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!
Last weekend saw the return of House Cross Country, newly revamped with three different courses for all abilities. The first was the all-comers route, designed for all age groups and mass participation where runners completed two laps of the school grounds. This was the school…Read on
When the national anthems ring out in the stadium in Qatar this evening, spirits will be lifted and voices will be raised. Hearing those first stirring notes of a national anthem previously, you may not have been aware of a connection with Christ College. On…Read on
Four lower Sixth pupils will be heading off to Japan in January as part of our Japan Exchange programme. There were 19 expressions of interest but following letters of application and interviews, the selected pupils were Joseph Annabelle S , Charlotte W and Finn. The exchange…Read on
The annual Lord Atkin Lecture took place on Friday evening and it was a pleasure to welcome this year’s guest speaker, the Right Honourable Lady Justice Nicola Davies DBE to this year’s event. Guests were treated to a fantastic insight into her career and there…Read on
On 10th of November Christ College sixth form students travelled to London for a two day study trip to see a selection of world class Art exhibitions and collections in London. It was a packed itinerary and students made the most of their time, sketching…Read on