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Four years of increased improvement as Trinity High School celebrates

Ross Crawford 15th Aug, 2019

TRINITY High School has congratulated all its Year 13 students on this year’s excellent results.

The school is celebrating results which showed its A level average point score has increased again, with 19 different subjects achieving a 100 per cent pass rate this year.

It means 2019 is the fourth consecutive year of increased performance and shows the great strides the school and students have made in recent years.

Also if note is the breadth and variety of courses and opportunities that the school continues to offer.

The net result has been that a high proportion of students achieved or exceeded their target grades and have gained places at their first choice universities.

This year students from Trinity will be going to study at a number of universities, including York, Warwick, Birmingham, Aston, Liverpool and Worcester.

Other students are going on to higher level apprenticeships and employment.

Adrian Ward, Headteacher said: “I am delighted for all the students on such an outstanding set of results.

“Trinity continues to ensure it provides excellence for all across a broad range of subjects, and I would like to thank all the staff who have worked so hard to help the students achieve such fabulous grades.

“A level results at Trinity continue to go from strength to strength and I am extremely proud of the achievements of the students and their teachers.”

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