Month: April 2015

Alumni share their wisdom with our students in careers conference

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

Christ the King students past and present came together recently for a careers conference with a difference. Thursday 19th March saw approximately 1,500 students took part in the annual CTK Careers Conference, most of whom are studying Level 3 A Level and BTEC courses at the College. The conference provided a careers and university exhibition [Read more…]

Student turned teacher shares her story

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

All of our former students have different memories and experiences of Christ the King, but Patricia Britto is rather unique when it comes to her time at CTK. For this alumnus not only studied for her A-Levels here in 2005, she also volunteered here as a teaching assistant before returning for a second time as [Read more…]

Successful ex-student returns to the College

Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

There aren’t many people who can claim to have studied Artificial Intelligence and Robotics at university, but for former CTK student Yasmin Taylor it was the right course for her. “I get people saying ‘that’s really cool’ all the time, especially because I’m a girl. There were only nine people on the course and only [Read more…]

Myth-busting your CV

Monday, April 13th, 2015

When it comes to writing your CV there’s no shortage of information and advice out there, from what you should include, to how long it should be, even to what font to use! (We’ll give you a clue: it’s not Comic Sans).   You’ll get different – and often conflicting – advice from different sources [Read more…]

Former student needs YOUR votes in design competition

Monday, April 13th, 2015

Calling all former Christ the King students, one of your fellow alumni needs your help! Fashion designer and ex-student Christina Banjo is taking part in a design contest and is in need of your vote. The contest is the Abury Design Experience, which aims to bring together budding young designers with artisans and craftspeople from [Read more…]