Month: December 2014

Stephanie Boxall: From CTK to the USA

Monday, December 22nd, 2014

Stephanie Boxall studied AVCEs in Science and French at Christ the King, graduating in 2005, and has gone on to find success in everything she’s tried since. After finishing at Christ the King Stephanie went straight on to university, pursuing her dream of working as a nurse. She’s now working as a renal nurse in [Read more…]

Making the jump to management: what you need to know

Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

You wrote a superb job application, landing you an interview which you absolutely aced. You were even more impressive at the second stage interview, and later that day got the call you’d been hoping for. You’ve got the manager job – now what? We’re all trying to climb the career ladder, but taking on a [Read more…]

Kenny Enahoro: Working towards his dream job

Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

You may not know Kenny Enahoro’s name just yet, but if he’s got anything to do with it, you will in the near future. “I see myself being a full-time presenter on commercial radio playing the music I love. Hopefully one of the big stations like Kiss 100, Capital FM or Radio 1 sees my [Read more…]

Christ the King A Level Results Surpass National Benchmarks

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

Hard work and dedication paid off this week as A Level students collected their results from Christ the King Sixth Form College. Once again, student performance has been exceptional and for the seventeenth consecutive year student outcomes are in excess of national pass rate benchmarks. Feelings of joy, excitement and anticipation pervaded each site, as [Read more…]

Stuck in a rut at work? Try these ‘get noticed’ tips

Monday, December 1st, 2014

We all have our good days and bad days at work, whether you’re a butcher, baker or a business systems software analyst. But what if you find yourself having more bad days than good days? Anyone can fall into a bit of a rut at work, even if they enjoy their job overall. It could be [Read more…]