Liverpool Life Sciences UTC provides pupils with a unique educational experience. Students are encouraged to take a core curriculum of GCSEs and/or A Levels, plus a range of vocational qualifications. Business partners help to shape the curriculum by defining their skills requirements and providing projects, masterclasses and training that meets these needs.
For more information on the curriculum, please contact Lyndsay MacAulay
Culture & Wellbeing
Our culture programme actively engages students both locally and nationally, through a series of sessions designed to build upon aspects of culture, faith, finance, Latin and the local community, and our students’ role in it. Our wellbeing curriculum incorporates a varied programme of physical education classes for our students, including dance, gymnastics, field games and invasion games.
The UTC invests in Jigsaw – a whole-school approach to PSHE / Health & Well-being, which includes statutory RSHE (England DfE 2019). Every year group studies the same learning theme at the same time, really spiralling the learning up through the age groups. Read more here
Enrichment activities are key to building our students’ experience of the world outside the classroom. Designed to enhance applications for future study, apprenticeship and job applications, our enrichment activities are fun, compelling and diverse, allowing students to build their knowledge whilst building their confidence.
If you’re interested in learning more about our enrichment projects, click here…
Project-based learning is also a core element of our innovative educational approach. Each week, all students attend two periods dedicated to technical projects, where they work in teams on industry inspired projects. With access to industry-level laboratories and environments, our students can excel in the science and healthcare sectors, through close mentoring and support from our award-winning industry partners and sponsors.
SEND & Equalities
Please see our SEND Policy and Equalities Policy for further information on how we comply with duties in the Equality Act 2010 and the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014 about making our curriculum accessible for those with disabilities or SEND.