Christ the King College is a member of the Catholic Teaching Alliance (CTA). The CTA is a cross phase Teaching School of Catholic primary schools, secondary schools, academies and sixth form colleges. As a Teaching School we recruit and train our own teachers as well as providing teaching practice for university trained PGCE students.
Our partner schools are based throughout South-East London and into Kent. This diversity in type of school and location gives a richness to the shared work of the alliance.
CTA trainee teachers can expect high quality teaching and training programmes, with exceptional academic support delivered by some of the best training universities.
As part of its vision to shape and articulate model approaches to teaching and learning at each key stage from 5 -18, the CTA considers its alumni to be potentially well suited to become CTA teachers of the future.
If you are a graduate alumnus of Christ the King College or a graduate alumnus of a Catholic primary or secondary school in South East London and you are interested in getting into teaching the CTA can:
• Provide information on getting into teaching through the CTA
• Consider you for a work shadowing placement
• Consider you for a Schools Direct Training place
If you would like further information on the work of the CTA or would like to find out more about becoming a teacher please click here.
Christ the King is a highly successful and heavily oversubscribed Catholic sixth form college located on three sites in south east London. We specialise in meeting the needs of 16-19 year old students, and have an established track record of excellent examinations success. We have Category A financial status and have been recognised by Ofsted as delivering outstanding quality of provision.
To find a full list of current vacancies at the college, please click here.