What a fantastic turnout for our first open evening of the season.
September saw the launch of the UTC's innovative new BTEC Level 2 engineering qualification 'Performing Manufacturing Operations', based on producing an electric car....well, actually, two!
South Bank UTC posted its first set of results this summer, with great successes to be reported.
In line with our 'Innovate' ethos, students at South Bank UTC have been regularly leading assemblies.
We were incredibly fortunate to host Shaun Wallace from the popular TV show The Chase.
Our September 2018 Year 10 cohort were treated to some refreshing learning on their induction day recently....
One striking thing about schools is how little they change.....
One of our Year 12 industry projects is with Squire and Partners architects and Brixton Windmill.
We have been privileged to host a series of talks from industry professionals throughout the year.
Year 11 students have been rewarded for their hard work with results that literally blew us away! They have surpassed the national averages in all of the top tier grades. So, after……
We were honoured to be invited by Amy Cable, SEE Package Manager at Skanska’s HS2 project team to meet a number of inspirational female engineers on the project, to find out about careers in civil engineering.
After hosting Deputy Chief of Mission of the US Embassy Lew Lukens last year, we were delighted to further cement our special relationship with the embassy by attending an invitation only screening of the inspirational movie, Hidden Figures.
If you’re a student at South Bank UTC, that’s the truthful answer!
Students were incredibly lucky to be given a unique insight into a career in engineering and construction through the eyes of one of our sponsors, Skanska UK.
Year 12 students have enjoyed making a big wave machine in their Physics A level course with Miss Ardell. Armed with wooden skewers, fruit jellies and duct tape, their final effort measured nearly five metres!
As part of their BTEC First in Engineering, this was the question posed to Year 10 students before they embarked on a field trip to the Thames Water Hogsmill centre.
We are delighted with our brand new buildings. Our students and staff are now benefiting from the outstanding facilities South Bank Engineering UTC now boasts, including the engineering workshops, science laboratories and computing suites
We are working closely with Brixton Design Trail in a number of ways. For example many of our students are working with architects and builders to submit a design for the Brixton railway bridge, a gateway into the area.