Our college motto is 'Ut Vitam Habeant'. It means 'that they may have life'. We encourage every student to develop as a whole person and to be actively engaged in the college and the community so that they may have life to the full.

Christ the King College: St Mary's

Mrs S. Razey, Associate Principal and Head of Centre

Students who attend Christ the King College: St Mary’s undertake all their learning on this site. Our team of well-qualified and specialist teachers ensure that students flourish and benefit from first rate teaching and learning.

We have high expectations of all our students and our outstanding pastoral support ensures they develop the skills and self-confidence needed to achieve their potential. The College has a broad curriculum offer with twenty-eight A Level subjects, a range of BTEC National Diplomas and BTEC First Diploma courses

We encourage all students to take part in the variety of wider learning activities on offer. These help students become skilled individuals fully equipped for university or employment. Opportunities includes: mentoring, fundraising, volunteering, work shadowing as well as a very full programme of music, drama, sports, visits and residentials.

We set high standards for our students, both in terms of behaviour and commitment to work. We build and maintain excellent links with parents and guardians and value the partnership between college and home.

Christ The King is an attractive and popular college in which to study and I would like to extend a warm welcome to you.

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