Class of 2020 – Ben Danby is progressing to study Computer Science at University of Edinburgh

Ben Danby is celebrating after receiving top grades in his A Levels.

The 18-year-old achieved A* grades in computer science and maths as well as an A grade in physics.

Ben is looking forward to starting a Degree in Computer Science at the University of Edinburgh.

He said: “I am very pleased with my grades and really looking forward to going to university. It feels as though everything is falling into place.”

Ben added: “I chose the UTC for the engineering options and STEM subjects. I’ve had a great time and really enjoyed being part of a close knit community.

“Even though coronavirus means things will be different at university, I just want to move forward with my life and did not want to defer.”

Class of 2020 – Teagan Feerick is progressing to study Civil Engineering at University of Exeter

Teagan Feerick, 18, has gained D* D* D* after completing a technical qualification in engineering and is going on to the University of Exeter to study civil engineering.

She said: “I felt pretty confident about my grades and am really pleased with my results. The UTC has prepared me well.

“It’s great for engineering and it has allowed me to gain experience in the industry and understand my career path. I am really looking forward to going to university.”

Parent Trustee/Governor Vacancy

UTC Warrington currently have a vacancy for a Parent Trustee/Governor. As a Single Academy Trust, the Department for Education requests that we appoint two parents of students attending the college as members of our Trust Board. Anyone who has a son or daughter on roll at UTCW at the time of the election is eligible to stand (and you do not have to resign if your child leaves during your term of office). A term of office is four years. Continue Reading

Applicants – your place is secure

We know that Year 11 pupils have been working hard to get the best grades they can in their GCSEs at school to secure a college place at the highest level possible. The process of how those grades will be awarded is yet to be fully configured, however, we would like to reassure you that we will be looking beyond the awarded grades.

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