Continued Improvement for Trinity Pupils
24th August 2017
Trinity GCSE pupils continued the success of their A level peers by improving the A*- C pass rate and taking the new reformed GCSE’s in their stride. Despite the predicted challenges that came with these, pupils at Trinity managed almost a 100% pass rate in English and Maths. Other subjects that achieved a 100% pass rate included Science, Art & Design and Home Economics.
Headmaster Lawrence Coen, appointed last year, said “It is great to see another increase in the overall pass rate as well as the number of students achieving at least 10 GCSE’s. This is down to the hard work and commitment of the pupils and staff, as well as the opportunities outside of the classroom at Trinity which ensure pupils can be successful. Of equal importance is our positive value added – that is to say that no matter what the base line prediction for the individual we can help them reach that and beyond. The non-selective nature of the school makes this even more impressive and applies for the full range of students. Engaging lessons, extra-curricular opportunities and the desire to create confident, happy and successful individuals means that this cohort can move into the Sixth Form prepared for further success and preparation for life after school.”
Trinity School have an Open Day on Saturday 14th October and a Sixth Form Opening Evening on Tuesday 10th October. For more information visit www.trinityschool.co.uk or call the registrar, Fleur Rogers, on 01626 771530.