LDE UTC Learners have become the National Champions
LDEUTC’s innovative remote learning technology enables employer engagement and opportunities for our learners
Channel 5 News films Theo's take on the government's A Level results issue.
Lola in Year 9 was awarded a Chromebook by ISG, the construction company where she recently completed her work experience.
Year 9 Learners, Megan and Diekolola, have been given an opportunity to participate in the prestigious Imperial College London's Summer School programme later this year.
As soon as he became aware of the lack of personal protective equipment available to the NHS, quick thinking, creative student Dhiresh and his team of volunteers set about making protective visors, using 3D printers. Their story has been picked up by the local newspaper.
The Royal Institute of British Architects were impressed by our learners having met with them earlier this year, and have included highlights of their impressions on their website.
Learners recognised for digital excellence and team leading as part of the EdTech50 have the opportunity to present their projects to a live audience at Amazon HQ
To Everyone with Love. The catering staff at the LDE UTC baked fresh mouthwatering chocolate cakes to celebrate Valentine's Day.
Year 11 learners studying Engineering Manufacture, visited Brompton Bicycle Limited’s HQ in Greenford, West London.
It all started with a National Citizen Service (NCS) presentation in assembly, and now the LDE UTC is a Silver Award winner!
LDE Learners impressed international visitors from around the globe last week during the annual BETT Show. Find out about the many visitors and countries that were represented at our college and how our leaners engaged with our guests.
Learners demonstrate our appstore Augmented Reality App and card game with the award winning Augmentifyit live at the BETT 2020
Learners Live on the ‘world stage’ as they demonstrate 3D technologies used in learning at LDE UTC on the Promethean stand!
LDE UTC Rowing Club helps out at the CROSSFIT STRENGTH IN DEPTH 2020 Competition witnessing first hand what it takes to become an elite athlete.
The Christmas Lecture on ‘The Mathematical Equations Behind Alien Life’ delivered by Dr Keith Mansfield from Trinity College, Cambridge University attracts record interest from local learners.
On a wet and windswept Friday morning at the end of February, a team of eight Year 12 and 13 learners from London Design & Engineering UTC travelled to compete in one of the world’s largest indoor rowing events at the Copper Box Arena in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, London
Key Stage 5 Built Environment learners display their work in an exhibition.