Outstanding Achievement at Christ the King - 2017 Exam Results
Students and staff at Christ the King Sixth Form are celebrating another year of outstanding examination success at all three sites. A Level results are once again above the national benchmark at 98% and students have progressed onto some of the most prestigious universities in the country.
Aisha Ahumah gained AAB and will now study Law at Warwick. Likewise, Seneba Jama gained A*ABB and will also study Law at Warwick. Christopher Kudehinbu gained AAB and will now study Medicine at Southampton.
Shantel Sarpong gained A*AB and will study Psychology at Birmingham. Mila Penzel gained AAAA and will study Biomedical Sciences at UCL. Stephan Lourdras gained A*AAB and will take a gap year before taking up a place to study Medicine at King’s College London.
Jarius Manu-Barrett gained AAB and will study Global Health and Medicine at King’s College London. Jemima Demi-Ejegi gained AAB and will study Medicine at Brighton University. Aishat Ade-Adekenmbi gained AAC and will study Law at Liverpool University.
Students who studied BTEC programmes also achieved outstanding grades, with many now planning to study at Russell Group Universities. The overall pass rate was 100% across the three sites.
Omranullah Shahab gained D*D*D and will take up a place at UCL to study an Engineering related degree. Onome Felix-Eshalomi gained triple D* and will now study at the LSC for a degree in Accounting and Finance.
Jessica Adebisi gained D*D*D and will study Architecture and Environmental Design at Nottingham. Likewise, Ann Ajibola gained triple D* and will also attend Nottingham University where she will study Microbiology.
Cameron Bull will study Accounting and Finance at Birmingham University, having gained D*D*D. Shelby Fairman gained triple D* and will now study Sports and Social Science at Bath University. Joela Kiaka gained triple D* and will study Adult nursing at the University of Surrey.
The success of CTK students comes in the context of new linear A Levels that were introduced two years ago, whereby students take examinations at the end of their course rather than being examined in stages throughout the programme. The uncertainty of the potential impact of such a change was a concern for both teachers and students, however, the outcomes that have been achieved have done much to settle such fears.
Rob McAuliffe, newly appointed Collegiate Principal, said:
I am so proud of all of our staff and students. At each of the three sites that form Christ the King our students have achieved at or above national benchmarks. This is excellent news. The ambition and achievement of young people in this part of south east London is to be celebrated. At Christ the King our targeted approach to learning and study through our Graduate Programmes ensures that we harness our students’ ambition and support their success. Christ the King is going from strength to strength.”