CTK Emmanuel selected to offer T Levels from September 2022
Christ the King Sixth Forms are pleased to announce today that from September 2022, CTK Emmanuel will be able to offer the new T Levels in Business & Admin and Engineering & Manufacturing.
T Levels are high-quality technical alternatives to A Levels, combining classroom theory, practical learning and a work placement. These new qualifications have been designed with industry experts, to make sure that students have the skills they need to thrive in the workplace and give businesses the workforce they need to succeed.
Executive Principal Shireen Razey says; “We are delighted to have been chosen to offer the new T Levels in Business and Engineering from September 2022. Our students are already able to choose from a wide-range of high-quality vocational courses and we welcome the addition of T Levels as an exciting new programme of study to give our students even more choice”
CTK Emmanuel is a professional centre for excellence, offering a wide range of vocational routes to university. The Business and Engineering departments are already well established, with excellent outcomes, university progression and highly specialised Business and Engineering teaching staff. Preparation for offering T Levels began last academic year, by introducing the 45 day work placement for Level 3 students, meaning that CTK Emmanuel has a head start on being able to offer the T Levels in 2022.
CTK Emmanuel serves a wide range of students from the local community in South London and surrounding boroughs. The addition of T Levels gives local students even more choice in the post 16 progression options locally. Students starting CTK Emmanuel in September 2022 will be able to choose to study T Levels in Engineering & Manufacturing or Business & Admin, in addition to the current wide range of A Level equivalent courses already on offer. These courses are designed with university progression in mind and currently almost 90% of CTK students go on to university, with around half of these being Russell Group institutions.
- Samuel EMMANUEL Course: BTEC Engineering
“My experience at CTK has improved my sense of self-worth and the one-to-one communication has helped me understand what I need to do to achieve my goals. I'm aiming to go to Queen Mary's University of London to study Physics and Aerospace Engineering. My advice to new students would be to enjoy the experience, make friends with people and study hard to achieve your goals.”
- Jorge EMMANUEL Grades achieved: D*DD Course: BTEC Sport Level 3
“I've had a great experience at CTK. I've met a lot of new people and gained knowledge that I will need in the future. I'm going to study Sport and Exercise Science at Brunel University. My teachers always went the extra mile to make sure I had all my work completed. I would recommend CTK because the knowledgeable and passionate teachers always help students to succeed.”
- Wendy EMMANUEL Course: BTEC Art and Design Level 2 & 3
“I have enjoyed making new friends and also meeting past students at CTK, who have come in to speak to us about what has made them successful. I aim to become an interior designer or textile designer and plan to study Textile Design at university. I would recommend CTK because the teachers always dedicate their time to helping students achieve their goals. ”
- Ajith EMMANUEL Grades achieved: D*D*D Progressed to: Biomedical Science Warwick University Course: BTEC Applied Science
“I would 100% recommend CTK to others. The College improves you not only academically but in all aspects. CTK really lived up to my expectations, I have made good friends and the teachers are so supportive. I was so happy to get my final grades, I'm now going to study Biomedical Science at Warwick University.”
- Rukaya EMMANUEL Grades achieved: D*D*D Progressed to: Criminology and Forensic Psychology at Kingston University Course: BTEC Health & Social Care
“I came to CTK because I heard the College gets great results. My teachers have pushed me to achieve my best and have given me lots of support. I’m so pleased with my grades and looking forward to going on to university.”