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NewsPosted on: 10/08/2021
A Level Results Day!
A level press statement
Trinity School is pleased to report some outstanding achievements from our year 13 students in their A level, applied courses and their extended project qualifications this year.
This year, following the cancellation of exams, grades were awarded through a process of teacher assessed grades, against a national standard and approved and awarded by the exam boards. The government is not publishing performance data for any schools or colleges this year due to the varying impact of the pandemic.
Headmaster Dr Pawson writes:
"Year 13 have been great ambassadors for Trinity School throughout their time with us. We are immensely proud of both their achievements here and the young people they have become”
In addition to some impressive academic performances, students in year 13 have displayed tremendous perseverance whilst in the sixth form, learning remotely through two national lockdowns. They have demonstrated a level of determination and character often not seen until later in life."
With some stellar performances across the year group particular we would like to mention the following by name.
Patrick Cox securing 4 A* Grades, leaves pursuing Engineering at Edinburgh. Matthew Malcomson with 3 A*s and an A grade is heading to study Engineering at Oxford. Kaspar Comber achieving 4 A*s will study International History and Politics at Leeds University. Joshua Davies achieving 3 A*s and an A at A level, along with an A* in his Extended Project will study Mathematics and Statistics at Bath. Rebecca Graham achieving A*, A*, A goes to study English and Drama at Exeter. Head Boy David La Trobe leaves to study History and Politics at York having secured A*, A, A. Head Girl Eloise Mugliston will study English and History at York have been awarded A*, A*, A.
Congratulations also to Ben Atkinson, Gabriella Estrada-Castillon, Samantha Hurst, Alessa Iveson, Harriet Mason, Angus Read, Max Tindal, Jaco Van Eeden and Patrick Walton who all achieved 3 A grades or higher!
As all our students take their next steps, we as a school are excited to start again as students sign up to the sixth form on Thursday following their GCSE outcomes.