Rugby - Christ the King versus Ryde Academy
On Friday 14th March, Year 7 and 8 rugby teams welcomed a strong Ryde Academy side to the top pitch. Christ the King College were a depleted side with a few key names missing, however they came out the blocks f…
At the close of our Spring Term, I believe the most appropriate way to start my Principal’s message is to thankeach and everyone of our students, staff and parents for their unstinting support.After the unexpected excitement of last week, I am sure that many of our students and staff are now ready for a well-earned and much deserved break. However, given the commitment of staff and students, I am already aware of many Easter support arrangements that have been organised to help, guide and target subjects, assessments and examinations in preparation for GCSE, AS and A Level courses. I cannot begin to say how proud and thankful I am for this dedication to ensuring that our students achieve to their full potential. I am also delighted to be able to mention our College Easter Newsletter which, as always, is full of the wonderful success stories that our students, your children, have been involved in over the course of the Spring Term. There is always so much going on at Christ the King College that sometimes the stories are lost; we would encourage parents and students to make sure they take the available opportunities of informing us so that we can jointly share in our students accomplishments. I hope that you enjoy reading the Newsletter. With students from our College arriving in the USA during the early hours of Saturday morning, with workshops taking place for Global Rock and with on-going revision sessions over the Easter, may I wish you all a safe Easter break wherever you are in the world and whatever activities you may find yourself enjoying. May I also, as we approach Holy Week and all that it represents, wish you and your families a most joyous Easter.
Please find below details of revised bus timetable for services 326 and 402 during the Bouldnor Road closure which will be serving both Carisbrooke and Christ the King Colleges.
Students living in Bouldnor, Cranmore and Shalfleet or along this section of the route will need to access service 326. Those living between Totland Bay and Yarmouth will need to catch service 402. This closure will be in place from Monday 17 February – 4 April 2014 inclusive.