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Fantastic results for UTC students

Year 11 students at SGS Berkeley Green UTC  are celebrating a fantastic set of GCSE results.

SGS Berkeley Green UTC is a STEM specialist school, offering traditional academic subjects alongside technical qualifications in engineering, digital technologies and cyber security.

Students performed exceptionally well in their specialist engineering and digital technology courses, with almost a third of them achieving the highest grades possible.

The core curriculum English, maths and science courses also delivered some outstanding results.

On average, students achieved one grade higher per subject than they were expected to when they joined the UTC in year 10.

Gareth Lister, headteacher, said: "We are incredibly proud of our students. These results show not only the high quality of education we offer, but the professionalism, positivity and hard work that our year 11 students have.

"Applications are still open for any young person just about to start year 10 to join us in September. These results show that they will get both a high quality English, maths and science experience, but they will also be in expert hands in their area of technical specialism."

For more information, please visit https://academytrust.sgscol.ac.uk/sgs-berkeley-green-utc or email office@berkeleygreenutc.org.uk and find out how SGS Berkeley Green UTC successfully offers today's education for tomorrow's careers.

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