14 December 2021

UTC Sheffield City Centre student wins WorldSkills UK bronze medal

A student from UTC Sheffield City Centre is celebrating after winning a bronze medal in the prestigious WorldSkills UK national finals. Samuel Kearsley, 17, is studying a Level 3 Cambridge Technical Diploma in Engineering as well as two A Levels in maths and physics, at the technical school based on… Read more

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25 November 2021

Employer-led Project: Balfour Beatty ‘Shaping Better Futures’

Invited by Mr Newton, representing Balfour Beatty and it’s many sectors, Y9 students were given an insight into the varied and exciting world of working with one of the UKs largest employers. We were joined by; Beth Walker, Environment and Sustainability Graduate part of Balfour Beatty’s Central Rail Systems Alliance who… Read more

23 November 2021

McLaren Automotive offers industry placements to promote STEM careers

In September we saw the launch of UTC Sheffield City Centre’s first employer-led project of the year, run by British luxury supercar maker McLaren who have established an innovation and manufacturing facility in the Sheffield region. Representatives from the McLaren Composites Technology Centre (MCTC) visited UTC Sheffield City Centre to… Read more

12 November 2021

UTC Sheffield City Centre students get set for WorldSkills UK national finals

Talented engineering students from UTC Sheffield City Centre are preparing to put their skills to the ultimate test in the WorldSkills UK national finals. Samuel Kearsley, 17, and Thomas Walshaw, 17, are among 400 students and apprentices going for gold, silver and bronze medals in a series of skills competitions… Read more

21 October 2021

UTC Takes Part in Restart the Heart Campaign

On Friday 15 October UTC Sheffield City Centre Y10 students were involved in the national restart a heart campaign. Cardiac arrests have not stopped during the coronavirus pandemic. If you have an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in the UK, you have less than a one in ten chance of surviving. The… Read more