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Christ the King Sixth Form celebrates student successes

PICTURED: Daniel Okirika

STUDENTS AT Christ the King Sixth Form in south London are once again celebrating their exam success.

Collegiate Principal Rob McAuliffe said: “Our A-Level and BTEC Diploma students have achieved excellent results and we are proud to say that progression to university and employment is extremely strong."

Christ the King Sixth Form is one of the largest and most successful providers of education for young people aged 16-18 in London and the South East. It has two campuses in south London and one in Sidcup, Kent.

Among the outstanding A-level results, Esther Adebiyi achieved AAA in Law, Psychology and Sociology and will be studying Law at Warwick University. Tariq Odunua’s AAA in Psychology, Business and RE sees him head off to the University of East Anglia to study Business Finance and Management.

Patricia Mofus will be studying Political Science and Sociology at the University of Birmingham after gaining A*AB in Sociology, Psychology and English Literature.

Piriyankan Thavaraga

Students who studied BTEC programmes also achieved outstanding grades, with many now planning to study at Russell Group Universities.

Natalie Summers also achieved triple Distinction in BTEC Business and has been accepted on the International Football and Business course at Wembley Stadium UCFB (University Campus of Football Business). Callum O’Neill gained triple Distinction in BTEC Sports & Exercise Science and will be off to Liverpool Hope to study Sport and Physical Education.

Golda Quarcoo will be going to Warwick University to study Biomedical Science after achieving D*D*D* in BTEC Extended Diploma in Applied Science. Natalie Poku gained D*D*D* in BTEC Extended Diploma in Health & Social Care and will be going to Nottingham University to study Midwifery.

Piriyankan Thavaraga gained D*D*D* in Engineering and will go on to study Civil Engineering at Brunel University.

Daniel Okirika achieved D*DD in his Engineering BETC and is now off to Hertfordshire University to read Engineering.

Mr McAuliffe added: “Our young people are ambassadors for their generation and our best wishes go out to each and every one of them as they start the next phase of their education or employment journey.

"There are some remarkable individual achievements and successes but there is also a sense of whole-college achievement here at Christ the King Sixth Form. As a community we go from strength to strength.”

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