Technology College

Technology College is a term used in the United Kingdom for a secondary specialist school that focuses on design and technology, mathematics and science. These were the first type of specialist schools, beginning in 1994. In 2008 there were 598 Technology Colleges in England, of which 12 also specialise in another subject.

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Cardinal Wiseman Catholic Technology College
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Applemore Technology College
... Applemore Technology College is a secondary school in Hampshire, England, situated near the small village of Dibden Purlieu very near to the New Forest ... the ages of 11 and 16 and has had specialist subject status for the teaching of Technology ... The college's slogan is "going forward together." The number of students on roll has dropped in the last few years from 854 in 2001 down to 491 in 2012 ...
Ashdown Technology College - History - Year 2000 To The Present
... Specialist Schools programme, Ashdown became a Technology College and changed its name to Ashdown Technology College ... New technology is added in several classrooms, including interactive whiteboards ... In 2006 Ashdown was redesignated as a Technology College with Vocational Learning added to its specialisms ...

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