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The Key Stage 5 Programme

Flexibility is at the heart of our approach to the Sixth Form curriculum. You will choose 3 or 4 A-level courses, but we will ensure that your individual interests and capabilities are taken into account as we agree with you which courses you follow.

Supported by Technical and Project-Based learning

Students complete technical projects which will help them develop work ready skills. By Sixth Form level, students are likely to be exploring some specialist careers which really interest them.

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.


Maths (1 A-Level)
Further Maths (1 A-Level)
Biology (1 A-Level)
Chemistry (1 A-Level)
Physics (1 A-Level)
Computing (1 A-Level)
Psychology (1 A-Level)
Technical IT (1 A-Level)
Medical Science (1 A-Level)
Extended Project (Equivalent to Half an A-Level)
Core Maths (Equivalent to Half an A-Level)


Project-Based Days
Personal Development/Pastoral Support (Daily Tutor Time)


Music, Duke of Edinburgh's Award
Coding, Sports Clubs


A Level Curriculum Plans

  • Computer Science
  • Maths
  • Medical Science
  • Science

The Key Stage 4 Programme

Year 10 and 11 at North East Futures UTC will provide you with a completely different school experience. However, it is still based on a core of vitally important lessons and qualifications.