In Creative Writing Club the students’ writing has grown stronger. Following on with their novels started during the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) they have begun to learn about editing and continue to develop their writing skills further by r…
Zac Lacey finished his disability swimming season on a high when he collected three medals at the May Phillips Down Syndrome British Swimming Championships at Reading’s Central Pool on Saturday 12th July.
Zac is a member of West Wight Swimming Club an…
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Arrangements for collecting exam results.
All AS/A2 results will be available to students from 09.30 on Thursday August 14th.The results will be in envelopes and can be collected from the Sixth Form Centre.
Any results not collected by 1pm will be posted out to the address held on our records.
Please note that the results belong to the student and we are not allowed to hand them to anyone else, even parents, unless there is a letter from the student giving their consent to this.
GCSE results are available under the same arrangements and conditions on Thursday August 21st.
NB Any queries or requests for remarks,checks return of papers etc must be made in writing to Mr D Goodhead as soon as possible and no later than Monday September 8th.There will be a charge for this made by the Exam Board unless the College itself decides to make the request.
Tasks are available for our new Year 12 to be able to complete over the summer holidays. These optional tasks are there to support students in their studies however, they are considered to be beneficial for students to work on these during the next six weeks.
As we come to the final few days of term, it is interesting to note how many activities continue and have continued at Christ the King College. During the past week, we have seen students participating in our College Sports Day (on what appears to have been the hottest day of the year so far!), the first two nights of our College summer production of The Tempest, students in Year 12 on a Biology field trip, students in Year 10 on an Art visit to London, as well as the normal activities of running our successful College. Next week sees our whole College Celebration Worship taking place on Tuesday morning, where, as a College, we come together and celebrate the individual and combined achievements of our students. On Wednesday morning, we will share together in Holy Mass and Holy Communion, preparing ourselves for the Summer holidays and giving thanks for all of the blessings we have received this year. In both events, we will be remembering Joe and, not only celebrating all he brought to our College, but also remembering him, his parents, his brother, Jack, and the rest of his family. With the exception of these two events, lessons continue until the penultimate period on Wednesday, as, during the final period students will be with their Form Tutors. We are presently finalising the Summer Newsletter, which is handed out to all students and available to all parents, via the College website, highlighting the activities we have been involved in during the last term. With only three more days left, it is indeed a busy time at Christ the King College.