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.
The Great Immanuel Bake Off on Red Nose Day
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.
Fabulous Post 16 Results August 2017
We are as always proud of all our students and would like to congratulate them all. Special mention to Miyah Khela who has fulfilled her dream of securing a place to study medicine at Birmingham University. She achieved A grades in biology, chemistry and maths. Lia Barrett, who is going to study Film at the University of Warwick, achieved a fabulous A* A* A A set of grades in film studies, sociology, media and EPQ.
The proportion of A*-A grades at A level increased to an amazing 21% this year, from 16% in 2016. 55% of the A level grades are A* – B.