FE Week Article March 2020
We are delighted that Ofsted has awarded Health Futures UTC a grade 3, less than 20 months after having placed the school in special measures. FE Week mentioned that students have demonstrated clear knowledge that the school aims to develop them for future careers in the healthcare industry.
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Health Futures A level results – Thursday 15th August 2019
Health Futures – Best A Level Results Yet! – 15 August 2019
Staff and students have celebrated some fantastic results and destinations at Health Futures today.
A level and BTEC results are the best yet with the majority of students moving on to university courses in health or scientific fields including medicine, occupational therapy, paramedic science, nursing and bio-medical science.
Pictured are Megan, Myah and Hollie who studied health and social care. Megan and Myah will be studying children’s nursing at BCU and Hollie who is looking forward to starting her apprenticeship at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
Health Future’s vision is to prepare young people for a future careers in health and social care and science professions.
Principal, Ruth Umerah said, “Students come to Health Futures to start their careers and their destinations this year are as impressive as their qualifications. The links we have established with employers in the health care sector present our students with fantastic opportunities. I am extremely proud of their achievements. The results this year follow a great deal of hard work and commitment from students and staff and reflect the changes that have been implemented and the quality of teaching and learning.”
Any students wishing to join Health Futures Sixth Form in September should contact them through firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0121 794 2888.
The open day for students wishing to join in September 2019 is on Saturday 12th October 2019.
Express & Star 9 May 2019
Our school was featured in the School Days section of the Express & Star newspapers!