26th August 2014
Sophie Fischer was this year’s top performer at Trinity School in Teignmouth coming away with ten grades A* and one A. Sophie has already excelled nationally in the UK Maths Challenge and her GCSEs have rounded off a superb year.
Close behind were Indi Davey and Evie Old with eight A*/A grades each and Sophie Hewes, Hannah Powe and Libby Roberts, each with seven. Best performing boys were James Pearson and Benjamin Wells, coming away with five top grades each.
Headmaster Tim Waters says “it’s been another very pleasing year, with over forty percent of pupils coming away with at least one A/A* grade. We have another great group of pupils moving up to Sixth Form and this year’s results have laid strong foundations for their future.”
Trinity is a non-selective school and their Academic Deputy Head, Wendy Martin, said “we are delighted that so many pupils have achieved well above expectation and made the very best of their abilities.”
Indi Davey gets a hug from Ellie Wyles