Results – 2016 A Level

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

A full and comprehensive analysis of the academy’s latest published exam results and progress measures, along with a variety of other attainment and assessment data, can be found at:

http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance/

A level and other level 3 results for 16- to 18-year-olds at the end of their final year (2015-2016) can be found here:

https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/a-level-and-other-16-to-18-results-2015-to-2016-revised