In January 2020 the UTC Life Sciences scored Good in its second Ofsted inspection.
“We are absolutely committed to creating life changing opportunities in our school for our young people. Our latest Ofsted inspection confirms the Liverpool Life Sciences UTC is not only a Good school, but also one where we prepare young people for their future with ambition, professionalism and expert advice and guidance. We are very proud of the continued hard work of the team.” Says Nigel Ward, Chief Executive of Northern Schools Trust.
The latest Ofsted report found that the school continues to raise students aspirations for their careers by supporting them to take part in a wide array of science projects and work experience with prestigious employers, giving them expert mentoring. Leaders, governors and UTC staff are passionate about helping pupils to become successful and active citizens and this was noted in the latest report.
“We’re naturally very pleased about maintaining the good inspection for the Liverpool Life Sciences UTC so early on in the journey of new UTC Principal Jill Davies. This now gives us the time to work strategically towards outstanding in all areas and maintain our exceptional records in Behaviour and attitudes and Personal Development.” Says Nigel Ward.
Students at the UTC enjoy their time there and many students that have previously had poor experiences in education flourish in a caring and supportive environment, with our sixth form students acting as role models for younger students as they prepare for higher education, employment or further training in healthcare and life sciences.
“Liverpool Life Sciences is a good school, and we are really happy that this continues to be recognised by Ofsted. It was a pleasure to be able to show the inspection team the things that make us exceptional, our incredible team, our fantastic kids, our innovative lab spaces, our work with employer partners. We are delighted that they recognised again the professionalism, ambition and success of our young people through not only their academic achievements but their journey on to life changing destinations.” Says Jill Davies, Principle of the UTC Life Sciences.