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Welcome from the Principal

Gareth Lister

Gareth Lister

Principal at SGS Berkeley Green UTC

An outstanding school provides a first class academic education. A great college must deliver excellent technical skills and meaningful links with employers and academic partners. At Berkeley Green University Technical College, we provide the best of both worlds, setting you on the path to a great career in digital technologies or engineering. Year 9 and Year 11 are important transition points, where you will face some vital choices about your learning. The decisions you make now will influence your future. I am excited that you are thinking of coming to Berkeley Green UTC and taking advantage of all that we have to offer. Learn more about the UTC

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Revitalised Bloodhound gets new livery and headquarters @ SGS Berkeley Green UTC

At today’s opening of the project’s new headquarters, the Bloodhound Land Speed Record (LSR) team announced they are firmly back on the trail of a world land speed record. Under the new ownership of Ian War...Read more

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Better Prospects

Nearly three quarters of students feel that their prospects are better than if they'd stayed in their mainstream school and believe that going to the UTC was the right choice for them

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Better Links

Comparing their UTC with their previous school, more than three quarters feels links with business, employer projects and specialist equipment are better.

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Improvements

60% of students feel their work has improved since starting at the UTC

Data sourced: Baker Dearing Educational Trust
The annual survey of UTCs students received responses from 1855 students from 20 UTCs which was undertaken in May 2016.