UTC students have achieved outstanding GCSE results in our specialist subjects; engineering, maths, science and technology.
74% of GCSE students achieved top grades in the UTC specialisms of engineering and the three separate sciences. Results were equally as strong in English and maths with 73% and 84% of students achieving a grade 4-9 respectively.
“This has been a very difficult year for us all but particularly for year 11 students who have endured disruption to their studies for the last two academic years. Therefore, we are particularly pleased that despite numerous challenges our students have achieved excellent and very well-deserved GCSE results.” said the Principal of Lincoln UTC, John Morrison.
“We are delighted that many of our year 11 students have chosen to remain at the UTC to continue their studies in our sixth form, and also look forward to welcoming new students in September.”
UTC students Gabrielle Pirie and Elsie Taylor-Camm achieved seven grade 9s in their GCSEs and two distinction* grades in their Cambridge National engineering qualifications. Both students plan to continue at the UTC in September studying A Levels in maths, physics, and chemistry.
Gabrielle’s mother, Kate Thomson, said: “When Gabrielle joined Lincoln UTC, she found a school where she could truly flourish and reach her potential. She has worked very hard, received the right support to challenge and develop her abilities, and achieved the excellent results that she deserves.
"I would like to thank all of the teachers and staff at Lincoln UTC who have done an amazing job during an extraordinary couple of years to guide this GCSE cohort through their examinations.”
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