Our year 9 Rounders team have played 4 of 5 games of the Hanson League and currently stand UNDEFEATED!
The tournament started with a win over Hanson Academy, followed by a close cut game with a 4 rounder streak from Lauren Charlesworth to take a win over Feversham! After this, the girls were to play Bradford Academy.
This was to be the girls 3rd win of the tournament with a series of excellent catches off the bat from Jessica Quantrill! The final game against Laisterdyke proved another close game, but with Caitlin Hodgson making both long range catches and extremely strong hits from the batting box, Immanuel maintained their undefeated run.
The girls have one game remaining against a very strong Tong team, to be played 5/06/17 on our very own Immanuel pitch. This will be the girls chance to take the league title!
Well done to the team and good luck for the final fixture!
This year Immanuel College’s production of Fame was a huge success. With the direction of the performing arts staff, students from all year groups took on the role of students at the New York High School of Performing Arts and astounded audiences with their performance ability. They performed both matinee and evening performances to our local primary schools, parents, carers and friends of Immanuel. In Summer 2017 students will begin preparations for their auditions for the next Musical in March 2018.
As a college we are always very active in our fundraising events, we encourage all our students and staff to take part. We recently raised £1245.13 for Comic Relief on Friday 24th March with various student and staff events including, a sponsored trampolinathon and basketball event, a bake sale and of course our very popular ‘Great Immanuel Bake Off’ with our guest judge The Lord Mayor of Bradford. We are all extremely proud of all our students and staff who took part in fundraising for Red Nose Day.
Year 13 student Liesl Mower has designed a promotional poster for the Harrogate Competitive Music Festival. Her design has been printed and displayed around Harrogate. Liesl hopes to study photography at university. We are really proud of her work and really wanted to share it with you.
Three sixth formers from Immanuel College (Jodie Ingall, Ellie Brown and Ellie Barrett) will be working in Sri Lankan this summer in their Community Project.
There will be various fundraising events taking place over the next few months to raise money. The first was a dress down day for staff a total of £165.58 was raised.
Our Year 9 Careers Fair was a huge success! In association Go Higher West Yorkshire – An exciting event where our students met with colleges and business leaders and were able to ask questions and find answers about future career opportunities. Providers that attended the event included local business, education providers and some top financial institutions in Leeds.
Thank you to all out providers for their support who helped make our event a huge success. Our students were engaged they gathered lots of information about their future careers and thoroughly enjoyed the event.
Immanuel college post 16 students have achieved great results right across the range of subjects.
Students and teachers have worked exceptionally hard again this year, supported by parents, to achieve the best grades possible. Stand out results were for Callum Dyson with A* A* A in biology, maths and physics, Joanna Holmes A* A A in biology, chemistry and maths and Gurnaik Lall with A* A B in biology, maths and physics.