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Emanuel School

Battersea Rise
London
London Area
SW11 1HS

T: +44 (0)20 8870 4171

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ISC ID: 45887


Head

Mr Robert Milne (Headmaster)

Boys - age range:

Day: 10 to 18

Girls - age range:

Day: 10 to 18

Size

924 pupils

Emanuel School case studies (19)

Primary Ambitions at Emanuel school

Partners

  • Emanuel School
  • Alderbrook Primary
  • Christ Church Primary
  • Falconbrook Primary
  • Fulham Primary
  • Glenbrook Primary
  • Academic
  • Art and design
  • Performing arts and music
  • Sport/DofE/cadets
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7-aside primary school football tournament

Partners

  • Emanuel School
  • Alderbrook Primary
  • Christ Church Primary
  • Falconbrook Primary
  • John Burns Primary
  • Sellincourt Primary
  • Sacred Heart RC Primary
  • St Mary's RC Primary
  • Shaftesbury Park Primary
  • Fulham Football Club Foundation
  • Sport/DofE/cadets
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Hever Castle day trip

Partners

  • Emanuel School
  • Westbridge Primary School, Westbridge Road, London
  • Academic
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Film in a week

Partners

  • Emanuel School
  • Westminster City School, London
  • Performing arts and music
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Impact of partnership work done in 2018 (ISC annual Census 2019)

  • 10 state schools involved
  • 100 to 200 state school pupils involved
  • 100 staff hours given

Impact Statement

The school organises and hosts regular super-curricular talks on subjects that complement the curriculum. Pupils from two or three local state secondary schools are invited and on average five or six regularly attend. The costs of the speaker are covered by the school as well as providing the appropriate facilities, support and refreshments free of charge. The school also works with approximately 25 pupils from these schools in a Model United Nations conference as well as a smaller number in a Public Speaking competition. The collaboration between these two state schools and Emanuel extends to joint musical events where the pupils are able to work together creating music to a high standard. The school contributes to the cost of venue hire and provides staff to assist in the direction and leadership of concerts. The school has also run successful art workshops with pupils from these schools where new techniques have been introduced such as acid etching. Emanuel has provided the materials and venue as well as the specialist expertise needed to create art works using this technique. The art was subsequently displayed in a joint exhibition hosted in a local art gallery with support from the school. Both of these state schools have provided pupils to take part in a ‘Film in a week’ workshop where pupils scripted, acted and shot a short film. They collaborated on the editing and the final product was entered into a national competition.
The school provides sixth form students who volunteer at five local primary schools to provide extra support to the classroom teachers. Teachers at the primary schools have commented that their pupils enjoy working with the older pupils from Emanuel and that their presence enables an opportunity for more progress to be made by the younger pupils. The school has developed a close relationship with another local primary school where a team of five pupils take charge of the teaching of the year six class once a week. Our pupils have successfully implemented an art project on Victorian England and also led a project where the pupils have come up with ideas for a film on a theme complementary to other areas of their curriculum. The young pupils have, with guidance from our pupils, scripted and filmed this project.
We continue to run a specific enrichment programme with another primary school involving our year 6 pupils working alongside year 6 pupils from the partner school. The emphasis of the programme is for all of the pupils to learn some new skills in a relaxed setting. Pupils are given access to specialist staff and visiting professionals to explore areas such as rocketry, robots, coding, music, drama, design and technology and Latin. Teachers from Christ Church CE School report that the workshops are well designed and provide a breadth to their pupils’ learning. It is reported that the pupils thoroughly enjoy the workshops. For this programme the school provides the facilities, meals as well staffing and materials costs to cover the programme as well as the cost of external speakers. A member of Emanuel staff volunteers as a Governor for this school.
Pupils from the school work closely with a number of local charities fund-raising through one-off events or through a regular programme of contributions. Pupils work closely with charities that provide support to those less fortunate than themselves at Christmas as well as working with the local church and assisting in organising their fund-raising dinner.

As well as awarding academic and co-curricular scholarships, Emanuel School is committed to widening access by offering fee assistance.

We wish no potential pupil to be discouraged by financial circumstances when making an application to the school.

Once registered, you will be contacted in September, the year before entry to download the relevant application forms from the website.

 

  • Academic scholarships
  • Art scholarships
  • Drama scholarships
  • Music scholarships
  • Sport scholarships
  • Sixth Form scholarships
  • Clergy discounts
  • Bursaries for new entrants
  • Hardship awards for existing pupils
  • Lump sum payment discounts