Key Stage 5 Years 12 & 13
What you learn at GPUTC depends on which of our specialisms you may choose – Engineering, the Built Environment or STEM subjects. We are firm believers in learning by doing and the employer projects are a key feature of our curriculum. Our employer sponsors will set exciting and challenging technical projects that will inspire you to develop your skills and give you the chance to test them out in a real-life context.
The GPUTC KS5 program covers the following key points;
• Delivered as a study programme which combines qualifications and other activities such as employer projects, challenges and career guidance and support which is tailored to each student’s prior attainment and career goals
• The GPUTC core aim are for our learners to study STEM subjects at KS5 which is the study of substantial technical and academic qualification(s) and preparation for employment
• Learners who do not hold a GCSE grade 4 (reformed grading) or grade C (legacy grading) in maths and/or English are required to continue these subjects as part of their study programme
• All study programmes include work experience and non-qualification activities through our employer sponsors, which complement the other elements of the programme and support the learner to progress to further or higher education or to employment
Work experience pays
At the GPUTC, you will get real-life work experience by getting involved in Employer Projects through our employers and key sponsors: Anglian Water, Marshalls Aerospace and Larkfleet Homes, which will maximise your chances of getting a rewarding and respected job when you leave us.
Thinking of going to University?
When you have completed your studies at GPUTC, this will put you in a prime position when it comes to applying for a place at university with the added value of real-life work experience to support your application.
In Year 12 students have the option of specialising in Engineering or the Built Environment and supplement this with one or two A Level options. The Key Stage 5 Options booklet below provides more details on the different pathways available to students who wish to enter the Sixth Form at GPUTC.
Students select 2 or 3 a levels from our pool of subjects
|Chemistry||Art and Design||Geography|
The curriculum will also include Qualifications Plus for all students which is made up of:
- Personal Social Health Education (PSHE)
- Information, advice and guidance (Including careers and progression)
- Enrichment programmes
- Philosophy and Ethics