IT course to teach maths and science at an IT school for the first time
Computer courses in the United Kingdom will be taught in an IT-focused school in 2016.
The College of Computing at Cheltenham University will teach maths, science and engineering courses through the IT school called IT2C, which will open its doors in August.
“We are building on the strengths of the IT2CC and creating a new digital learning environment for the next generation of students,” chief executive of IT2CEV, Michael Smith, said.
“With the opportunity to learn from world-leading teachers, we are also taking a more active role in helping students to achieve the best possible results.”
The new school will be in partnership with Cheltenhampshire County Council, which is running the school.
“This is the first digital learning institution to open in the UK,” Cheltenhar Council chief executive, Andrew Meeks, said in a statement.
“Our partnership with IT2CAV will help us build a stronger network of students and teachers, ensuring we have the best support available to our students.”
By opening a new IT2CT school, we can deliver a more inclusive and open learning environment that works for our students, teachers and communities.
“Cheltenham County Council said the school will provide a more positive learning environment with more support and support for the students and staff.