CTK Community Case Study: Priscilla Williams-Kofoworade
As a student, my time at Christ the King was very fruitful. I was taught by exceptional teachers who were able to bring their subjects to life and make them relevant in a fast-moving world. The regular feedback on my progress enabled me to become reflective and proactive about my personal goals and attainment. My parents loved the fact that they were kept up to date with my attendance and progress so they could be actively involved in my educational journey.
After Christ the King, I completed a BA (Hons) degree in Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Kent. I really enjoyed my time there and I was extremely proud of my achievement as I experienced life-changing events that could have made me veer off course. However, my ability to remain resilient, which I learnt as a student at Christ the King, helped me to persevere.
I was taught by exceptional teachers who were able to bring their subjects to life and make them relevant in a fast-moving world.
I truly believe that the relationship between staff and students at Christ the King is special.
The staff are relentless in providing a learning environment that will enable all students, regardless of academic or creed background, to fulfil their potential, which is mutually rewarding. Teachers go above and beyond for students, and students recognise this and respond positively to the support they receive.
I always wanted to be a positive member of the Christ the King alumni as I really believe in what the College stands for. I always knew that teaching was the right career choice for me and Christ the King was the best place for me to pursue my passion: I am who I am today as a result of the warmth, care and academic support I received from my teachers."