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Outline of KS5 Curriculum

OUTLINE OF KS5 CURRICULUM

Elutec Curriculum

Elutec (East London UTC) provides an education for students who wish to pursue a career in Science, Maths, Design, Engineering and Technology.

Sixth Form (Key stage 5) courses

There are four STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) pathways in our Sixth Form, each leading to a STEM course at University or an Engineering apprenticeship.

With the exception of students completing Further Maths, all students are expected to complete the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ).

Alongside their main courses of study, Sixth Form students are encouraged to participate in an hour of PE each week and extra curriculum programmes such as First Give.

Technical Level 3

For students expecting to achieve GCSE grade 4 and above in English Language and Maths, alongside four other subjects.

Extended Diploma in Engineering plus EPQ

Technical Level 3 with A Level Maths

For students expecting to achieve GCSE grade 4 and above in English Language alongside four other subjects, and a GCSE grade 7 or above in Maths.

Diploma in Engineering, plus A Level Maths and EPQ

Technical Baccalaureate

For students expecting to achieve GCSE grade 7 in at least five subjects, including GCSE Maths.

Extended Diploma in Engineering, A Level Maths, EPQ and for some students AS Further Maths

A Level

For students expecting to achieve GCSE grade 5 and above in English Language and Maths, alongside four other subjects.

Please note that for students selecting A Level Physics, A Level Maths must also be completed. GCSE grade 7 and above in Maths is required to study A Level Physics and Maths.

Select a combination of three A level subjects plus EPQ in any of the following subjects:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Maths
  • Further Maths
  • Product Design
  • Computer Science

UTC leavers are in high demand by employers, as there is a lack of people with high level technical skills, alongside academic skills. In 2018, 62% of Elutec year 13 leavers progressed on to a course at University and 38% took up an offer of an apprenticeship.

 

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