THRIVING, LIVELY, SUCCESSFUL CHURCH OF ENGLAND SECONDARY SCIENCE COLLEGE
Our ethos is very important to us as it means our students will develop within a caring Christian environment. Immanuel means ‘God with us’ and sums up what we believe. Our last faith inspection confirms we have a “good” faith ethos and we are outstanding at meeting the needs of all learners through our distinctive Christian character. Our most recent Ofsted inspection stated ‘a strength of the school is its equal focus on the academic, personal and social development of the students.
Well done to ALL of Year 11 on your fantastic GCSE results.
You should feel very proud of yourselves for achieving such outstanding grades, we’re extremely proud of each and every one of you!
5 A* – C including English & Maths 63%
A* – C English 77%
A* – C Maths 67%
Post 16 celebrate outstanding Alevel results!
Fantastic results for Immanuel College post 16 students who are once again celebrating some amazing results!
Immanuel students will be following a wide range of courses at university this year. Harry Woods will be reading Natural Sciences at Queens College, Cambridge. Evi Noble will be reading Music Management at the University of West London, Lauren Cole - Criminology & Sociology at Northumbria university, Connor Wilson - mathematics at Newcastle university and Fiona Riley – English literature at the university of Sheffield . The list goes on…
Year 11 Prom 2015
On Thursday 25 June, Year 11 students had an amazing night at our annual school Prom held at Hollins Hall, Baildon. Over 150 students attended and both staff and students had a fantastic time receiving some fabulous feedback from the hotel!
Top winners on the night were Jack Emptage & Olivia Mennell our Prom King & Prom Queen. Christian Soda & Jodie Ingall took home the titles of Best Dressed Male & Best Dressed Female.
Immanuel College votes for our Yorkshire Great!
As votes were cast in the General Election on May 7th, our students were learning about democracy by voting for who they thought was the greatest man or woman ever to hail from Yorkshire.
Students were encouraged to conduct their own research on the candidates, enabling them to make both educated and informed decisions before arriving at the school’s polling station. A total of 1239 votes were cast throughout the day with the event proving a huge success.
The winner, with a majority of 25 was Ben Parkinson, Britain’s most badly injured surviving soldier.