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Admissions 2024

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Bradford Diocesan Academies Trust is the admissions authority for all of our academies, therefore, we will collate the admission processes for all our academies onto this page. Hopefully this system will assist prospective parents wishing to obtain a place within one of our academies.


#1 Outstanding Results

 #2 Extensive enrichment programme, progression module, EPQ, Work Experience and Physical fitness, leadership, lifestyle and well-being.

Enrichment is all about developing your personal and social skills and broadening your experiences at Post 16 alongside your academic qualifications.

You will have the opportunity to take part in a wide range of enrichment activities. These are provided to ensure that you leave our Post 16 with more than just excellent grades. Additional qualifications are designed to help you stand out from the crowd and become fully equipped for life after Post 16. The activities we offer allow you to gain skills in new areas and develop existing skills which will support HE or your chosen career path.

The Progression Module and EPQ also aid to help give our students an advantage by gaining extra UCAS points, practise and experiences to better prepare them for Higher Education, apprentices and employment.

To further develop your experiences, there is the opportunity to arrange office weekly work experience placements in a specialised area to support future courses.

We care deeper than just helping obtain the best grades, we have programmes in place to improve the physical fitness, health and well-being of our students. Covering a range of activities including practical sports and learning new skills such as CPR and other first aid. This would be beneficial for anyone wanting to understand their own health and lifestyle and learn new ways to manage it better to be fitter and healthier.

#3 Inclusive Community

#4 Broad Range of A Levels, BTEC & Applied Courses

#5 Treated as Young Professionals

Students are given a level of autonomy and independence that instils the character and perseverance needed to excel after Post Many of our students have gone on to highly sought after opportunities after their time at Immanuel. Allowing students to develop their self-reliance by being treated like young professionals means that not only do they succeed in Post 16 they are also fully prepared for the wider world by the time they leave.

#6 Fantastic Support Team

#7 Impressive Leadership Opportunities

In Post 16 many students rise to the challenge of leadership roles. Such roles include Head Boy and Head Girl, mentoring lower school students and running sports clubs. Assuming leadership roles at an early age teaches students, the skills needed to make effective leaders. The attributes gained by participating in these opportunities help prepare the students for the many different paths available after Post 16 at Immanuel College. Leadership experience is also a great thing to write about in your UCAS application!

#8 Remarkable Specialist Teachers

#9 Student Voice

Student voice allows students to have a platform in which they can raise concerns and suggestions to staff. Without the students’ views and opinions, we may never be aware of issues or problems that they are encountering. This system is crucial for the continued development and improvement of the school. Input from the students allows us to focus our efforts on improvements and changes which, in turn, allows us to make positive changes that the students want and need.

#10 Stay Local, Go Further!

Full details of our admissions policy can be found on the BDAT admissions page - 

Admission process for BDAT schools

If a hard copy is required, please contact the school office on the address below.

Any comments or queries should be addressed to the Revd Stuart Hacking at or by post to the school at the address below.

Immanuel College
Leeds Road
West Yorkshire
BD10 9AQ

In Year Admissions Process

If you would like to apply for a school place at Immanuel College outside of the primary to secondary transition process, it is called an In-Year Admission

Bradford Council's School Admissions Team manage all In-Year Applications on behalf of Immanuel College. To apply for a place you will need to complete an In-Year Common Application Form.

Click here to visit the council web page where you can download a copy of the application form, and access an explanation of the process.

Complete application forms should be submitted to:

Admissions Team,
Department of Children’s Services,
Margaret McMillan Tower,
Princes Way,

Bradford Council Admissions Team will notify you of the outcome of your application in within 20 school days. If you are unsuccessful, you have the right to appeal. This process is also managed by Bradford Council's Admissions Team, click here for further information.

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