Holy Trinity’s Sixth Form students following this year's A level results, are now looking forward to taking up their places at university and to life beyond school.
Given the government’s announcement about the removal of the publication of school level data, and the unique method of arriving at grades for students, Worcestershire County Council supported by Worcestershire Children First confirmed that they will not be collecting and publishing school level data this year. Holy Trinity as with other Worcestershire schools and colleges therefore will not be publishing individual school level data.
Headteacher, Mrs Leek-Wright commented: “For our students to have secured their first-choice destinations is a just end to what has been a turbulent year.
“Given the hard work that students and teachers put into A level studies and the importance of these qualifications in creating opportunities and allowing our young people to move on, I am truly delighted that this has been the outcome for our students and I wish them the best of luck as they move on.”
Student university and apprenticeship destinations include Law at Durham, Animal Biology at Worcester, Motor Apprenticeship at Hyundai, Graphic Communications at Birmingham City, Mental Health Nursing at Manchester, Media Production at Birmingham City and Geography at Birmingham.