UTC Heathrow offers three distinct pathways at post 16: Technical, A Level and combination of the two in a unique workplace-style environment.
Eager students picked up their A Level and Technical qualification results this morning, securing them places on prestigious apprenticeships and degree apprenticeships.
We are especially delighted that several of our students have landed apprenticeships after working alongside a variety of data centre employers on our unique new Digital Futures Programme, which has just celebrated its inaugural year.
Other students are starting apprenticeships at Cyrus One, Sir Robert McAlpine, Alstom, RAF, KBM Accountancy and Olssen.
Students have also gained places on sought-after courses at universities including: University of Nottingham, University of Sheffield, Kings College London, University of Reading, City University, Queen Mary University, Brunel University, University of Hertfordshire, Leeds Beckett University and University of Brighton.
We are so proud of all our pupils, who have worked exceptionally hard after another challenging year and we look forward to hearing about their future adventures.
Our vision is to ‘transform lives through learning’ and the journey our students have been on working alongside employers while at UTC Heathrow means they are extremely well prepared for the next step.
At A Level:
- 39% of grades being an A*-B
- 72% of grades being an A*-C
- 100% of grades being an A*-E
In Vocational and Technical subjects:
- 15% of all grades being D*D*D*/DDD in BTEC L3 Extended Diploma in Engineering
- 50% of all grades being D*D*/DD in BTEC L3 Diploma in Engineering
- 50% of all grades being D*/D in BTEC L3 Extended Certificate in Engineering
Executive Principal of UTC Heathrow, Wayne Edwards, said:
This is a great set of results that the students have achieved considering the last two years of their education and the impact of Covid 19. Their results have now allowed them to go onto their desired destinations.
Head of School, Jas Kallah, said:
Our students have produced another set of superb results. UTC Heathrow are immensely proud at of each student and these outcomes will allow each of them to move on to the next stage in their journey.
Student Eddie Hardman achieved D*D*D* BTEC grades in Engineering and will be studying Aerospace Engineering with Pilot Studies at University of West England.
The UTC has developed my attributes of being Resilient and Independent to achieve my fantastic grades of D*D*D* in BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering”. Eddie has said his motto is “Work to live, don’t live to work!
UTC Heathrow is offering information, advice and guidance to anyone who is unsure as to what to do next after their A Levels.
UTC Heathrow is strongly focused on preparing students for their future careers, supporting them with everything from CV-writing and interview preparation to the day-to-day skills required to succeed in the workplace. This, combined with opportunities to work with industry partners, gives UTC students a distinct advantage when applying for apprenticeships, higher education courses and employment.