Message from UTC Sheffield City Centre

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.

Please see the Letters page and the Covid-19 Update page for more information.

In these unprecedented times, we are sorry that we are unable to run the parents evening on 15 July 2020.  If you have any pressing concerns, please contact admin@utcsheffield.org.uk

Message from UTC Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park

Coronavirus update: From 15 June, UTC Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park is open to a wider cohort of identified Y10 and Y12 students as well as to vulnerable students and children of key workers. Please see the Letters page and the Covid-19 Update page on our website.

Szymon, Health Sciences

The UTC has definitely prepared me to go onto study medicine, even just experiencing the health facilities here is great.

Syzmon is one of the first students to complete his GCSEs at UTC Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park.

He said: “UTC was a fresh start, and a great opportunity to specialise in health sciences. I’ve particularly enjoyed working on the Patients as Educators project in partnership with the University of Sheffield.”

He added: “I’m really pleased with my results, especially my maths and science.”

Szymon sat 9 GCSEs alongside his technical specialism in health sciences, achieving a grade 7 (equivalent to an A) or above in all, including grade 9s (equivalent to a top A*) in biology and physics and a Distinction* in health.

The highly ambitious sixteen-year-old has his sights set on the University of Oxford to study medicine.

He said: “I think medicine will be a challenge, but I really like helping people and I think it’ll be interesting. The UTC has definitely prepared me to go onto study medicine, even just experiencing the health facilities here is great.”

Szymon is now progressing onto Wickersley Sixth Form to study four A Levels in biology, chemistry, maths and psychology.

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