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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.

January 2019

  • KS5 students enjoy hands-on industry training with leading employer partners

    Published 31/01/19

    On Thursday 31 January, UTC Reading held its third UTC Pipeline Programme day for KS5 students. These all day sessions were led by our employer partners: Microsoft, Salesforce, Fujitsu, NTT Security, John Lewis, Airbyte, Network Rail, KBR, KBR Government, Peter Brett Associates (PBA), SSE, Equinix, Costain and AWE, both on and offsite.

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  • Italian student thrives in studies at UTC Reading after moving to the UK

    Published 30/01/19

    Sixth Form student Traecy joined UTC Reading in Year 12, after leaving Italy to study in the UK.

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  • Robotics and Drone Club arrives at UTC Reading

    Published 29/01/19

    On 10 January, the Robotics and Drone Club met for the first time at UTC Reading. The club will run every Thursday from 3.30 - 4.30pm for Year 10 and 11 students.

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  • HRH, The Princess Royal visits UTC Reading to help launch online resource to help girls find rewarding careers in STEM

    Published 23/01/19

    On Wednesday 23 January, UTC Reading received a visit from HRH, The Princess Royal and Patron of WISE, to mark the launch of a new online career game for young girls, with a group of UTC Reading students being the first to test it out.

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  • Current student set for the future with academic study and enrichment programmes

    Published 22/01/19

    Sixth Form student Glory joined UTC Reading in Year 12 following a recommendation from another college.

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  • Current Student Board President looks towards an exciting future thanks to UTC Reading

    Published 15/01/19

    Year 13 Student Board President, James, joined UTC Reading in Year 10. Now in his final year, we caught up with him to hear about his experience of Sixth Form life…

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