Barclays apprentice parent insight sessions – an invitation

Barclays is inviting all UTC parents to a ‘virtual’ insight events during National Apprenticeship Week in February. National Apprenticeship Week takes place from 3 to 7 February 2020, celebrating apprenticeships across the country, recognising and applauding apprenticeship successes across the country. 2020 marks Barclays’ biggest ever year for apprenticeships, and it is inviting parents to …


Build my Future – 2020

Last week our students took part in the Northern Schools Trust’s (NST) Build my Future festival – a two-day festival of ideas and career inspiration from some of the region’s best businesses and institutions. The event invites students from Life Sciences UTC, our neighbours at the Studio, and North Liverpool Academy, to get a taste …


The Big Assembly 2019

It’s Tomorrow’s Engineers Week 2019, a weeklong celebration of all things engineering and a unique opportunity for students, schools and parents to find out more about the pathways into an engineering career. As part of the celebrations, Tomorrow’s Engineers Week hosted its annual Big Assembly – a live Q&A session with some of the country’s …


OPEN EVENINGS

Interested in science, healthcare or engineering? Liverpool LifeSciences UTC could be the school for you! Come along to one of our open evenings to find out more about what we do here, and why it’s the best place for you to study.   Open evenings are listed below: KS4 OPEN EVENING DATES 11 February 2020, …






Project-based learning has ‘profound benefits for students’

A new report by education charity The Edge Foundation and the Royal Academy of Engineering shows that project-based learning (PBL) – involving long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with employers – has profound benefits for students.    The report, called Evaluation of University Technical Colleges, is published today by the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER). PBL …


UTC students win micro-granting pitch

Last week, three Life Sciences UTC students were awarded prizes of £500, after pitching to micro-granting organisation Awesome Liverpool. “We live in a city renowned for its creativity, passion and ability to communicate with the world. The Awesome Foundation offer a wonderful platform to support and promote, well, ‘awesome’ projects,” says UTC principal Ian Parry. …