Trinity School celebrates Students’ success!
Trinity School was delighted to host this year’s Presentation Evening to celebrate the achievements of our students’ results in last year’s summer exams.
Although the pandemic has brought disruption to teaching and learning over the last two years the students demonstrated resilience and fortitude, resulting in excellent achievements for these two year groups.
Over 40 students won individual subject awards for achievement and progress. There were also four special awards in each age group. The Service to School Award in Key Stage 4 went to Emily Byway, Outstanding Leadership went to Jacob Wilson, Leah O’Dell won the Award for Outstanding Progress and Leah Berry won the Award for Outstanding Student in Key Stage 4.
It was wonderful to see many past students returning from university and the world of work for the evening. In this age group Tyler Velvick won the Award for Service to School, the Leadership in Key Stage 5 Award was won by Rebecca Porter, Nelly Anne Deas won the Award for Outstanding Progress and Harry Craig, our former Head Boy took the Outstanding Student Award.
Executive Headteacher, Dr Charlotte Wilson, said “It was fantastic to recognise the students’ achievements, their strength of character, hard work and application to their studies. Not only have these two year groups excelled in their academic studies they have also been a constant source of pride for the school, acting as role models for our younger students. We wish them well in their future endeavours”.