We are pleased to let you know Christ the King Sixth Forms has decided to commit to achieving The Quality in Careers Standard. We are delighted to confirm the support of the Governors as well as the Senior Leadership Team in achieving this aim. At the last meeting of the governing body meeting, we discussed our application for accreditation and the Committee unreservedly approved and supported the application. We would like to gain this accreditation by February 2024. This award will cover each of the three CTK sites, Aquinas, Emmanuel and St Mary’s.
Our senior leader with overall responsibility for CEIAG in school/college is Holly Power and our nominated leader who is the contact for this award is Tumay Gunduz. Progress will be reviewed at leadership meetings and periodic reports made to the governing body.
Christ the King Sixth Forms strongly value the contribution of a high quality careers and progression programme and the impact that can have on student’s motivation and drive.
Introducing the eight new faces of the College Halls
We are delighted to have appointed our Student Heads of Hall. They play such an important role in supporting their fellow colleagues from their given Hall. When students join CTK they become members of a Hall, which helps them settle quickly into CTK life.
In the order that they appear (right), please meet:
Student Head of Hall- Shanaya Reynolds
Deputy student Head of Hall – Isis Osei-Kusi
Student Head of Hall – Adeola Ojora
Deputy Student Head of Hall – Damar Brown
Student Head of Hall – Debby Phillip-Akintunde
Deputy Student Head of Hall – Rodney Agyemang
Student Head of Hall – Aliyah Akinola
Deputy Student Head of Hall – Izundu Ariri
The Student Head of Halls are leadership roles where students help support and promote different activities and events both internally and externally. This includes presentations to students, representing their colleagues at Local Board meetings and leading Social Action projects.
START OF THE NEW TERM
Start of Term January 2021
On 31st December we emailed all students and parents/carers, please check you emails regarding returning to Christ The King in January.
Please note all BTEC exams will take place as planned.
As you will have probably heard, the Government has recently announced that it is asking Schools/colleges to stagger the return of many students following the Christmas break. Monday 4th January is a staff INSET day with no lessons taking place. Online teaching will take place for most students from Tuesday 5th January. In practice this will mean that many students at CTK will take part in their lessons from home using Microsoft Teams and they should not attend Sixth Form. However, our Sixth Forms will remain open to students who:
Do not have access to a computer or the internet at home
Are the child of a key worker.
Government guidance may change so it is important to check your emails and our website for any updates but we expect to restart face to face teaching on site as follows:
Year 13 (Upper Sixth A Level and Upper Sixth BTEC) Monday 11th January,
Year 12 students including Level 1 & Level 2 Monday 18th January
If you are due to have any BTEC examinations in January these will carry on as planned. Please come into College for the times that have been communicated.
Students and parents/carers are asked to check their email accounts for more detailed information.