GCSE results 2016 – Academy students buck national trends
Once again Trinity students performed admirably in their GCSE examinations with many personal triumphs and a great deal of collective success.
Headline figures have increased dramatically with a 9% increase in the proportion of students gaining the coveted 5 A* to C grades including English and Mathematics. Trinity students also performed well on the Government’s new progress measures with significant improvements in Attainment 8 and Progress 8 scores predicted. There was also a further increase in the number of A* grades with 89 recorded in total, building impressively on last year’s record level of A/A* grades. In addition there were improved results for boys and those students in receipt of the Pupil Premium.
A number of students performed very well. A selection of the top performers is shown below;
Francesca Middleton – 8 A* grades and 2 A grades
Jack Parkinson – 10 A* grades
Gemma Powell – 9 A* grades
Bartosz Swedziol – 6 A* grades and 4 A grades
Jessica Griggs – 1 A* grade, 7 A grades and 1 B grade
Rebecca Harvey – 2 A* grades, 4 A grades, 3 B grades and 1 C grade
Christie Charnley – 3 A* grades, 2 A grades, 3 B grades and 1 C grade
Ethen Green – 3 A* grades, 2 A grades and 4 B grades
Phillip Gwynn – 1 A* grade, 5 A grades, 2 B grades and 1 C grade
Francis Sykes – 2 A* grades, 3 A grades and 4 B grades
This is all the more impressive given a national picture of falling examination results with some papers describing the worst GCSE results in 10 years. Once again Trinity students lead the way with an excellent set of results and it is incredibly pleasing to see all the hard work pay off. Well done to all and let’s hope next year brings more good news.
A Level results 2016
Once again Trinity Y13 students set a high bar on A Level results day with 97% securing A* – E grades and 41% achieving A* – B grades in A Level courses. The strong performance of students on vocational qualifications was also a major success with 100% passing their course and 52% of students doing so with an A* to B equivalent.
Perhaps the biggest success of this series of results it the 100% success rate Trinity students have achieved at securing University places with all students who wanted to secure a place ensuring they did so with the support of the Sixth Form team.
The overall ALPS grade of a 3 (0.01 from a grade 2), which places Trinity in the top 25% of Sixth Form providers nationally, is a testament to the hard work and dedication of staff, students and the support of parents in achieving our goal of academic excellent.
Well done to all on another excellent set of results, let’s see if Y12 can improve on these is August 2017?
Some examples of excellent student success are detailed below;
Eve Butler – A* Mathematics, A EPQ, A Applied Business, B Law, C Further Mathematics
Janet Adelowokan – A Chemistry, A Mathematics, A Music A Further Mathematics AS, B Biology
Rhianne Davis – A* Psychology, A* Sociology, A EPQ, C Religious Studies, B Law AS
Abigail Haley – A* Sociology, A Law, B English Literature, C Law AS
Barbara Jukes – A Applied Business, A Sociology, B Media Studies, B Law AS
Simeon Scott – A* Art, A Product Design, MM BTEC PE
Lauren Walker – A* Psychology, B History, B English Literature, B AS Sociology
Courtney Green – A Theatre Studies, A Psychology, B History, C English Literature AS
Adam Osborne – A* Psychology, B Biology, B Mathematics, C PE AS
Jennifer Standeven – A* Psychology, A Sociology, C Biology, C English Literature AS
GCSE results 2015
A top athlete has run away with top honours after gaining a clean sweep of A*s in his GCSEs.
Luke Pike led from the front at Trinity Academy, where the 16-year-old is a multi-record breaking middle distance runner and footballer.
Luke is a former Manchester City development squad player and has represented South Yorkshire in the English Schools Cross Country Championships and Doncaster in South Yorkshire Athletics. Luke was not the only student to combine sporting success with academic achievement.
Yasmin Mosby, who last year was honoured with the Barry Marks Award, the top prize in Trinity Academy’s annual sports awards, gained five A*s and four As.
She is an academy record breaker at 800m and javelin, has won titles at the Doncaster Schools Athletics Championship and plays football for Sheffield Ladies.
The other top performers at the academy were:
Chloe Gardiner, with three A*s and seven As
Morgan Wardle, with seven A* and three As
Katie Allott, with five A* and six As
Caitlin Houlbrook, with four A*s and seven As.
Overall, the academy improved on its performance five A*-C performance including English and maths, while it hit 100 per cent for students achieving five A*-G grades.
Almost one third of students achieved the English Baccalaureate (EBacc), gaining at least a C grade across the core subjects of English, maths, sciences, history or geography and a foreign language.
Principal David Page said:
“We are encouraged by these results which show an increase in the number of students making expected or greater than expected progress in maths and English and a significant increase in the number of A and A* grades.
There is still work to do and the dedication of our staff team to continue this upward trajectory is undiminished, but for today we celebrate the success and hard work of our GCSE students.”
A Level results 2015
We are delighted with the performance of our Sixth Form students this year as they collected their results on Thursday, 13th August. The pass rates and numbers getting to university has really show the hard work and commitment of so many of our students.
Overall the pass rates are:
A*-B grades – 44% of all entries.
A*-E grades – 99% of all entries.
Vocational qualifications A*-B grades – 83% of all entries.
Vocational qualifications A*-E grades – 100% of all entries.
University entrance was very pleasing this year again and we were delighted to see 68 students secure and confirm a place at university – 91% of applicants for places and 75% of all students in the year group.
We are delighted that Shannon Horner secured the grades required to enter Cambridge University, Magdelane College, to read Psychology and Behaviour Sciences. Also notably, former Head Girl, Megan Gee, will commence her Veterinary Science studies in September. Current Head Girl, Abbie Tomlinson, will be studying Biomedical Sciences at Newcastle in preparation to take up her place in Medicine at Durham University in 2016. And talented singer/songwriter, Rebecca Leng, will be studying Maths at Kings College, London.
We are so proud of all of our students, no matter which University, which course or which apprenticeship or job they have secured. We wish all of them well and God’s richest blessing.
A full and comprehensive analysis of the academy’s exam results and progress measures, along with a variety of other attainment and assessment data, can be found at:
For analysis of exam results from previous years, go to:
Since the academy opened in 2005 academic results at all levels have seen huge improvements, placing Trinity amongst the top schools in Doncaster.