Trinity School breaks all records...
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Trinity celebrates the highest GCSE results that the school has ever attained and its pupils have smashed all records since the school first opened its doors in 1994.
Over 99% of pupils gained 5 A*-G grades (inc. English and Maths), whilst an excellent 71% have achieved 5 A*-C grades (124 pupils out of a cohort of 175). This improves on last year's outstanding results. The figures for 5 A*-C (inc. English and Maths) are equally impressive with over 50% of candidates attaining the top grades. Trinity continues to focus on all pupils irrespective of ability, with all except one attaining at least 5 GCSEs including English and Maths.
Around 30% of the grades at GCSE were A*, A or B grades. There were many outstanding individual performances this year and amongst those the following are to be commended:
o Hannah Johnson 6A*, 2A, 2B, Pass
o Patricia Obawole 1A*, 8A, B, Merit
o Megan Dallimore 4A, 4B, 2C, Pass
o Francesca Lee 1A*, 7A, 1C
o Claire Carroll 1A*, 7A, 1B, Merit
o Daniel McDonald-Smith 4A*, 3A, 2B, 1C, Merit
o Matthew Armstrong 1A*, 7A, 1B, 1D, Pass
o Natalie Boden 1A*, 4A, 5B, Merit
o Jemima Okusanya 3A*, 2A, 5B, Pass
At A Level there were some equally pleasing performances with most students now moving on to their chosen university places or vocation. All 16 subjects at A Level secured a 100% pass rate, and 63% of grades were at A-C, an improvement of 10% on last year.
Trinity School continues to work hard with each and every pupil to ensure they achieve the very best possible grades. Commenting on this year's results, the Head Teacher Ian Collins said, "These results are a testament to the good relationship between pupils, parents and staff. I am especially proud that the school continues to raise standards across the whole ability range with all staff working hard to identify and nurture the skills and talents of each Trinity pupil."