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The Energy Coast UTC staff and students are absolutely delighted with the 2019 A-Level results.

The Energy Coast UTC staff and students are absolutely delighted with the 2019 A-Level results. Most female UTC students received the highest grades possible in Engineering.

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Principal Cherry Tingle said:

“The hard work of the students, the truly inspirational teaching of our staff and the superb links and support with employers has been rewarded with the superb exam performance of our students.

We are also delighted that 90% of our students have gained places on high quality apprenticeship programmes with almost all the remainder taking up university places at prestigious universities.This year there are simply too many truly outstanding results to single out individual students, but over 55% of our Year 13 female students achieved Distinction*, the highest grade possible, in Engineering.

Well done everyone! ”

 

Results Days 2019

A level results will be available on Thursday 15 August.

GCSE results will be available on Thursday 22 August.

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Outstanding Ofsted Report

We are delighted to announce that Ofsted have graded us as outstanding in all areas.

Please Click Here to read the report.

Recycling Initiatives

Driven by our Eco Energy Group, led by Mrs Heslam, we are participating in two recycling initiatives:

The Big Battery Hunt is a nationwide battery recycling initiative funded by Duracell. Its aim is to encourage young people in schools across the UK to think about the importance of recycling, and then challenge them to collect as many used batteries as they can. The aim is for each student to contribute to an overall total of 4 million batteries being recycled. All Year 10 and 12 students have been given a small, cardboard collection box to use to collect their used batteries. The box should then be returned to Student Reception at break or lunchtime. Please note we cannot accept leaking batteries.

We are also collecting old and broken pens and board markers to send them to be recycled. Once we get a large box full of pens we will take them to Ryman's in Workington who are acting as a collection point. Please encourage your child to drop their old pens into the collection point at Reception. There is further information in the link: https://www.familiesonline.co.uk/local/south-west-hampshire/in-the-know/what-do-you-do-with-your-old-pens-felt-tips-and-highlighters

Cyber Security: now at Energy Coast UTC

The Energy Coast UTC is excited to announce that we are the only secondary school in Cumbria to be able to provide an exciting new Level 3 Cyber Security qualification as part of our Post-16 offer to students.

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