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Take a look at the latest UTC Reading news, including projects our students have been working on and awards they’ve won.

April 2016

  • Students team up for Thames Tunnel challenge

    Published 28/04/16

    On Friday 22 April, a group of Year 10 and 11 UTC Reading students visited Thames Water to take part in a unique activity delivered by a STEM ambassador from the Thames Tideway Tunnel project team.

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  • Primary schools race to reach F1 in Schools final

    Published 28/04/16

    On Tuesday 19 April, we were delighted to host the 2016 Jaguar Primary School Challenge F1 in Schools Regional Final.

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  • Cisco in the classroom

    Published 22/04/16

    This week saw a team of five Cisco engineers, including three UTC Reading alumni, delivering the first in a series of practical sessions with current students. 

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  • Visit helps students stay safe online

    Published 22/04/16

    Last month Intel visited UTC Reading to give our students a briefing on safe Internet conduct.

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  • Challenge proves life is a rollercoaster

    Published 19/04/16

    Just before the Easter break, Michaela Brown from AMEC Foster Wheeler visited the UTC to deliver an engineering workshop to some of our Year 12 students.

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  • Students develop software testing skills with professionals

    Published 14/04/16

    During the Easter break, a group of UTC Reading students took time out of their holiday to participate in “Software Testing Week”.

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  • UTC Reading newsletter April 2016

    Published 13/04/16

    Welcome to the April edition of the UTC newsletter. Take a look at the range of exciting activities that have been taking place throughout the past month.

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  • HRH The Duke of York awards outstanding performance from UTC students

    Published 04/04/16

    UTC Reading students and alumni recently joined over 100 students from UTCs across the country at the 2016 Duke of York Awards Ceremony at St James’ Palace in London.

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