude towards students who were less able than others is awful. Actively bully or put down students who didnt perform as well, and no praise given when that student does extra work on that topic - only criticism. "We're counting down the days till you've left". Unacceptable to hear from Teaching staff from the School, especially from a Head of Department, regardless of the situation. Grudges often kept from previous years despite offering a clean slate for the move up to GCSE year or A levels. Teachers would actively lie to justify their reasoning's against a student, and would actively try to remove students from the course despite results or work shown. All in all, the attitude towards students who try to achieve highly but cant quite meet their upper-tier piers is disgusting - could be counted as bullying. Psychologically damaging.

idris lloyd

5 Google Rating

Actually the best school.

5/ 5

Actually the best school.

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