The Nottingham Emmanuel School
Nottingham, United Kingdom
About The Nottingham Emmanuel School
The Nottingham Emmanuel School, based in West Brigford, Nottingham is a secondary mainstream school for girls and boys aged between 11 and 18. Its domination is the Church of England. The school opened in 2002 to provide an education based on the values of the Christian faith. The school’s motto is “Together to learn, grow, to serve”.
Values and Vision
The school believes all children, no matter what their background, should be treated equally. It follows the main goals, values and rules of Christianity. Teachers push for children to have confidence, respect and forgiveness. The school values the community and encourages parents to be involved in the children’s academic life. Pupils should grow at the school morally, culturally, socially and academically. Extra-curricular activities are available for the children to take part in, including sports clubs like basketball. The pupils can participate in the clubs during lunch hours or after school.
“The strong culture of care and support within the school is palpable and much hard work, effort and skill is employed to ensure that pupils are well supported and safe. Pupils want to come to school and the attendance of all groups of pupils is good. Work with other agencies outside of the school is timely and effective. Policies are up to date and reflect the most current government guidance. Bullying is rare but dealt with immediately if it occurs. Staff are well trained and aware of their responsibilities. Pupils clearly value the support they receive from their teachers.”