Act of Charity Day
For Act of Charity Day, CTK students took part I writing thank you notes and pictures thanking the NHS, local Fire brigade, Kent Police, TFL, Key workers at Queen Mary’s hospital, local care homes, and local supermarkets.
Dear NHS workers,
Thank you so much for your hard work during these tough times. The NHS is a unit full of amazing people. It really does take a
group of truly special and selfless people to help the whole country and make a huge difference on a daily basis.
The NHS has helped this country of millions and millions innumerable times. We are all in your debt for this amazing care
that the whole organisation provides.
The NHS has set a global example of what national healthcare should look like. It is undoubtedly the best in the world.
Filled up to the brim by people willing to make sacrifices day in and day out. You have all put yourself and your family in
a vulnerable position. However that hasn’t stopped any member from being brave and helping the global effort to tackle
not just a virus, but provide the right of healthcare to everyone irrespective of their background.
The determination required for this task is truly a feat in which everyone should aspire to reach in order to excel in anything
they pursue. Pots and pans will never be enough to show how much we appreciate the greatness that comes from each individual
working long hours to make sure that a whole nation is put to rest assured that they will be safe.
Happiness, rainbows and pride fill the streets. The NHS has provided a light in the darkness that is the state the world is in at the
moment. People are happier knowing that the NHS are forever fighting illness and are on our side. We, the nation, wholeheartedly
support the NHS and is thankful for the heroes who make it what it is today.
Trevor AQUINAS Progressed to: University of Lancaster Course: A Level Business, ICT and English Language and Literature
“My tutors at CTK were fundamental in my academic success. They were always approachable and willing to go the extra mile. I enjoyed taking part in extracurricular activities, including leading the sixth form band and being Director of the Business Enterprise Group, Student Governor and Student Head of Hall. ”
Bradley AQUINAS Progressed to: University of Nottingham Course: A Levels Maths A*, Physics A* and Chemistry A*
“At Christ the King I discovered I was resilient. My teachers really pushed me to be my best, I am in their debt, thank you for believing in me.”
Rose AQUINAS Progressed to: The University of Warwick Course: A Level History A, Politics A, Sociology A*
“CTK was a great environment for me to learn in. I’ve really enjoyed the teaching – all my teachers have been encouraging and supportive. They put in the extra time to help with workshops and revision to ensure we did well.”
Owen AQUINAS Progressed to: Royal Holloway University Course: A Level Maths A, Psychology B and Biology A
“I would recommend coming to CTK as the level of support offered by the subject teachers is exceptionally good. The best thing about CTK is being part of the friendliest group of students I've ever met. I'm applying to Oxford to study Psychology. ”
Esosa AQUINAS Progressed to: De Montfort University Course: A Level Biology, Chemistry and Maths
“My form tutor at CTK was exceptionally supportive every day. I value the freedom and independence of controlling my own learning, staying motivated whilst also having fun. The and people and sense of community provide a great environment. I have enjoyed extra opportunities such as joining summer schools and widening participation programs and becoming a student governor. I received lots of help from the careers guidance counsellor to help me realise what I want to do after sixth form. ”