City Technology College


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city technology college

n
(Education) (in Britain) a type of senior secondary school specializing in technological subjects, set up in inner-city areas with funding from industry as well as the government. Abbreviation: CTC
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City Technology College

n (Brit) → istituto tecnico superiore (finanziato dall'industria)
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Steph, an Irish dancing champion, went to Kader Primary School followed by Macmillan City Technology College.
The 14-year-old, from Tile Cross, currently receives lessons from City Technology College, Kingshurst Academy by email.
New educational facilities are to be built at the City Technology College Kingshurst Academy as part of a pounds 10.
The party's education spokesman Phil Willis said the same inspectors who said religious education was "excellent" at Emmanuel City Technology College in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, which teaches a "creationist" view of the earth's history, criticised another leading state school for "poor spiritual development".
The school was opened as Macmillan City Technology College on November 15, 1989, and converted to academy status in 2006.
Without citing evidence, he claims such influence for Emmanuel College, Gateshead, but fails to remind us that Emmanuel was established over 20 years ago as a city technology college in a different political and economic environment.
Wednesday: City Technology College Carol Service, 7.
Emmanuel College in Gateshead is a city technology college, a controversial education innovation of the Thatcher Government uniting the state and local commerce and industry in partnership.
The new City Technology College planned for Torfaen would have been funded by the same organisation which runs the controversial Emmanuel College in Gateshead, which has been heavily criticised for teaching the biblical creation theory alongside evolution.
Thomas Telford was set up as a city technology college 11 years ago.
Capital Sun comprise lead singer and acoustic guitarist Glen, 25, a former pupil at City Technology College who now sells wine in Selfridges, and bandmates Andy Smith (electric guitar), Chris Taylor (drums) and Luke Weston (bass, backing vocals).
Glenn is one of four former pupils from City Technology College in Afghanistan.