Immanuel has a strong sense of community which is built on positive relationships. Our Buddy Program is one of the ways our older students connect with younger students and build relationships. As you can see in the photos, students spend time together having fun and working on a range of learning activities. This program also builds leadership skills and offers students opportunities to live our core values of respect, flourish and serve.read more >
Wow! What an amazing effort by IPS staff and students during the 20 days of ‘Move It March’ campaign. We moved, we grooved, we showed off our star skills and sporting abilities and most importantly we kept active and had fun.
Students from all year levels participated in ninja runs and cultural sports and the Year 4 students were lucky to have a visit from some Adelaide United Players who demonstrated their soccer skills.
The staff kept fit and healthy by exercising with Big Elliot too. Little Elliot was busy and on the move each day, with eagle-eyed students arriving at school to find his latest sporting adventure. From horse riding, to dancing, tree climbing and skydiving, little Elliot had no shortage of ideas about ways to keep active.
Our Year 6 student leaders did an amazing job of leading and photographing the lunchtime sports and running the Childhood Cancer Association stall in the courtyard each day.
A huge thanks to the IPS community and students for getting behind this initiative and showing your support of the Childhood Cancer Association.read more >
It was great to see the energy, enthusiasm and team spirit shown at Unley Swim Centre for our Year 4 – 6 Swim Carnival. The students were free to enter events in the 4 individual strokes, or be part of the ever popular Novelty races. It was wonderful to see so many swimmers giving these events a go, which is a testament to the lessons our Immanuel students have had at iSwim over the past three weeks.
The morning got off to a very enthusiastic start, led by our very capable Sports’ Leaders. Each House then got into the spirit of the day by sharing their creative War Cries.
We were very proud of our swimmers and the way they cheered each other on showing great support for their house and teammates. The finals were exciting and we saw quality swimming take place where a number of our placegetters will now move to the Immanuel Swim Team to represent the school at the SAPSASA Airport Trials and other Independent Swim Meets over the year.
After the results were counted and scores tallied, I had great pleasure in announcing that the winners of the 2020 Senior Primary Swim Carnival, were York for the second year in a row. Congratulations to all York competitors.read more >