Trinity Pupils Celebrate GCSE Success

07 Sep 2017

Students at Trinity School, Croydon had cause for celebration today when received their GCSE results.

57% of grades awarded were A*s, and 87% of grades were A* or A, both results almost reaching the school’s best, set last year. 98% of grades were A*, A or B.

Out of 127 candidates, particular congratulations go to the 55 students who achieved 7 A*s or better, and the 16 students who got A*s in all their GCSE subjects.

Alasdair Kennedy, Trinity’s Headmaster, said: “Many congratulations to our GCSE cohort of 2017. Their hard work, and that of their teachers, has been rewarded with a very impressive set of results. They have managed to achieve this while maintaining a significant commitment to their wider interests and to the school community, and all of this together means that they can move on to the next stage of their education with great confidence.”

Angus Harrington was one of Trinity’s star performers, achieving an outstanding 10 A*s. He said: “I feel really happy – our teachers have been great and the hard work has really paid off!”

One happy parent commented: “The results have exceeded our expectations – we’re ecstatic!” and another said: “The boys have had great support from the school and amazing teachers. They’ve worked so hard and really encouraged each other – we’re so happy.”