We are pleased to announce Trinity School’s first ever set of GCSE results. Students who arrived without a building five years ago, have seen a great deal of change and have achieved an impressive first set of GCSE grades.
As well as this being our first year, many of the exams were being taken nationally for the first time.
Students have achieved strong grades across all subjects and from a range of starting points. Overall, 75% of all grades were 4 (old C grade) or higher with students performing particularly well in the new courses. We are also pleased that 20% of all grades were a 7 (old A grade) or higher. These results are expected to put us in the top quarter of all schools once the national results are published.
Maddie Thompson and Cameron Renwick in particular deserve note achieving nine Grade 8s and 9s each, equivalent to 9A* grades.
Erin Taylor, Louis Decleyn, Joanna Creak, Hannah Bolton, Joseph Ballard, Jessica Beddoe, Benjamin Brooks-Wilkins, Steven Garner, Alex Macmillan and Joshua Vickers all achieved at least five Grade 7s or better.
It is important to celebrate a large number of students who bettered their targets. Amongst these Lucy Gillett, Alex Black, Alina Vyerova, Katie Jones, Lucy Townsend and Abigail Lester were far above expectations.
Headmaster Mr Pawson writes:
We are delighted with our first set of GCSE results and we celebrate today the phenomenal effort and hard work of both our students and staff. Today’s results have demonstrated that Trinity is well on the way to becoming an exceptional educational provider, with so many students achieving outstanding grades and making huge strides in progress since they started with us. We now look forward to welcoming many of them into the sixth form.