Supported by Technical and Project-Based learning.
The UTC curriculum is enriched with regular access to Project-Based learning where students ‘drop down’ from their normal lessons to do industry-led real-world projects. Project-Based learning helps students understand the ‘real-world’ of work and develop the skills they need to get ahead. Students will end key stage 4 with a fantastic set of GCSE results, a unique CV and the professional skills to take them to the next stage of their career.
These might be such things as cyber security, biotechnology, games development, e-health or personalised medicine. There are, of course, many more like this which may spark their interest.
All students will be encouraged to undertake the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award as part of their enrichment studies and will benefit from personalised careers advice, guidance and support from UTC staff and industry partners.