GCSE pupils maintain excellence
23rd August 2019
Trinity School, Teignmouth would like to congratulate its GCSE pupils as they continued last year’s success with 80% of all grades being 9-4.
Many pupils achieved significantly higher grades than baseline predictions, which demonstrates that the value added dedicated teaching, small class sizes and the holistic approach at Trinity works.
In September this cohort can now look forward to becoming members of the Sixth Form, which last week celebrated 40% of all A levels taken receiving A* or A grades and a 100% pass rate in both A level and BTEC Level 3 qualifications. Earlier this year Trinity celebrated being named in the top 5% of all schools and colleges in England for progress at Sixth Form by the Department for Education. Whether starting in the Sixth Form or continuing from Year 11, pupils will grow as individuals, develop life skills and ultimately enjoy this last stage of their school journey.
Headmaster Lawrence Coen was delighted with the news. “I am really proud that through hard work and determination this year’s pupils have achieved the same level of excellence as last year’s students. These results highlight the success pupils can achieve at Trinity with the right support and guidance.
Pupils have benefitted from an individual approach. The right balance of academic support, extra-curricular opportunities and pastoral care rated as ‘outstanding’ helps them to become well-rounded individuals, equipped with the skills needed to succeed in life at and, most importantly, after school.”