Uckfield Community Technology College

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Coordinates: 50°58′27″N 0°06′09″E / 50.9743°N 0.1024°E / 50.9743; 0.1024

Uckfield Community Technology College
UCTC Logo 2003.png
Motto Realising Potential
Established October 15, 1953[1]
Type Community school
Principal Hugh Hennebry BSc NPQH
Chair of Governors Heinrich Wasels
Location Downsview Crescent,
Uckfield,
East Sussex,
TN22 3DJ
England
Local authority East Sussex
DfE number 845/4037
DfE URN 114590 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Staff 198 (2013-2014)
Students Approx. 1,720 (2015-2016)[2]
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–18, also adult education through ACRES.
Colours Navy blue
Website www.uctc.org.uk

Uckfield Community Technology College (UCTC) is a community college situated in Uckfield, UK. It has approximately 1,720 students, including 370 in the sixth form college.[2]

The current principal is Hugh Hennebry, who replaced Craig Pamphilon at the beginning of September 2008.[3]

The school has educational links with New York City, Boston, Germany, Ghana, and India[citation needed]. In addition to these, each year students from the college take part in an exchange with students from Bismarckschule in Elmshorn, Germany[citation needed].

The school runs a number of educational and cultural events, including an annual Model United Nations known as "MUNGA" (Model United Nations General Assembly),[4] international group trips, and local student drama and music performances.

Chromebook for Learning Scheme[edit]

In 2015, the school announced an opt-in scheme to introduce Chromebooks into the classroom,[5] aimed at helping pupils "organise, communicate, learn and study at home and in school".[6]

Notable former pupils[edit]

Ofsted[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://uckfieldnews.com/how-uctc-has-grown-in-60-years/
  2. ^ a b Uckfield Community Technology College Prospectus, 2015-2016
  3. ^ [1] News article discussing the replacement of school principle Craig Pamphilon with Hugh Hennebry
  4. ^ https://www.uctc.org.uk/MUNGA2015
  5. ^ [2] Blog post announcing the Chromebook for Learning scheme
  6. ^ [3] Document for parents outlining the Chromebook for Learning Scheme

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