2017 Archives

Design By UTC Sheffield Student Unveiled On City’s Gritters

Posted: 17 November 2017 in City Centre, News

Photo credit: Dean Hodson A UTC Sheffield student’s creative designs are set to tour the streets of Sheffield this winter. Kirstie Dale, 17, is one of three pupils from across the city who has won a competition to create artwork for the Streets Ahead gritters. As part of a competition run by Streets Ahead, pupils […]

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Public Invited to 3D Printing Lecture at UTC Sheffield

Posted: 7 November 2017 in City Centre, News

Our UTC Sheffield City Centre campus is inviting the public to attend a 3D printing technology lecture organised by industry experts this week. The Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ talk will look at the impact of 3D printing including the challenges and the opportunities. Also known as additive manufacturing, 3D printing refers to processes used to […]

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Top Producer Advises UTC Sheffield Film Students

Posted: 27 October 2017 in City Centre, News

On Monday 23rd October Post-16 students who are studying Creative and Digital Media at UTC Sheffield City Centre had the chance to quiz film producer and Joint CEO of Warp Films, Mark Herbert, on the art of film making. Mark, who has credits on such films as Four Lions, This is England, Submarine and Dead […]

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UTC City Centre Students Get on Board the HeppSY+ Bus

Posted: 20 October 2017 in City Centre, News, Trust

On Wednesday 18th October, students from UTC Sheffield City Centre became some of the first young people to get on board the HeppSY+ mobile classroom as part of the campaign launch. The Higher Education Progression Partnership South Yorkshire Plus (HeppSY+) is part of a national programme funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for England […]

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Q&A: UTC Sheffield City Centre Campus Progress 8 Scores

Posted: 13 October 2017 in City Centre, News, Trust

Introduction: new performance measures The way that the performance of schools and pupils is measured has changed. The government introduced a new score called Progress 8 in 2016. This replaced the GCSE leagues tables based on the number of pupils gaining A* to C grades. Under the new system UTC Sheffield City Centre campus – […]

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UTC Sheffield Alumni Celebrate Cambridge University National First

Posted: 10 October 2017 in City Centre, News

UTC Sheffield alumni Oliver Smith and Jake Stuchbury-Wass have made history by achieving a regional and national first. The high achieving pair are the first students from UTC Sheffield to get to Cambridge University. They are also the first students nationally who have completed Cambridge Technicals in Engineering qualifications to study at the world leading […]

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Parent Governor Vacancy – Olympic Legacy Park

Posted: 29 September 2017 in Olympic Legacy Park

Election of a Parent Governor to the Sheffield UTC Olympic Legacy Park Local Governing Body Would you like to be a Governor at your child’s UTC? Membership of the UTC’s Local Governing Body includes two Parent Governors and an election is to be held soon to fill one of these vacancies.  It is a chance […]

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Parent Governor Vacancy – City Centre

Posted: in City Centre

Election of a Parent Governor to the Sheffield UTC City Centre Local Governing Body Would you like to be a Governor at your child’s UTC? Membership of the UTC’s Local Governing Body includes two Parent Governors and an election is to be held soon to fill these vacancies.  It is a chance for you as […]

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UTC Sheffield Students Enjoy Bauer Academy Summer School

Posted: 18 September 2017 in City Centre, News

During the summer holidays five Y12 students from UTC Sheffield City Centre took part in the Bauer Academy Summer School, where they went behind the scenes at popular South Yorkshire radio station, Hallam FM. Over two days during August the students, Abigail, Matthew, Fran, Chloe and Kai, who all specialise in Creative and Digital Media, […]

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New Research Shows Technical Schools Get Teenagers Out Of Bed

Posted: 8 September 2017 in City Centre, News

Teenagers attending University Technical Colleges (UTCs) are willing to get up earlier and travel further for the state of the art facilities and the chance to study technical subjects. According to a national survey commissioned by Baker Dearing Educational Trust, nearly half (47%) of UTC students travel more than five miles each way to get […]

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