Immanuel School 2014 GCSE Results

The 2014 GCSE examination results have been published and we would like to congratulate all of our students on their results.  90% of our students achieved either on or above their predicted targets in all subjects.  90% achieved five or more A*-C grades across all subjects.  90% were awarded five or more GCSE grades at grade A*-C, including English Language, Maths and Science.

We feel that these results reflect the time and effort many of the students have put into their studies and revision over the months leading up to the examinations.

Outgoing year 11 students - please keep us in touch with your progress as you move on to the next stage of your education!

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Love After Marriage

We are currently running the Love After Marriage workshop (www.loveaftermarriage.org) with 11 couples and have a desire to make it available to others in the near future. Love After Marriage (LAM) is a marriage course like no other, which we ourselves have had the privilege of doing. LAM was birthed as a result of a dream The Lord put on the hearts of Barry & Lori Byrnes who are part of Bethel Church, Redding California. The course is not so much pastoral in nature, but rather apostolic meaning that it is about creating a culture where marriages thrive. We believe God is wanting for there to be a revival of relationships meaning relationships, including marriages, which reflect Heaven's heart and model for them.

The strap line for LAM is 'Nothing Hidden' and this reflects the heart and vision of the course to be a place where couples are vulnerable with each other and vulnerable with others. Along with such vulnerability comes expectations of trust and confidentiality within the context of LAM. The choice to be vulnerable is down to individuals, but there is an expectation that those applying for and participating in LAM have a core desire to live vulnerably. It is not necessarily about bringing up every issue in your marriage, but more importantly about being led by Holy Spirit as to what to address. Our own experience is that the more vulnerable we have been the greater breakthrough and freedom we have got in our marriage!

LAM1 is an 18 session course, which is quite a commitment, but it is meant to be. Many of us make the time to commit to other things and yet our marriages are the most important relationships we have with another person, but so often we don't take the time to commit to working on and developing this vital relationship or we only make the commitment and take the time when we've hit a crisis!

Our desire is that this course will help us to have marriages that are healthy and flourishing in an ongoing way. We believe that it will cause husbands and wives to grow closer as well as relationships within Immanuel Community to go deeper too as couples journey with and support one another.

Our own experience has been that LAM is not just for young couples or newly-weds and in fact most of the couples that were on our course had been married for 30+ years!

"...been together 9 years & after 1 of these sessions know my beautiful wife better than I ever have..." (quote from a husband)

If you would be interested in participating in a LAM workshop in the future please contact us and we will keep you informed of future dates.

 

Blessings

Peter  &  Sarah

Peter & Sarah Taylor

Edith's Wartime Scrapbook

Wednesday 18th and Thursday 19th December saw the performances of this year's christmas production.  A musical based on events during WW2, Edith's Wartime Scrapbook was performed by Years 5, 6, 7 & 8. 

Edith, played by Mrs Clarke, is an old lady who discovers a scrapbook of photos in her attic when moving house.  Over the course of the play, the students enact various scenes that take place in the photographs in the scrapbook.  The story includes songs such as 'Women at war', 'We are the homeguard' and 'Will you be there'.  One of the highlights was the group of boys who played the ARP, singing along with the rest of the choir in the crowd-pleaser 'Put that light out'.  At the end of the play, Stanley, who is Edith's brother returns home from the frontline to great celebration.

The two performances were really fun to watch and we'd like to say thank you to all of the parents who helped to get the students' costumes ready. 

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Immanuel School 2015 GCSE Results

Wednesday 9th September 2015

A brilliant set of results for our students this year, with 100% achieving at least 5 A*-C grades, including English, Maths and Science.

Beaney's Updates (January)

Thursday 22nd January 2015

We have been learning a lot about perseverance this year!!  In all that is going on around us, to keep focused on Jesus and allow Him to be our strength and our peace.  It has been a journey that has been very humbling and leaning more into God and trusting Him.

Beaney's Updates (November)

Monday 10th November 2014

It was a sad day.... Mark was welding on the roof of a YWAM bus and a spark caught alight the interior and the bus went up in flames in seconds!

Taking Every Thought Captive

Monday 13th October 2014

Recently I've been having waves of fear and anxiety attacks that have been lasting for days on end.

I find myself thinking "I don't want to feel like this but I can't seem to shake these thoughts and feelings."
I mean seriously who wants to live a life full of crippling fear and anxiety? Not me!

You can listen to Matthew's testimony here too...

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