Osbourne CupJuly 30, 2023 2023-11-20 13:05
The CTC students come from many countries around the world so there is a real international feeling. As one walks around the college during breaks from lessons it would not be unusual to hear various languages spoken such as Chinese, Vietnamese, Russian, Malay and English.
A student might be at college for only two years if they follow an A level programme so there is a rapid turnover of students and this has given us a very wide showcase of talent over the years. Approximately once per term we hold an informal concert. Each programme gives us a variety of performances ranging from small groups of instrumentalists, singing or playing to a backing track and a regular item from the recently formed college choir. Notably in recent years we have had a conservatoire standard pianist from Russia, a harpist from Malaysia, a violinist from Vietnam and a cellist from Korea.
The teams will complete through out the year. These events will consist of different activities – physical, mental, solo and team events. Some examples of these are, a sports day , a fancy dress costume party, quiz night, football, badminton tournament, skill games and brain games.
Each event has 4 points up for grabs, 4 for first place, 3 for second and so on. There are also bonus points for the team that turn up with the greatest number of participants and another for the team with the most clothing that match their house colours.
At the end of the year, the team with the most points would then win the Osborne Cup, with an award ceremony to celebrate that victory.
Barbara Bielecka (A*, A*, A), Class of 2017
Barbara BieleckaClass of 2017
Nhi Kieu (A, B, B), Class of 2017
Nhi KieuClass of 2017
Mr. David O'Dwyer (Head of Government and Politics)
Mr. David O'DwyerHead of Government and Politics
Mr Barry Morgan (Art & Design)
Mr Barry MorganArt & Design
Chulin Meng (Lucy)
Chulin Meng (Lucy)
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