Life at Christ the King College is not just about academic achievement. It is also a time to discover or develop your interests, aptitudes and talents, make new friends and have fun. Whether your interests are in Drama, Media, Business, Dance, Music or Photography, for example, you will have many chances to get involved.
At Christ the King you will find that the more you give of your talents and skills, the more you will gain; the more you become involved in College life, the more you will enjoy your time with us. You can be elected onto the Student Council or the College’s Governing Body. The Student Council runs a number of events including social and charity fundraising events, the Leavers’ Prom, and the Talent Showcase. Our students have performed at national events and taken part in a wide range of competitions and galas.
CTK College (Lewisham)
- Law Mock Trial Challenge
You will prepare for, and take part in, a mock trial at the college. This will be an excellent opportunity to experience the tension and drama of the courtroom, and to pit your wits against other students in the context of a realistic legal scenario.
- Italian for Beginners
A beginners course in Italian, open to all students who wish to learn to speak Italian.
- Computer Aided Design Challenge
Learn to create a 3D product using Solid Works. Prizes/awards will be presented to students who successfully design a complete product using CAD.
CTK College: St Mary’s (Sidcup)
- The role of women in Spain before democracy was established
Discussing Federico Garcia Lorca’s novels.
- Current Affairs debate linked to war
Current Affairs debate linked to war and what is happening in the news at this time. Drama presentation in role – Question Time Debate.
- Trip to Bethlem Royal Hospital
The Bethlem Royal Hospital is a psychiatric hospital located in London, United Kingdom and part of the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. Although no longer based at its original location, it is recognised as the world’s first and oldest institution to specialise in mental illnesses. It has been variously known as St. Mary Bethlehem, Bethlem Hospital, Bethlehem Hospital and Bedlam. The Hospital is closely associated with King’s College London and in partnership with the King’s College London Institute of Psychiatry is a major centre for psychiatric research. It is part of both the King’s Health Partners academic health science centre and the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre for Mental Health.