Connecting education and industry.
The Engineering UTC Northern Lincolnshire, is one of 50 University Technical Colleges (UTCs) across the country, purpose-built to prepare young people for the world of work. The ENL UTC, delivers an innovative concept of education for 13-19 year olds that combines technical, practical and academic learning. By doing so, our students are able to gain much more than the traditional GCSE and A Level qualifications that enables them to get ahead of the competition by developing the ‘character’ to succeed in their chosen career path.
Alongside of the traditional GCSE and A Level curriculum, our students have the unique opportunity to study technical qualifications that provide them with the invaluable skills employers are looking for in their future workforce. From the age of 13 our students are in a mature environment developed specifically to prepare young individuals for a broad range of career opportunities.
Working alongside some of the regions leading employers, our hands-on curriculum provides exciting projects for our students to work on, alongside of masterclasses and on-site opportunities that allow them first-hand experience of the exciting career paths available. Nowhere else provides young individuals with the chance to develop invaluable skills from expert staff and through unique employer-led projects from the age of 13.
ENL UTC students build knowledge and understanding of the working world through…
- Contributing and participating in industry-inspired projects
- Visiting employer partners to gain firsthand experience from the experts
- Partnering with the engineering faculty at the University of Hull
- Working with mentors from both industry and education
Students develop invaluable employability skills through…
- Working towards and achieving their Humber LEP Employability Passport
- Building a record of academic and professional achievement
- Leading and taking part in a variety of enrichment activities
- Receiving the very best in careers education from expert staff and industry partners
Our curriculum enables students to develop highly sought after skills:
- Self-management and organisation
- Teamwork and collaboration
- Business and customer awareness
- Problem-solving and resilience
- Communication and literacy
- Enquiry and analysis
- Technological confidence and technical skills through the application of numeracy and IT
Based on Carlton Street, in the centre of Scunthorpe town centre and close to both bus and train stations, our £12m facility is a learning environment like no other in our region, allowing our students to experience the world of work first hand.
With a range of engineering and manufacturing workshop spaces, classrooms and labs, our facilities have been purpose built to create an inspiring and engaging learning environment. Our building is designed to help our students maximise their learning experience from the moment they step foot through our doors, and to have access to resources that they wouldn’t have in any other school.
We are a Good school
As an education provider, we are governed by Ofsted. To read our full Ofsted report, please follow the link below.
“Pupils and students have a strong commitment to learning and demonstrate strong work related skills and attitudes. They are proud of their college.”Ofsted, 2018
“The University Technical College (UTC) is supported and challenged by knowledgeable, effective governors and committed and enthusiastic business partners.”Ofsted, 2018
“The relationships between staff, pupils and students in the 16─19 provision are very positive and promote a culture of respect.”Ofsted, 2018
“Leaders ensure that the UTC provides equal opportunities for boys and girls, of all abilities and backgrounds, to follow a pathway to an appropriate destination in training, education or employment. ”Ofsted, 2018
“The relationships between teachers and pupils are very strong and, as a result, they enhance learning opportunities. Pupils are confident to ask questions and are keen to learn.”Ofsted, 2018
“The business-like uniform, combined with the work environment, successfully promotes high levels of mutual respect and the employability skills required for life and work in modern Britain.”Ofsted, 2018
“Careers information, advice and guidance are an integral part of pupils’ learning experience through close relationships with employers and specialist links with further and higher education and apprenticeship providers. ”Ofsted, 2018