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Drop Down Day

Sixth Formers from The Nottingham Emmanuel School have been working closely with local and national employers to explore the opportunities available to them on completion of their studies. At the end of January students were released from lessons to attend a series of workshops facilitated by employees from Experian, Roythornes Solicitors and BDO. This one … Continue reading Drop Down Day

Sixth Form Skydive

Four members of staff and six Sixth Form students completed a 13,000ft skydive at Langar Airport to raise money for Ward E39 – the children’s cancer unit at the QMC – raising over £4,000. After the jump, year 13 student Ilona  said “It was the scariest, but most amazing and thrilling thing I have ever … Continue reading Sixth Form Skydive

(HE+): Visit to the University of Cambridge

On Tuesday 5th February 2019, a group of high achieving Year 12 students from The Nottingham Emmanuel Sixth were invited to visit Peterhouse College at the University of Cambridge to gain further insight into studying at a highly competitive university. The visit to Cambridge followed the Higher Education Plus Programme (HE+) Launch Event that took … Continue reading (HE+): Visit to the University of Cambridge

‘Into Nursing’ workshop

Following our Sixth Form rowing competition, we had the pleasure of welcoming Fran Odell, a former Sixth Form student currently studying at Salford University, back to Sixth Form to talk to students about studying Nursing at degree level. Fran’s inspirational talk also gave our students a real insight into what life is like at university, … Continue reading ‘Into Nursing’ workshop

Higher Education Launch & Futures Week

On 6th November 2018, a group of high achieving Year 12 students went to the Launch Event for the Higher Education Plus Programme (HE+) held at The Nottingham Council House in the Market Square, Nottingham. The Nottingham Emmanuel Sixth Form is part of a consortium of schools across Nottinghamshire that work together with the University … Continue reading Higher Education Launch & Futures Week

Vote 100 Service at Southwell Minster

On 25th November, Genevieve, one of our Year 12 students, was invited to read a scripture passage at Southwell Minster as part of the Vote 100 service – celebrating 100 years since women first got the vote. Genevieve said “The service was very moving; it was exciting to be there and, as a young woman, … Continue reading Vote 100 Service at Southwell Minster

Young Professionals Conference

On 20th November, all of our Sixth Form students attended a work skills event at Pride Park Stadium, Derby. Students were involved in a wide range of activities including external speakers from BDO (a Global Accounting/Professional Service Firm), Lloyds Bank and Experian. Students then had the opportunity to attend a wide range of workshops about … Continue reading Young Professionals Conference

Year 13 Chemists Spectroscopy Workshop

On Wednesday 17 October, our Year 13 Chemists attended a Spectroscopy Workshop at the University of Nottingham School of Chemistry to experience some of the more advanced chemistry techniques encountered in A Level Chemistry. In order to identify a mystery substance, they spent time in the laboratory carrying out Infrared Spectroscopy, before being introduced to … Continue reading Year 13 Chemists Spectroscopy Workshop

Record-breaking A Level results

Historically their best results to date with students achieving an unprecedented number of top grades and making progress significantly above national average during their courses. There have been celebrations today at The Nottingham Emmanuel School as students arrived to collect their A Level results. Despite the increased challenge in both the content and mode of … Continue reading Record-breaking A Level results

Partner Ghana 2018

Hi there, and greetings from all of the team over here in sunny Ghana. We have been informed that the UK has also been soaking up the sun, probably in a desperate attempt to make the most of it… whilst it lasts! Our fifteen hour journey out was not plain-sailing, to say the least. To … Continue reading Partner Ghana 2018

Ward E 39 Fundraising Cheque Presentation

On Monday 15 October, students from The Nottingham Emmanuel Sixth Form proudly presented a cheque for £3492.00 to the Nottingham Hospitals Charity. This fantastic sum of money was raised at various sixth form fundraising activities and will go directly to Ward E39, the Children’s Cancer Unit at the Queen’s Medical Centre, to help pay for … Continue reading Ward E 39 Fundraising Cheque Presentation

The launch of the Sixth Form Revision Programme

On Wednesday 14th March, the Sixth Form Team launched the Exam Revision Programme to both year 12 and year 13.  Instead of the usual Act of Worship in the Chapel, the Main Hall was set up in a classroom style, with students sitting around large tables so that they could listen to the revision classes … Continue reading The launch of the Sixth Form Revision Programme

Year 12 Physics Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Visit

On 14th March, Year 12 Physics students visited the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Oxfordshire for a Particle Physics Masterclass. The Campus houses some of the most important and expensive science facilities in the country, where researchers from universities and scientific companies across the UK and around the world come to carry out their experiments. Facilities … Continue reading Year 12 Physics Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Visit

Sixth Form students hear about the wonderful work at Maggie’s

Sixth Form students at The Nottingham Emmanuel School received a visit from an inspirational volunteer who works for Nottingham’s Maggie Centre, the charity which provides support to people diagnosed with cancer. Mark Blatchley is a former Deputy Head Teacher who was diagnosed with stage 3 skin cancer almost four years ago. He visited the students … Continue reading Sixth Form students hear about the wonderful work at Maggie’s

Futures visit to the University of Birmingham

On Friday 2 February, a number of Year 12 students visited the University of Birmingham as part of the ‘Futures’ Programme. Students firstly attended a session on choosing a competitive course, where they had the opportunity to ask current students questions and were then taken on a campus tour. This was followed by a student … Continue reading Futures visit to the University of Birmingham

HE+ visit to Peterhouse College, Cambridge

The HE+ project is aimed at students from state schools who have the potential to make strong applications to the University of Cambridge and other research-intensive universities. The aim of the project is to provide students with activities which stretch and challenge them academically and also provide support and guidance to make a competitive application … Continue reading HE+ visit to Peterhouse College, Cambridge

Rowing event raises £457 for Nottingham Children’s Hospital

Students at The Nottingham Emmanuel School have presented a cheque to the Nottingham Children’s Hospital for £457.93 after holding a rowing fundraising event. Joseph Irons, Teacher of PE & Sixth Form Achievement and Pastoral Manager at The Nottingham Emmanuel School, said that the charity was chosen by the Sixth Form students for this year’s fundraising … Continue reading Rowing event raises £457 for Nottingham Children’s Hospital

Register and be a Lifesaver volunteer’ Visit

On Thursday 18 January, a ‘Register and be a Lifesaver volunteer’ delivered a session to sixth formers to raise awareness and highlight the importance of blood, organ and bone marrow donation. Daniel in Year 12 said ‘I found today’s session really helpful because it gave me a greater understanding of blood and organ donation. It … Continue reading Register and be a Lifesaver volunteer’ Visit

Sixth Form’s Head Girl Gains Place at Prestigious Cambridge University

During my time in Sixth Form, I always knew that I wanted to pursue a degree within the Humanities sector. My A levels in Psychology, History and Mathematics developed in me a love of learning and honed my ability to critically appraise information. Studying History at A level furthered my passion for learning about the … Continue reading Sixth Form’s Head Girl Gains Place at Prestigious Cambridge University

Rucksack Project and FIFA Tournament

As part of their National Citizen Service (NCS) project, three Year 12 students, Hamza, Haris and Shazaib, held a fundraising event to raise money for the ‘Rucksack Project’, which helps homeless people by giving them a rucksack full of basic essentials. Haris said, “NCS interested me because I wanted a challenge that would develop my … Continue reading Rucksack Project and FIFA Tournament

Entrepreneur inspires our Sixth Form students

Students at the Nottingham Emmanuel School have been attending inspirational talks aimed at boosting their skills and enthusiasm in the quest for their future ambitions. One visitor was Trish Daswaney, of not for profit makeup company, Kohl Kreatives, which aims to help men and women recreate features cosmetically, particularly those with conditions such as alopecia, … Continue reading Entrepreneur inspires our Sixth Form students

Year 12 Trip to Escabeche

Our Year 12 Food Science and Nutrition students recently spent two mornings gaining restaurant experience at Escabeche in West Bridgford. This was a fantastic opportunity for students to see the course theory put into practice and has really aided their understanding of the subject. The students spent time in the kitchen speaking to the chefs, … Continue reading Year 12 Trip to Escabeche

Sixth Formers Gift Bags for the Nottingham Hospital Neonatal Ward

Continuing our support for the Nottingham Hospitals Charity, on Wednesday 28th November we welcomed visitors from the Neonatal Unit at the QMC and City Hospital. They talked to our Year 12 and 13 students about the work they do on a daily basis and discussed ways in which we could develop a long-standing partnership to … Continue reading Sixth Formers Gift Bags for the Nottingham Hospital Neonatal Ward

Member of Youth Parliament

I have been a Member of Youth Parliament for 3 years, having been elected by the young people of Nottinghamshire. As a Member Of Youth Parliament (MYP) I represent the views of young people from all over Nottinghamshire. I meet with other MYP’S in the region and talk about the issues affecting young people mostly in … Continue reading Member of Youth Parliament

Sixth Form ‘Into University’ Workshops

At the end of September, thirty Year 13 students attended ‘Into University’ workshops, consisting of 4 carousels aimed at preparing them for higher education or employment.  The carousel focussed on:         Student finance: Students discussed the different things that university students might spend their money on and were introduced to Student Finance, covering the support that … Continue reading Sixth Form ‘Into University’ Workshops

Sixth Form Rowing Race for Ward E39 – Children’s Cancer Unit

This year our Sixth Form is supporting the Nottingham Children’s Hospital ‘Big Appeal’ and we are specifically fundraising for Ward E39, the children’s cancer unit at the Queens Medical Centre. The money that we raised will go directly towards developing facilities on the ward, where patients can often live for months at a time, to … Continue reading Sixth Form Rowing Race for Ward E39 – Children’s Cancer Unit

Year 12 UCAS exhibition

Year 12 students recently attended the UCAS Higher Education Exhibition at Loughborough which provided them with an opportunity to meet with representatives from the leading UK universities. The students deepened their understanding of the range of courses currently available, what career opportunities that they can ultimately pursue and about the rewards that can be gained … Continue reading Year 12 UCAS exhibition

Elliot receives the ‘Children of Courage Award’

The Rotary Children of Courage Awards are organised to recognise and honour local young people who have faced adversity and showed courage and tenacity in overcoming hardship. To be eligible to receive an award, the recipient must have demonstrated bravery in overcoming some form of disability or impairment or have made some significant contribution to … Continue reading Elliot receives the ‘Children of Courage Award’

Lord-Lieutenant’s Award for Promoting Voluntary Service

The Nottingham Emmanuel School has received the Lord-Lieutenant’s Award for Promoting Voluntary Service from Deputy Lieutenant Sue Gorham. Martin Skinner who received the award on behalf of the school was responsible for the wide ranging projects that led to the accolade.  Mr Skinner said, “We are delighted to see the hard work of our students, … Continue reading Lord-Lieutenant’s Award for Promoting Voluntary Service

Sixth Form Open Evening

We would love to invite you to our Sixth Form Open Evening. Please find the dates and details below: Sixth Form Open Evening Date: Thursday 5 October 2017 Time: 7.00pm Location: The Nottingham Emmanuel School, Gresham Park Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham, NG2 7YF Click here to apply to join us.

Work Matters 2016

On Wednesday 21st September, The Nottingham Emmanuel School brought together almost 600 Year 12 students from across the City for the hugely successful Work Matters 2016 event. The event was run in partnership with Bluecoat Academy, The Trinity Catholic School, Magnus Church of England and The National Church of England Academy. It was hosted by … Continue reading Work Matters 2016

Emmanuel see top A Level grades rise in number!

Despite the number of A* grades being awarded dipping nationally for the fifth year in a row, staff and students at The Nottingham Emmanuel School are celebrating with their highest ever passes at A2 at the top end. Particularly good performances were seen in Maths, Science and Sociology and such results have led to excellent … Continue reading Emmanuel see top A Level grades rise in number!

Project Ghana 2016

We began our journey as we left school on the evening of 3 July, travelling through the night and the following day to arrive in the warm, welcoming heat of Accra, Ghana. From the moment we left the anticipation grew as, together, we looked forward to making friends, serving each other and showing that when … Continue reading Project Ghana 2016

Futures!

Six of our Sixth Form students have been taking part in Futures, a programme which is organised and funded in conjunction with Teach First. The programme aims to help students make better choices for their future and encourages them to consider higher education. “Furthermore, I have made some really good friends who I have exchanged … Continue reading Futures!

Lilian Greenwood Visits Emmanuel

Our Sixth Form students met with Lilian Greenwood, MP for Nottingham South, today for a chance to discuss some of the more pressing issues in politics at the moment. The students acquitted themselves well, asking thoughtful questions on a range of topics including the state of the UK economy and the incumbent government’s role in … Continue reading Lilian Greenwood Visits Emmanuel

Careers and Employability Fair 2016

On the 3rd March 2016 we hosted our annual Careers and Employability Fair for our students. With 30 businesses and 200 guests the fair was deemed a great success and came at a crucial time for our students thinking about the next steps beyond their education at the school. Representatives of colleges and universities, three … Continue reading Careers and Employability Fair 2016

Berlin Trip 2016

The Year 11 and 12 visit to Berlin during February half term was enjoyable and highly educational. My fellow students and I explored the city and were involved in a number of activities and visits to various historic sites in the city, such as the Reichstag building and the remains of the Berlin Wall. The … Continue reading Berlin Trip 2016

KPMG Visit

On Tuesday 12 January 2016, twenty one Year 12 students participated in a one day workplace visit to KPMG in Nottingham. This was a unique opportunity to visit a prestigious global financial services and accountancy business to gain a valuable insight into the world of work. Students joined in a variety of workshops supported by … Continue reading KPMG Visit

Freeths – Careers and Employability

For the four weeks leading up to Christmas 2015, Year 13 Business Studies students have been lucky to have the opportunity to hear from Matt Turner and Amy Weir, trainee solicitors from Freeths – a successful national Law firm, with offices in Nottingham, Birmingham and London as well as other major cities across the UK. … Continue reading Freeths – Careers and Employability

From Classroom Theory to Fieldwork

As part of their Geographical Investigations unit, the Year 12 Geographers visited the coastal region of Dorset on a residential field trip in September. This trip forms a vital part of their studies and allows them to take the theory they learn in the classroom and apply it to real life examples and problems. As … Continue reading From Classroom Theory to Fieldwork

Work Matters 2015

On 23 September, we were delighted to host the 2nd annual Work Matters Conference at Medicity in Nottingham. This event led by Emmanuel in partnership with Bishop Tony Porter brought together over 500 Sixth Form students from across 5 secondary schools (Emmanuel, Bluecoat, Trinity, National and Magnus) along with over 50 leaders from a wide … Continue reading Work Matters 2015

Highest number of A*s!

There was great excitement at Nottingham Emmanuel School when A level results showed the highest number of A* grades in the school’s history! Our largest year 13 cohort ever achieved an excellent 98% pass rate, with average points score per student rising significantly to 672. Andy Wolfe, Vice Principal at The Nottingham Emmanuel School said … Continue reading Highest number of A*s!

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Gresham Park Road
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