Welcome to the pupils' section of the Emmbrook School Website. Here you will find everything you need to know about being a student at the Emmbrook; including Inter-House Competitions, extra-curricular activities and current courses available to you.
If you think there’s something missing here, why not tell us? We want to make this section as informative as possible.
Office 365 and Email
As a student in our school you have full access to Office 365 and you have an email address. The first step is to search for office 365. Once you have done this click to login. To login you use your normal login ( as you would for a school computer) and add @emmbrook.org to the end. For example if your login is JU18SmithJo then your office 365 login and your email address is JUSmithJo@emmbrook.org. Your password is also the same password that you use for the school computers.
Year 11 Information
Maths Revision has started! Tuesday after school we run revision for all students, everyone is welcome. Speak to your maths teacher for more information - can't get home? No problem! We run a bus, just ask for a form.
Tassomai sign up is also available. If you do not know the school code please email your science teachers and they will be able to help.
The Student Council
The Emmbrook School Student Council is made up of representatives from different years and colleges who either apply, or are invited to join the council.
The council meets every other Wednesday from 10:30am - 11:00am in the Sixth Form Library.
Throughout the school year the council has tackled a number of issues including:
- The distributions and collation of The Student Homework Questionnaire
- The separation of DARE behaviour and homework points.
- The management and spending of a £500 donation from the PTA.
We will appoint a number of Prefects, from year 10 every year in the summer term. You could be representing the school in sport or in musical events, in mathematical or scientific areas, or as an ambassador across many areas. Mr Bhambra is the teacher in-charge of prefects.
Prefects will be competitive, driven and good organisers. You must be reliable as others will be depending on you to deliver!
Once appointed, you will work as a team to support school events and support younger pupils. Expectations are high; the way you wear your uniform and the way you behave must be first class. Prefects set very high standards for themselves and expect others to follow.
Information on how to apply will be made available as soon as the process is open for 2018/2019.