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Immanuel College

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Elstree Rd, Herts, Bushey WD23 4EB
Nearest Airports:
Heathrow Airport (LHR)
London Luton Airport (LTN)

School Category

School Type

Day

Gender Profile

Coeducational

School Size

692

Age Range

4

~

18

Religious Affiliation

Jewish

Student Numbers

Primary

Boys
Girls

Secondary

Boys
Girls

Sixth Form

Boys
Girls

Qualifications

GCSE | A-Level
EPQ |

School Facilities


Extracurricular Activities


Special Education Needs (SEN)

Admissions Information

Fees, Scholarships and Bursaries

£6500 per term for Day
£ per term for Weekly Boarding
£ per term for Full Boarding

Scholarships will be offered to children who exemplify Academic Excellence and/or Inspiring Jewish Studies and will be re-awarded throughout the recipient’s school career, subject to satisfactory effort and behaviour.

All candidates for admission sit the College’s entrance examinations in English, Mathematics and Reasoning in January.

Candidates who perform exceptionally strongly in the English and Mathematics or Reasoning examination, or in the optional extra Jewish Studies examination paper may be awarded a scholarship.



Anyone is able to apply for a means-tested Bursary. Please note that scholarships are awarded entirely on academic merit whereas bursaries are means-tested awards.



What do they say...

I am very pleased to commend to you Immanuel College, Bushey and guarantee you a warm welcome should you choose to visit us to see what it is that we have to offer.

Immanuel is a highly successful, modern orthodox, co-educational, independent Jewish day school, located in south-west Hertfordshire in an area which can genuinely be described as a leafy suburb, but within easy reach of north London. It currently has 700 pupils, including approximately 120 in the Preparatory School (which opened in 2011) and it has a thriving and growing Sixth Form. It is characterised by exceptional academic standards, outstanding pastoral care and a renowned programme of Jewish study which complements the demanding academic curriculum and the wide range of extra-curricular activities.

The atmosphere at the College is one of happy, fulfilled young people, fully engaged in the life of the school community, aspirational and committed to their studies. We aim to help our students learn to succeed and find happiness far into the future, and to achieve this we have a skilled and caring staff who help individuals to be the best they can be. Relations between the pupils and the staff are open, warm and mutually supportive, characteristics which are also found in the wider Immanuel community of parents and alumni.

Gary Griffin
Head Master

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