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Energy Coast UTC In The News

Energy Coast UTC visit the CERN nuclear research facility in Geneva

At the start of January the Energy Coast UTC Science department, led by Director of Learning Ian Lindner, took a group of GCSE and A level students to Geneva, Switzerland for 5 days, with the focus of the visit an inspirational day at the renowned CERN nuclear research facility. CERN is the European Organisation for Nuclear Research and the largest particle physics laboratory in the world; it is at the forefront of scientific discovery.

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First applications for UTCs in five years – but not as you know it | Schoolsweek

Three new UTCs are in the pipeline but, like a traditional school, students will join aged 11, rather than at 14.

Ofsted grade-one Energy Coast UTC is hoping to open two UTCs, in Salford and Carlisle, while WMG Academy Trust, which operates two grade-two UTCs, has applied for one in Birmingham.

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This Year’s Golden Apple Awards | The Cumberland News

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Energy Coast's new facilities on show | Times & Star

Energy Coast UTC has unveiled new engineering workshops with state-of-the-art machines.

The new facilities were made possible with support from sponsors, Morgan Sindall Infrastructure, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and the University of Cumbria.

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£50,000 boost for Energy Coast UTC from Morgan Sindall | Times & Star

A major infrastructure firm has revealed it is expanding its support of a West Cumbrian college, including a £50,000 boost.

Morgan Sindall Infrastructure has joined the trust board of the Energy Coast UTC, at Lillyhall, near Workington.

It has been involved with the UTC, recently rated as outstanding by Ofsted, since 2014 as a platinum partner, but as a member organisation on the board, it will contribute to the leadership and governance of the school.

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