The Uniformed Services Academy learning area offers an exciting and realistic environment for those looking to enter the uniformed public services, made up of a dynamic teaching team who have extensive uniformed service experience and who regularly take students to win competitions around the country.
The teachers help you to find the right path for you and treat everyone fairly, but no-one the same, because we are all individuals. They help you make your strengths stronger and target your weaknesses
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Beth was an excellent student, doing consistently well in all of her subjects. However her achievements in Public Services were particularly outstanding. During her time at Itchen she gained a Commendation as part of the National BTEC Awards for her work as part of the Uniformed Services Academy, a highly prestigious honour.
Beth gained a D*D* in her Public Services BTEC, as well as a D* in Criminology and a B in Psychology A2, and completed her Duke of Edinburgh's Award.
On Wednesday 3 May, another Uniformed Services team took on the Army Competition at Thorney Island Army Base. The Itchen students were up against tough…Read more >
On Tuesday 2 May, our Uniformed Services Academy competed in the Army Competition at Thorney Island Army Base. Our Itchen students are the reigning Hampshire…Read more >
Between Monday 13 and Wednesday 15 March, a team of 12 Uniformed Services students travelled to Wales to compete in the Gwent South Wales Army Competition. The…Read more >
Mark Hughes - Learning Area Manager for Uniformed Services Academy
Teacher of Public Services