Personal, Social, Health and Economy at Immanuel College gives our students the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy and safe and to prepare them for life and work in modern Britain. It helps them to achieve their academic potential and leave school equipped with skills needed throughout later life.

Throughout the academic year our students will be invited to take part in activities, assemblies, lessons and workshops that are all aimed to reinforce themes of equality, diversity, inclusivity and mutual respect.

Some of these activities may include;

  • Black History Month
  • Diwali
  • World Human Rights Day
  • Holocaust Memorial Day
  • LGBT+ History Month
  • International Women’s Day
  • Eid-al-Fitr
  • IDAHOT Day

Click on the following to find out more about the learning journey of each of our year groups.


We are investing in PSALM (Personal, Social And Life Matters) Days. The aim of these drop-down days is to provide dedicated time for key elements and to ensure quality and specialist provision is provided for all students through external organisations. The days do not replace PSHE provision, but augment and reinforce these themes.

You can find more information on the organisations working with our students by clicking on the information below:

Read our PSHE Scheme of Work here.

Find out about Relationship, Sex and Health Education at Immanuel College here.

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Immanuel College celebrates fantastic set of A level results

Students at Immanuel College are looking forward to taking their next steps after receiving an impressive set of A Level results today.

Despite the challenges caused by the pandemic, the College, which is part of Bradford Diocesan Academies Trust, is pleased to share a year of brilliant results achieved by its students. Overall, the College achieved 92% of A Level grades at A*-C, and 100% of BTEC grades at Distinction* – Merit.

Many of the College’s students are now looking forward to progressing onto their chosen universities, exciting apprenticeships and employment at leading organisations.

While all students have done incredibly well, there are some standout individual achievements.

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