at Gresham Park Rd, Nottingham, NG2 7 United Kingdom
The Nottingham Emmanuel School is a coeducational Church of England secondary school and sixth form with academy status, located near the banks of the river Trent in West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England. It is next to the former Great Central Main Line in the borough of Rushcliffe.HistoryThe School began in September 2002 and has been using the old Wilford Meadows building until the arrival of its completed 'new build' in late 2008. The first 6th-form students began their A-Levels in September 2007.In 2000 a project group was established to plan a programme of consultation, including a range of feasibility studies. There was very strong support from parents for the development of another Church school and this proposal was also supported nationally through the recommendations made in the Dearing Report for new Church Aided Schools to be established. In 2001 a temporary Governing body was convened to set up the School.The Nottingham Emmanuel School was so named because it reflects faith in God. The Governors realised that a specifically Christian spiritual ethos in which other faith traditions were hosted within an Anglican framework was crucial to the overall purpose. This is reflected in the School's Admission Policy.
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