CTK Examination Results 2023.

 

We are very proud of the achievements of our students this year, especially given the disruptions they have faced in their learning over the last few years. They have shown a great commitment to their studies and it has resulted in some fantastic results – well done to them all!

 

A Level

11% of our students achieved all A*-B grades in their A Levels and the average grade achieved was a C. Well done to the 25% who exceeded their target grades.

We are pleased that those who wanted to go to university have secured their places and we hope that they enjoy the next stages of their education. Some have chosen to take a gap year or to secure employment and we wish them the very best with whatever they have chosen to do next.

 

GCSE

70% of our students achieved grades 4 or above in Maths and English

62% of our students achieved at least 5 grades 4 or above including English and Maths.

We look forward to many of them returning to our 6th Form in September.

Enrolment takes place at 8.45am on Wednesday 6th September 2023.

Our annual Celebration of Success was held on the 19th July, celebrating those students who have excelled in subjects all around the school and Sixth Form.

It was also an opportunity to commend those students who have stood out in each year group with the House Award and Headteacher’s Tie Award, alongside commending our Sixth Form students with the CARE Awards and the Outstanding Contribution to Christ the King.

Take a look at the gallery below!

On the 13th July, we held our annual CtK Summer Performance – a night jam packed with talent from Music and Drama. From solo’s to group performances, the talent on display was fantastic and we congratulate all of our students involved in a brilliant evening.

Take a look at our gallery below!

It was Sports Day yesterday, with our students taking part in a variety of exciting sports and activities. We want to congratulate all of our athletes who pushed themselves to new heights, and showed us what it means to be a competitor.

A huge well done to Canterbury, who won with a whopping 267 points and who will receive a non-uniform day tomorrow as a reward for all their hard work!

Take a look at our scoreboard below for the full results.

1st Canterbury
2nd Holywell
3rd Walsingham
4th Iona
5th Lindisfarne

CanterburyHolywellIonaLindisfarneWalsingham
Year 76260656070
Year 86673615471
Year 97470696065
Year 106560304753
Total267263225221259

We would like to invite you to celebrate our CTK Performance Evening featuring drama and music performances and an art exhibition showcasing our talented and creative students.

The event will take place on Thursday 13th July in the main school hall at 6.30pm.  This is a wonderful opportunity to come together at the end of another successful and happy academic year.

We are a cashless school, so tickets are only available via Arbour priced at £3 each. If there are any issues, please contact the Finance Department.

We will allocate 2 tickets per family, per performer initially; then we will release the remainder at a later date. Tickets are likely to sell fast.

🎭 Year 12 Drama Present ‘A Re-interpretation of A Doll’s House’ by Henrik Ibsen 🎭

Wednesday 5th July
6:00 – 6:30pm
In the CTK Hall
Age guidance – 14+

Tickets are FREE!

Here’s a sneak peak of Isaac Lee, a Year 8 Music Student, practicing for the IYASummerFest23: Music Showcase at the Old Library in Mansfield.

Isaac and 4 other drummers, led by our drum kit teacher Andrew Moore, are thoroughly enjoying their rehearsals. The skill involved to perform with 4 other drummers is huge, particularly the timing, communication and accuracy of rhythm.

You can get your tickets here – https://www.inspireculture.org.uk/…/iyasummerfest23…/ – it’s sure to be a fantastic night!

We have recently welcomed a new LRC Manager to CTK – Ms Robinson. She has a great vision for the LRC, and we need your help to fulfil it!

For her to re-catalogue the library, we need students to return all their library books – they can return them directly to the returns box in the library.

You can also donate any books you no longer need to our LRC. If you have any good quality junior or young adult fiction at home you’d like to donate, we’d love to take it off your hands. They can be donated directly to Ms Robinson.

We appreciate your support!

At Christ the King CVA, we are offering a trip for 11 of our students to go to Cambodia for 28 days in July 2024 to complete local community projects and conservation.

This is a fantastic opportunity for our students to develop skills, life long memories and exposure to the wider world. While this is a wonderful opportunity for our students, it is an expensive trip as it will cost the students 4000 pound each.

During this eye-opening expedition we will work closely with rural Cambodian communities to support community development, whilst learning about Cambodia’s rich culture and turbulent history at the world-famous Angkor Wat temples, S21 Prison and Killing Fields.

We will also take on the challenge of an adventurous trek through the jungle, giving us the chance to test the limits of our comfort zone in a spectacular environment.

Ways you can donate –

  • Sign up to EasyFundraising (click here) and donate every time you shop online. This means you can raise FREE donations for us no matter what you’re buying.
  • Donate revision materials for our revision shop and unwanted gifts/presents for our fundraising events.
  • Visit the Wednesday Tuckshop were we will be selling sweets and treats.
  • You can donate directly on our GoFundMe page – gofund.me/6d98ff1d

We really appreciate all of your donations and support!