A Level results prove that Trinity’s individual approach works!
16th August 2018
A fantastic set of A level results have highlighted the hard work of this year’s cohort and that the individual approach to each pupil’s education at Trinity School really does work.
This year’s results, which saw 90% of all A levels and BTECs receiving A*-C with an impressive 45% receiving A*/A, are as a result of superb work from talented pupils. The school recognises that one size does not fit all by offering a wide range of options in different qualifications.
A key focus over the last few years has been to work with pupils on realising their aspirations and dreams by recognising what qualifications and experiences would be most useful and relevant to them. This has meant students have sat A Levels, BTECs, or a combination of both in order to reach their goals.
Ben Ashfield achieved straight A’s in his A levels and will be heading off to Newcastle University to study Dentistry, while Flynn Bonar-Foster gained 3 Distinctions in BTEC Sport, IT and Travel & Tourism and will be studying Sports Development and Coaching at Bournemouth University after receiving an unconditional offer plus a significant scholarship.
Pupils who sat a combination of both A levels and BTECs included Alice Bowerman-Wake who got Distinction* in BTEC Sport, B in Art A level and Merit in BTEC Travel & Tourism, Georgia Marney who achieved Distinction* in Music, B in Psychology and C in Business, and Josh Trickett who received a Distinction* in Sport, Distinction in IT and C in A level Psychology, and will be studying International Disaster Management at the University of Manchester.
Trinity School Headmaster Lawrence Coen expressed his delight at another year of pupil success: “We are absolutely delighted with this year’s set of results and all credit must go to our engaging, successful and well-rounded pupils. With 90% of all Level 3 results receiving A*-C, everyone in our community should be really proud of this cohort’s achievements. Our committed staff have been able to guide our pupils towards these successes, and it proves that our individual approach works. Pupils at Trinity achieve in and out of the classroom and so have the results and character to realise their hopes and aspirations.”