There’s nothing like a challenge to start the New Year and that what eight Christ College Sixth Form pupils have faced before the rest of the school returned.
While the rest of school enjoyed their last few days of the festive holidays, eight Upper Sixth pupils spent two intensive days back at the Modern Languages faculty at Christ College studying for their TEFL qualification.
Luke Henderson, Natalia Fisher, Oliver Price, Holly Gedge, Luke Skibniewski-Woods, Kate Griffin, Mimi Welch and Kelly Tavener all studied for, sat and passed their Teaching English as a Foreign Language qualification which qualifies them to teach English to foreign students.
Congratulations to them all on adding yet another string to some very talented bows!
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