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At UTC Warrington, we understand students need support and guidance to help them become successful young adults and to identify the next steps in their career. Meetings with families before starting with us is an integral part of ensuring that we get to know our students as individuals.

All staff pride themselves on their abilities to build positive relationships with students. This ensures that their time at UTC is a positive and valuable experience.

With a clear focus on preparing students for outstanding STEM careers, careers guidance is central to their development. The focus on employability and personal development skills, as well as academic skills, ensures that students are well-equipped with the skills needed to thrive once they leave the UTC. Our partners are committed to the growth and development of the UTC and to sustain a skilled and knowledgeable workforce for the STEM industry in the North West of England.

All students are assigned a Personal Academic Tutor (PAT) and Progress Leader who will support students and parents throughout the UTC journey, their contact details can be found here.

Other key contacts for student support are:

  • Paul Rigby, Safeguarding Manager –
  • Ben Rane, Pastoral Manager –
  • Claire O’Hara, Assistant Pastoral Manager – CO’
  • Samantha Lee, SENDCO –
  • Davide Alboreto, Learning Mentor –

Alternatively, you can contact the college on 01925 737067.

Support & Inclusion

At UTC Warrington we work hard to provide appropriate support to all students. If a student has a specific educational need we will try our best to ensure learning is supported.

If you wish to discuss learning support please get in touch to make a personal appointment.

You can either contact us by email:

Or by phone: 01925 737067

We pledge to respect and value every learner as an individual, irrespective of ability, race, gender or need, and to enable every learner to participate fully in all aspects of UTC life.

Where it’s needed, we will adapt our environment and equipment as much as practicably possible, as well as seeking specialist external advice.

External Support Agencies

Papyrus: Provide confidential support and advice to young people struggling with thoughts of suicide, and anyone worried about a young person through our helpline, HOPELINEUK. 0800 0684141.

Childline: Get help and advice about a wide range of issues, call us on 0800 1111, talk to a counsellor online, send Childline an email or post on the message boards. 0800 1111

42nd Street: Support young people with their emotional and mental health. 0161 228 7321

Young Minds: Helping young people with Mental Health.

Samaritans: Samaritans is a registered charity aimed at providing emotional support to anyone in emotional distress, struggling to cope, or at risk of suicide throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland, often through their telephone helpline 116 123

Action for Children: We protect and support children and young people, providing practical and emotional care and support, ensuring their voices are heard, and campaigning to bring lasting improvements to their lives

NHS advice:

Brook Sexual Health: provide a whole range of sexual health services including contraception and contraceptive advice, STI testing (though not all services have the full range, you should call ahead to check), pregnancy testing, emergency contraception and counselling.

Police: 101 non-emergency. 999 emergency