Everything you learn is geared towards helping you get an apprenticeship, setting you up for university and starting an exciting career in high paying industries.
Although not directly involved in leadership and governance, these companies also contribute financially to the school and to our curriculum development, projects, work experience and careers information, advice and guidance. The list of our partners is growing all the time.
- Babcock, their moniker is “Engineering is in our DNA”. They provide skilled, bespoke engineering services which allow their customers to improve their own performance whilst reducing costs. They work in highly regulated environments managing complex assets for both defence and civil customers and offer exciting and challenging work experience and careers in Engineering.
- Baker Dearing Trust sits at the centre of the UTC network and focuses on promoting and supporting new and existing UTCs. There are currently 49 UTCs in England.
- The Royal Navy and UTC Plymouth held a ceremony to forge a link between the two organisations in late 2015. This link took the form of the presentation of a Charter, signed by the Head of the Navy, First Sea Lord, Admiral Sir George Zambellas. We're very proud of this affiliation and continue to discover new ways that this partnership can improve our students education and personal development here at UTC. With the recent addition of Rear Admiral Will Warrander CBE to our Board as a governor, the Royal Navy continues to invest in the UTC and provide countless opportunities for personal development, education and careers.
- Devonport High School for Boys is a grammar school and academy, for boys aged 11 to 18, in Plymouth. It has around 1,135 pupils. Its catchment area includes South West Devon and South East Cornwall as well as Plymouth.
- Plymouth Manufacturers' Group (or 'PMG') is an informal network of manufacturing companies from across the Plymouth Travel-to-Work-Area. Their membership includes household names like The Wrigley Company, Kawasaki and Ginsters (Samworth Bros). Also, major local employers such as Babcock Marine with its three hundred year heritage of shipbuilding and ship repair at the dockyard in Devonport.
- Plymouth Science Park is the largest Science & Technology Centre in the South West and the only organisation offering a total business environment including office space and laboratories. All supported with comprehensive on-site business support.
- Rittal is rapidly becoming the world's leading provider for enclosures, power distribution and climate control for use in computing data centres and infrastructure such as power, water and telecoms. With a large manufacturing facility in Plymouth accompanied by design and engineering departments, Rittal is a leading STEM employer in the area and a key partner to UTC Plymouth.
- The University of Plymouth is a public university based predominantly in Plymouth, where the main campus is located, but the university has campuses and affiliated colleges across South West England. With 21,645 students, it is the 38th largest in the United Kingdom.