As we are co-located with The Studio School, we have a combined core team of experienced teaching staff to ensure that our students get the best results in all the traditional curriculum subjects, as well as a variety of key skills and expertise in the health and science sectors. Working with staff with Studio School specialisms means students can also enjoy art, design, computer science and more. We are continuously adding to our team of teaching and support staff at the UTC and Studio.
Health & Social Sciences
- Caroline Perischine – (Teaching Leader)
- Nichola Graham
- Andrew Storey – (Geography Teacher)
- Chris Challinor – (History Teacher)
- Laura Bonneson – (History Teacher)
- Sara Mallo Juarez (Spanish Teacher)
- Phil Forrest (Teacher)
- Katie Small – (Teaching Leader)
Creative & Digital
- Barry Jewell
- James Phillips
- Stef Mansfield
- Phillip Rogers
- Anthony Bearon
- Amanda Cooper
- Andrew Johnson
- Samantha Forrest
- Jill Davies (Principal)
- Rupert Evans– (Deputy Principal)
- Fiona Markey (Assistant Principal)
- Katie Small (Assistant Principal)
- Amanda Cawood (DSL)
- Paul Taylor
- Adam Hewitt
- Clare McGaw
- Donna Edwards
- Susan Duggan (SENCo)
- Debra Marsden
- Ian Hesketh
- Rocio Manzanera Lidon
- Louise Kennett
- Alison Brown
- Schelley Armstrong Brown
- Sean Clegg
- Michael Saint-Cricq (Careers Lead for CUC)
- Carly Brooke –(Teaching Leader)
- John Dyer – (Teaching Leader Innovation)
- Dan Howard – (Teaching Leader Physics)
- Reece Armstrong
- Gary Brzezinski
- Beverley Chandler
- Raymond Gordon
- Tracy Houghton
- Jodie Larkin
- Michaela Mitchell
- Graham Schofield
- Andrew Plevin
- Sarah Jane Linkman – (Technician)
- Kevin Dunn (Teaching Leader)
- Evan Delaney
- Victoria Gwyther
- Mark Lightfoot
- Nicholas Wild
- Amy Connolly – (Teaching Leader)
- Oliver Denholm
- Jack Hadden
- Astra Halliday
- Lucy Henderson
Meet our team
Miss Nichola Graham
I chose to teach health and social care as it is a rewarding career path for people to enter into…
Why did you choose to come to the UTC?
I chose to come and teach at UTC as it is a new and exciting innovative professional development space which enables students to excel. With my background in clinical and health psychology and health and social care I was excited to get stuck into the ethos of ‘every day is in an interview’ and have the opportunity to teach the young minds of today.
Why did you choose to teach the subject you teach?
I chose to teach health and social care as it is a rewarding career path for people to enter into. It teaches various transferable skills and provides learners with a lot of fun and fascinating experiences which they can reflect on later on in their professional career.
What are you looking forward to most of working here?
The health suite is an excellent working space which I will make use of during my classes to enable learners to gain hands-on experience which they would not get if they were simply classroom based. I am looking forward to gaining training in SimMan.
What are your interests outside of the classroom?
I like to travel to various different countries around the world.