Newsletter 21 April 2017

April 21, 2017 3:36 pm

We have had Maths challenges, trips to the University, extra engineering sessions as well as a intensive revision courses.

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Careers Evening Monday 24 April 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

April 19, 2017 9:00 pm

Careers Evening - what can you do when your leave school? Engineering and Science at school lead to many more opportunities than you ever imagined. Don't just follow your dreams, find new ones!

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Siemens sponsors Lincoln UTC Knight

April 4, 2017 2:16 pm

Want to be a designer and help our students? We are looking for artistic parents to take part in our Knights' Challenge! Contact the Principal, Paul Batterbury to volunteer! @KnightsTrail17

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Newsletter 20 March 2017

March 20, 2017 1:10 pm

We continue to provide out-of-school experiences for our students. Year 10 scientists attended UoL last week to hear lectures on: ‘What are the links between Arctic Climate Change and UK Extreme Weather?’ and Sherlock Holmes and Chemistry. Following on from a great trip for Chemists, the Year 12 Physicists enjoyed a few hours on: Optics on an OHP.

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Newsletter 7 February 2017

March 7, 2017 5:46 pm

Teaching Days left: 32 to GCSE; 28 to A-Level

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Newsletter 27 February 2017

February 27, 2017 11:35 am

You may have noticed on social media the on-going work Jessica Wyatt is completing with the University of Lincoln in their new pharmacology school. Work with our three sponsors, (Siemens, Lincoln College and Lincoln University) is vital to the rich experience our students enjoy. This is complemented by a close relationship with the RAF amongst others and we are delighted that the construction company, Willmott Dixon, who was responsible for our building, won first prize at a recent construction awards’ dinner. The project managers visited the college last week and remarked on how well students and staff are looking after the building. They have offered to deliver talks to students on the cantilever method used to add the new wing to the site: another way we use industry to contextualise learning. This close relationship with employers sets us apart from other schools, providing a wealth of opportunities for work experience as well as project-based learning. The UTC does not suit all students’ career plans and we pride ourselves on ensuring they get impartial advice to achieve their potential. Thus we are delighted that Hannah Watt has been offered a sixth form place at Welbeck to pursue her personal dream. One of the pleasures of teaching is the reward of inspiring students. The Mathematics Department are extremely proud of Toby Reichelt who has been awarded a Future Teaching Scholarship in order to pursue his interest, and excellence, in Mathematics.

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