Embley does Broadway!
Embley Drama scholars have decided to set themselves a hugely ambitious and exciting challenge: to raise £10,000 through a series of drama events!Read More
A Level student (2016-18)
“Being part of the British Youth Sailing Team, I had high and low moments whilst trying to juggle school with my sailing commitments. However the support from the teachers has been outstanding and I couldn’t have asked for more. The Nightingale Lectures enable you to meet new people and be comfortable within your own skin. The Sixth Form at Embley has been amazing.”
Hattie achieved A*AB in her A Levels and will study Ship Science at the University of Southampton.
“I love this school because there are so many things to do – we cover lots of interesting topics in class and there are many sports and activities to try. All of the teachers are really caring and my friends are kind, playful and funny. I have an amazing Form Teacher who always encourages me to try new things and reach my personal targets.”
Head Girl (2017-18)
“A lot of people remember those couple of teachers from their time at school, admittedly for good or bad reasons but I can say without a doubt that the teachers and students here had the most positive effect on both our lives and we will forever be thankful to the school and the people for their support throughout our time.”
International Boarding Student
“From the first day I arrived, I was made to feel at home. The teachers and students are really supportive and I find my daily personal tutor meetings really beneficial. I’ve had experiences that I would otherwise not have had back in Italy; the school has provided plenty of opportunities to take part in different study and enrichment activities which have helped me consider my future career options.”
At the Spring Nightingale Lecture this week, Embley Sixth Form students had the honor of hosting Dr Suzie Imber, planetary scientist and winner of BBC 2’s ‘Astronauts, do you have what it takes?’ Anna in Year 13 provides an account of the evening.Read More
Embley had a record number of students completing Duke of Edinburgh this year – 38 students gaining bronze awards, 14 gaining silver and two achieving gold – and Embley students have collectively completed 1014 hours of volunteering in their local communities.
This term students have explored the issue of bullying for National Anti-Bullying Week, focusing on the theme of ‘Change Starts with Us’. The Senior School Inclusion & Diversity Committee (IDC) decided to come together to plan, create and present a whole school assembly to raise awareness to all.