Chaplaincy Day at Aylesford

In an event hosted by the Education Commission, our Chaplains from all Christ the King sites, took a trip to Aylesford for a Chaplaincy day.

Along with chaplains from all over our diocese, our chaplaincy team attended talks and activities, all guided by lead speaker Fr David O’Malley, a Silesian of Don Bosco, who guided and informed our team with his years of chaplaincy and classroom experience.

With over 20 years’ experience in chaplaincy and youth support, our chaplaincy team received invaluable first hand advice and information to bring back to Sixth Form and utilise in strengthening our community.

Valentines at CTK

This February our Chaplaincy really embraced the Valentines spirit with another charity event in aid of CAFOD. Our thoughtful Student executive council members helped to spread the love, selling Valentines lollipops and roses to everyone all over the school. There were even handmade cards, made by our lovely Student executive council secretary student Deborah Okegbile, which were sent out to many lucky students. Lots of mystery surrounded the day as an anonymous delivery service was set up for all those secret admirers, and everyone had lots of fun whilst raising £116.13 for CAFOD, helping to support those in need and to create supportive communities like we have here at CTK.

Trinity School Progression Event

Earlier this month we were delighted here at CTK Emmanuel to host a successful Progression Conference for the keen Year 11 students at Trinity School. The students were welcomed by talks by both the Vice Principal and the Head of Careers about Subject focus and Post 16 options, demonstrating the importance in choosing the right place to go for their higher education. Moreover, in the afternoon had the chance to get involved with many different subjects, some they are familiar with and some new, which they could study at Sixth Form.

The 80 students delved into subjects specific to our Emmanuel site, such as; Engineering, Business and Art and Design, and received invaluable talks by our subject teachers all about what it is like to take these subjects at Sixth Form level.

Currently 64 former Trinity students attend Christ the King Sixth Forms, and we hope to see this continue following the success of our Secondary School visits and events.

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