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We have increased student online learning using Teams as the predominant method of delivery. This may be supplemented with face to face delivery on site in the coming weeks, for those students who require additional support. All students have been sent information on how to download and set up Teams. Should any student have difficulties with this, please contact admin@utcsheffield.org.uk and we will address your query as soon as possible. Therefore, our offer of face to face teaching, in line with government advice is that we will invite key worker/vulnerable/students who cannot access online delivery.

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Miles, Engineering

Banner image: Miles Wright

“I decided to move across to the UTC after a year in sixth form at another school because I wanted to get into engineering. It felt like a fresh start for me. The UTC teachers are very supportive, and I was impressed with the engineering equipment. You get to study university level engineering."

Miles Edward-Wright has enjoyed a fresh start at UTC Sheffield and is looking forward to university.

The 19-year-old has completed a technical qualification in engineering at UTC Sheffield City Centre campus on Matilda Street.

He also studied two A Levels in maths and product development. Miles gained three grade Cs.

Miles said: “I am ecstatic. I had my doubts before I got my results but when I opened them I’d got the perfect results; it’s been brilliant!’

Now Miles is going on to study a Degree in Automotive and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Hull.

Miles commented: “I decided to move across to the UTC after a year in sixth form at another school because I wanted to get into engineering. It felt like a fresh start for me. The UTC teachers are very supportive, and I was impressed with the engineering equipment. You get to study university level engineering.”

He added:I really want to secure a career with a motor engineering employer such as Jaguar Land Rover afterwards. There is a real shortage of engineers in the world, and companies need people who have the right skills and really like the problem solving aspect – which is what the UTC teaches you.”

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