ÉSF

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ÉSFÉducateurs Sans Frontières (French: Educators Without Borders)
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Executive Principal Matt Waterfield said: "The new name - Grace College - will serve as a symbol of the fresh start the academy has been given and its place within the Emmanuel Schools Foundation as an equal partner of our closest sister school Emmanuel College in Gateshead.
Executive Principal Matt Waterfield said: "The new name -- Grace College -- will serve as a symbol of the fresh start the academy has been given and its place within the Emmanuel Schools Foundation as an equal partner of our closest sister school Emmanuel College in Gateshead.
Hundreds of students from across the North of England travelled to Bede Academy, in Blyth, to take part in the Emmanuel Schools Foundation sporting festival.
The Emmanuel Schools Foundation (ESF), which runs top-rated Emmanuel College, in Lobley Hill, has officially taken over Joseph Swan Academy, which was rated 'inadequate' by Ofsted in July.
The Emmanuel Schools Foundation (ESF), which runs top-rated Emmanuel College, in Lobley Hill, have officially taken over Joseph Swan Academy, which was rated 'inadequate' by Ofsted in July.
In his own speech, he paid tribute to Sir Peter Vardy, founder of the Emmanuel Schools Foundation, his brother David, supporters Michael Bates and Albert Dicken and Emmanuel's first principal John Burn, for their "great vision" in developing schools that have transformed the life chances of young people from disadvantaged areas.
YOUNG athletes took to the dunes, courts and pitches to test their mettle in a variety of sports as schools came together for an annual 'Olympics.' Hundreds of students from across the North of England travelled to Blyth's Bede Academy to take part in the Emmanuel Schools Foundation sporting festival.
The Emmanuel Schools Foundation 'Lions' are selected each year from the best players from each of ESF's four sister schools in Gateshead, Blyth, Middlesbrough and Thorne, near Doncaster.
The college is part of the Emmanuel Schools Foundation, a Christian-focused academies group, which oversees two other North East schools - Bede Academy, in Blyth, and King's Academy, in Middlesbrough.
For several years Sixth Form students from Bede Academy and other Emmanuel Schools Foundation schools have spent two weeks at Nokuphila School, in the township of Tembisa, near Johannesburg.