School leadership teams across the country are choosing to offer BTEC as part of a broader, more inclusive curriculum. They are seeing the benefits to attainment, to motivation and to student progression. Hear below from a wide range of different schools offering BTEC, and find out how a BTEC program is supporting their bespoke needs.
BTECs in schools are often delivered alongside academic qualifications. Many schools are offering three pathways; academic, vocational or a blended route of both academic and vocational qualifications.
How can BTEC help student achievement?
How can BTEC improve student engagement in their studies?
Links with local industry in Liverpool help students at Archbishop Beck see how their learning relates to real-life careers.
Archbishop Beck College
At Campion School in Leamington the BTEC assessment model means students can see the results of their work from the very beginning.
Offering BTECs has allowed all students access to a style of learning and assessment that works for them.
How can BTEC help my students progress?
BTECs give students the knowledge and practical skills to support their progression on to a variety of university degrees.
Helping students with low aspirations find a future career that excites them, through links with local workplaces.
At St Simon Stock in Kent, BTEC is giving students the tools they need to thrive at university, with courses that mirror studying for a degree.
St Simon Stock