On Friday 6th January, Trinity School’s annual presentation evening took place. Trinity was delighted to have the Mayor of Newbury, Julian Swifthook, as the guest speaker.
The evening celebrated the achievements of the summer GCSE and A level exams, and was well attended by current and former students. The Mayor talked about the importance of education and how this has changed over time, and how education is not just the gateway to new opportunities, but also the bedrock of a civilised society, providing enrichment and interest in our lives.
“It was so good to see all of our students come together to celebrate their achievements, not just in their exams, but across all areas of the school. It is lovely to catch up with students who have gone on to university and into the world of work, to find out what they are doing with their lives after Trinity”.
Charlotte Wilson, Headteacher
Outstanding students’ awards went to Jessica Bentley for Year 11, Caitlin Hooper for Year 12 and Ellie Dipple for Year 13; the Leadership in Key Stage 4 Award went to Pierce Jones and the Leadership in Key Stage 5 Award went to Megan Davis.