See what the DMUTC Field Gun Team have been doing this week
This annual celebration of apprenticeships will bring the whole apprenticeship community together to celebrate the impact of apprenticeships on individuals, employers and the economy.
Online Safety Day - see our Newsletter in the Safeguarding section for tips on how to stay safe online.
As part of our #WakeUpWednesday campaign, we've created a free online safety guide for schools to share with parents and carers about Grand Theft Auto
F1 in schools is a worldwide competition aimed at aspiring young engineers aged 11 – 18. The Professional Team are now through to the National Finals.
Derby UTC pays its respects to our fallen servicemen from Britain and the Commonwealth especially commemorating the 100th anniversary of the armistice of World War 1
All students that take Geography as an option will need to gather various types of data through practical experience. And where better to do this than the Derbyshire Dales on a sunny September day.
The students at the Derby Manufacturing UTC are celebrating well-earned success following a good results day on Thursday 16 August. There has been an overall increase of 22 points per student compared to the results from 2017 and an increase of 7 points per entry in our technical subjects.
A select few students from our year 11, 12 and 13 cohort spent a week down in Portsmouth taking part in the Junior Leaders Field Gun Challenge.
Some of our lower sixth form students had the opportunity to visit Toyota's car manufacturing plant located in our very own Derbyshire (Burnaston to be precise). Established in December 1989, the vehicle manufacturing plant currently makes the Toyota Avensis (1997–present), Toyota Auris (2006–present) and Toyota Auris Hybrid (2010–present). The students were provided with some insight into the future direction of engineering at Toyota. They were then given a tour of the plant followed by a very useful discussion on how they can direct their future careers. #manufactureyourfuture
Derby Manufacturing UTC's student council have organised a non-school uniform day and cake sale. They have raised £261. The cakes were donated by students and staff with all profits going to the British Lung Foundation. Furthermore, Mr Wheatcroft (School Principal) will also be raising money for the British Lung Foundation when he runs the London Marathon this Sunday.
In April, we took our Year 10 students on a visit to the 2018 MACH event at Birmingham’s NEC. This huge space was packed full of exhibitors from a wide range of companies across the engineering manufacturing sector. We were fortunate enough to receive demonstrations from leading companies such as Fanuc and Intermac, who showed our students their latest innovative technologies in action. Our students, the leading engineers of the future, had a fantastic experience. They learnt lots, took advantage of opportunities to gets hands-on with some cutting-edge pieces of kit, and came home with mountains of goodies!