On Thursday 4th October Immanuel held its annual Prizegiving ceremony at Bradford Cathedral. The event celebrated the achievements of students from all year groups and was well attended by parents and staff. Honorary guests included the Deputy Lord Mayor of Bradford and John Froud. Below is a report from Immanuel’s new Chair of Governors, Denise Sterling:
There was a hum of excitement when I arrived at the cathedral that was filling up quickly with students, parents, staff and guests for the Prizegiving celebration.
During the evening there were lots of opportunities to applaud and cheer the achievements of all the students. The evening’s proceedings was enriched by a number of talented students who showcased their excellence with beautiful singing and musical renditions.
We also heard from students who shared their experiences of a trip to Borneo. A particular highlight for me was hearing from two of our youngest participants Jake Redmond and Leah Scullion from Year 7 who confidently shared their experience of life at Immanuel.
This event is one of the highlights of the College year and once again it was a very happy, enjoyable and joyful evening. Well done to all the students and to the staff who worked so hard to make the evening such a success.