Post 16

Post 16 Summer Work

 

WHAT WE OFFER

The Leigh UTC is an IB World School

IB World Schools share a common philosophy—a commitment to improve the teaching and learning of a diverse and inclusive community of students by delivering challenging, high quality programmes of international education that share a powerful vision.

The Leigh UTC has a clear vision to be a distinctive education provider for outstanding STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) learning.

Since opening in 2014 both staff and students have worked passionately to create a centre of excellence for technical qualifications.

All students in Post 16 study either Engineering or Computer Science at Level 3 along with a range of other options.

To see our curriculum offer is please click the image below

International Baccalaureate Career Programme

The International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme (IBCP) prepares students for the world of work as well as developing their personal qualities.
The IBCP is an innovative education pathway that offers a flexible blend of academic and career-related studies. It is a coherent programme that allows schools to create their own distinct offering to reflect the needs, backgrounds, ambitions and learning contexts of their particular students.
The programme is an option for students to undertake in Post 16, and aims to develop applicable, transferable lifelong skills that prepare them for higher education,
higher level apprenticeships or employment, combining. At the Leigh UTC students can study from a range of diplomas in addition to eithe r Engineering or Computing as their career related study.

The Leigh UTC is a part of the Kent IBCP project and below is a booklet and video with further information

All students are expected to follow the Academic Policy Policy. The policy is linked below.

Academic Honesty Policy

Our Post 16 Results for 2017/18 included:

83% of Mathematics A- level students achieved  A*-B grades

100% of students achieved engineering A*-E at Level 3
100% of students achieved IT/computing A*-E at level 3

31% of  A-level grades were A*-B