Thank you for your interest in Aylesbury UTC’s Sixth Form!
Here at Aylesbury we aim to send young professional people for our Sixth Form to be work ready with relevant qualifications focused on their future careers. This vision is central to the two important years in sixth form where students focus on the subjects they enjoy and develop knowledge and understanding of the aspects of life that are important to them.
Aylesbury UTC offer 2 course options in Computing and Health. Focused qualifications for 16- to 19-year olds. T Levels are equivalent to three A-levels and are also backed by hundreds of British businesses, recognised by Universities, who helped to design the courses.
Come along to an Open Event to find out more.
Whether you are a current Aylesbury UTC student or from another school you will be joining us at an exciting time in our forward looking and growing Sixth Form. If you interests and career ambitions include the such varied pathways towards Computing or Health, we are sure you will find AUTC is an enjoyable and exciting place to be.
Entry requirement is you will need to achieve is 5 x GCSEs at Grade 4+ (or the equivalent vocational qualifications), preferably with a grade 5+ in English Language, Maths and Science.
We’re inviting all students wanting to join for Sixth Form, Year 12 that have a genuine interest in our Computing or T Level Health specialisms to find out more. If you wish to explore and meet some of our professional employer partners and see our leading-edge facilities. You will be wowed because there is nothing like seeing it for yourselves!
Furthermore with growing confidence and being treated like an adult, our business-style learning environment is unique and becoming more popular every year. Aylesbury UTC enables you to dedicate your study for the career of your future.
As a result of having a full range of work ready skills Aylesbury UTC aim to send young professional people to be work ready with relevant qualifications focused on their future careers. This vision is central to students focus on the subjects they enjoy and develop knowledge and understanding of the aspects of life that are important to them.
Besides, Aylesbury UTC aim to deliver an education embedded with Employer Partners making us distinctly different to other schools and colleges. Importantly, still prioritising the fulfilment of each individual’s potential in their qualifications, but also enabling our young people to develop a deeper understanding of the world around them, their place in it and how they can contribute to society.
To ensure success we:
Every year we welcome students into our sixth form from other schools and the students very quickly find friends and settle in. We are proud to be an inclusive, exciting and ambitious sixth form that delivers excellent results. We look forward to hearing from you.
We greatly encourage our students to give something back to the school and our wider community during their time in our Sixth Form.
We are proud to be running the world’s leading youth achievement award. Students have the opportunity to take part and develop skills that will remain with them for the rest of their lives.
T-levels are new, government-backed, career focused qualifications for 16- to 19-year olds. They’re equivalent to three A-levels and are also backed by hundreds of British businesses, who helped to design the courses.
T-levels are offered by many schools and colleges across England and offer your child an ideal first step into their future career. As of September 2022, there are 16 different T-levels to choose from, with even more being made available from September 2023.
Each two-year course has been designed with employers from multiple sectors and combines classroom study with a 45-day industry placement to prepare your child for the world of work, or further study like a higher level apprenticeship or university.
More information about T-Levels for parents is available HERE.
A UTC is about combining real projects and placements, alongside practical thinking; preparing our students for the world of work with a mixture of experiences, qualifications and transferrable skills. They benefit from, and value, the learning about life gained from their time spent working closely with employers on placements.