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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.

June 2021

  • Benji's burning with ambition

    Published 30/06/21

    Here at University Technical College Reading, we’re used to turning out remarkable young men and women, but every so often we meet someone who really stands out…

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  • Fascinating learning sessions

    Published 23/06/21

    Our students have been involved in some fascinating learning sessions recently. Here’s just a few:

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  • Year 10&12 induction and transition days

    Published 23/06/21

    We’ve got a whole raft of transition and induction events coming up over the next few weeks for those joining the school or moving up to sixth form.

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  • Calling local employers

    Published 17/06/21


    UTC Reading is calling for local employers in the digital, science and technology field to work with us to bring industry knowledge into the classrooms and get our teachers into industry, and in turn get themselves ‘first dibs’ on some of the most sought-after young talent in the Thames Valley.

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  • Brains put to the test in Biology Challenge

    Published 09/06/21

    Year 10 and 12 UTCR students were tested to see whether they know their chlorophyll from their chromosomes in a national Biology Challenge ran by UK Biology Competitions (UKBC).

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  • Pride month

    Published 04/06/21

    This month (June) we are celebrating Pride, which every year marks the contribution of the LGBTQIA+ community to the world.

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  • Innovation Ben inspiring future inventors

    Published 02/06/21

    Inspiring the designers and engineers of tomorrow has long been one of our major goals at UTC Reading, and now a lifelong friendship between our very own Principal Jonathan Nicholls and inventor Ben Edmonds looks set to develop this even further.

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  • Active Learning
  • Microsoft
  • Cisco
  • University of Reading
  • Network Rail
  • Peter Brett