Shireland Biomedical UTC recently welcomed its incoming Year 12 students at their eagerly anticipated induction day.
The induction day offered students a unique insight into their new sixth form and what awaits them during their studies at the Academy. Students were able to experience an array of engaging activities, including sessions delivered by the West Midlands Ambulance Service. These experiences not only allowed students to explore and learn more about their chosen subjects in depth, but also get to know their teachers and forge newfound friendships.
The sessions led by the West Midlands Ambulance Service stood out as a definite highlight, providing a hands-on opportunity for students to step into the world of emergency services and its professionals. This enlightening experience broadened their horizons and deepened their understanding of the professions that they aspire to.
This year’s induction day certainly proved a resounding success and attracted outstanding levels of commitment from students, setting a precedent for the forthcoming academic year beginning in September.
Kayleigh Steed, Head of Sixth Form at Shireland Biomedical UTC, commented: “It’s been an absolute delight to officially welcome and meet our new year 12 cohort to Shireland Biomedical UTC.
“As we stand on the threshold of another promising year filled with opportunities, growth and accomplishments, our excitement knows no bounds. We are excited to be part of this exciting new chapter in our students’ lives and are fully committed to offering our steadfast support and guidance throughout their journey here with us.”