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CTK Aquinas student nominated for Lewisham Mayor Award

Amy Ohiomoba nominated for supporting GCSE Maths students during lockdown Amy, an 18 year old A Level Biology, Psychology and Maths student at CTK Aquinas, a selective A Level Sixth Form in Brockley, came up with the idea on her own to set up free Maths tuition for Secondary School students who had fallen behind…

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Important announcement for Christ the King Sixth Forms

Reopening of Sixth Forms Announcement 1st March 2021 You will be aware the Prime Minister announced that it will be safe to re-open schools and colleges from Monday 8th March 2021.  The Government achieved its target of vaccinating everyone in the four most vulnerable groups with their first dose, and these groups will have developed immunity…

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Christmas Gift Appeal

Christ the King Sixth Forms and East Kent Colleges Group are overjoyed with the results of our 2020 joint Christmas Gift Appeal.  Together we raised £4337 via our GoFundMe page and £1058 in our Artwork auction, making an incredible grand total of £5,395! Along with an equal share of the monies raised, our three charities…

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CTK Staff Conference 2020

Page Break  28 August 2020  Christ the King Annual Staff conference – Staff Wellbeing    Helping our community live happier, healthier lives together    Christ the King Sixth Forms annual staff conference took place on 28th August with a focus on staff wellbeing.  There has been a noticeable reminder in recent years of the importance of improving staff Wellbeing and this has been made even more…

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Results day 2020 at Christ the King Sixth Forms

Students and staff were delighted with their results and university destinations, including Cambridge University.  Students and staff at Christ the King Sixth Forms celebrated another year of examination results at all three sites.  Students overcame adversity, taking part in distance learning during Covid19 and Christ the King students, will be progressing to universities across the country or into apprenticeship or employment opportunities.  Executive Principal Shireen Razey said…

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