Lincoln UTC opened in September 2014, specialising in Science and Engineering. We provide a broad and balanced GCSE curriculum for students aged 14-16 as well as specialist studies in Engineering. At 16 students design their own pathway, selecting from an array of Cambridge Technical and A Level qualifications in Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Computer Science and associated subjects. Full details are available on the Curriculum pages of this website.
The Redbourne School data team (independent analysts) calculate that the A Level value added score would be +0.33 (based on 2017 benchmarks)
National and regional data not yet available for 2018 but, if results are the same as last year, this would still put us at the top with the best progress in all of Lincolnshire (albeit with a narrower margin).
|Lincoln UTC 2018||Lincoln UTC 2017||National 2017|
|4 – 9%||4 – 9%||4 – 9%|
|English and maths||69||69||59|
|This year (2018)||Attainment 8||Progress 8|
Please see the following link for the summer 2017 performance tables: School Performance Data
Ofsted Report 2017
Ofsted visited Lincoln UTC on 21 and 22 February. This is a usual procedure for a new school or college. We are pleased with the general findings of our report, particularly those relating to our 16 – 19 provision (the sixth form) and what is known as ‘Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare’. Having already identified, through rigorous self-evaluation, several areas that require further development we are already addressing the issues that the inspection report indicates ‘requires improvement’.
We are delighted that the general tone is very positive and notes our significant progress and success in many areas.
The report can be read here: link to report
You can visit the ofsted website here
Lincoln UTC admits up to 160 students into Year 10 and Year 12 each academic year.
There are no entry requirements for entry into Year 10. Students must have a strong interest in Engineering and/or Science and a desire for a combination of practical, technical and academic modes of study. With a longer working day from 8.45am until 4.15pm, the highest standards and challenging expectations, students must be prepared to commit fully to UTC life.
The minimum entry requirements for studying in Year 12, alongside subject specific requirements, are set out in the application form that can be downloaded from the link below:Apply Now
Next Open Day
Saturday 4th May, 11am-3pmRegister to attend
Find out how we prepare young people for future STEM careers.
Visit us on Saturday 4th May, 11am-3pm, and discover how our specialist science, technology, engineering and mathematics courses for 14-19 year olds equips them with the knowledge, qualifications and skills that employers, colleges and universities require.
This is a fantastic opportunity to meet our pupils and staff and to see inside our £8m learning centre. However, if you can’t wait to have a look round, we are only too pleased to offer guided tours. To arrange a tour simply email firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you.