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Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre A Level Results

Sixth Form students from Kidderminster's Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre following this year's A level results, are looking forward to taking up their places at university, apprenticeships, and to life beyond school.

10% of all grades attained were A to A* with 86% of all grades A* to E. The best performing department was Fine Arts and Textiles, with the best academic subjects English and Physics.

Assistant Head and Head of Sixth Form, Tamsin Fisher said: “I am incredibly proud of the way that the students have dealt with the challenges over the last few years, and it has been a privilege to watch them grow and mature into such lovely young adults.

“We wish them all the best in their future endeavours and congratulate them on their academic achievements.”

Students now move on to take up a range of study and career opportunities including training in clinical phycology, a paramedic, nursing, and joining the RAF.

Headteacher, Mrs Pamela Leek-Wright commented: “I am delighted for our students who have worked hard, something that is reflected in the results, which will enable them to move into their chosen career paths.

“A super group of young people who have matured and are now ready to embrace their next challenge.”

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