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Posted on: 13/08/2020

Results Day!

We are proud to share our very first set of A-level outcomes at Trinity School. The journey that started in an office block seven years ago has reached its conclusion with students achieving some excellent and respectable results.

Our students have excelled over their two years of sixth form study. At the point of lockdown, students had recently completed their courses and were fully engaged in revision in readiness for their final exams.

With over half of students heading to university with some notably strong performances from Nihal Younus, achieving an A* in Mathematics and A grades in Biology, Chemistry and Physics and Ola Kujawinska achieving an A* in RE and A grades in History and Drama.


Hannah and Louis Nihal Sasha and Samantha
A proud moment for our Head Boy and Girl. Hannah Bolton will be studying medicine and Louis Stone is heading to Newcastle to study Marketing and Management.  Nihal, delighted with his A*AAA and will be studying medicine. Sasha Petrie will be studying Early Years Development and Learning at Norland and Samantha Drinkwater will be attending the University of Kent to study Psychology.
Oline and Grace Gracie, Lucy, Ola
Oline Axelsson will be studying Criminology at University of Kent and Grace Donohoe will be studying Journalism at University of Salford. Gracie Jordan will be attending University of the Arts London to study Graphic Design, Lucy Ginzler will be attending Royal Holloway, University of London to study Criminology and Sociology and Ola Kujawinska is going to study European Law at University of Kent.

We are also excited that a number of students including Richard Beaumont and Kurt Stammers are beginning apprenticeships, with Alex Doherty pursuing an Army career.

Trinity Sixth Form has expanded and continues to grow since this cohort of students started in 2018. We are delighted to have played an integral part in helping these talented individuals as they enter the exciting next chapter of their lives.

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