The Holy Trinity Church of England Secondary School


GCSE and Vocational Level Examination Results 2023


Holy Trinity students are celebrating today with their parents, carers and staff their achievements after receiving the results of their Key Stage 4 courses.  We remain very mindful that this cohort of students, whilst thankfully sitting a normal exam series this summer, were affected greatly by the pandemic during much of Key Stage 3, in particular when in Years 8 and 9.  We are therefore incredibly proud of every grade that every student has gained this summer.

Top achievers include:

  • Devin Fonseka who achieved an average grade of 8.5
  • Leo Macaulay who achieved an average grade of 8.36
  • Tahoora Sadia who achieved an average grade of 7.91
  • Eshal Yaser who achieved an average grade of 7.89
  • Isabel Kensey who achieved an average grade of 7.67

Many others have also achieved excellent results, often exceeding their already challenging targets, and students are progressing onto a number of schools, colleges and apprenticeships. We are delighted that many of them have chosen to remain at Holy Trinity and join our own sixth form to study a wide range of A-Levels and vocational courses as well as an opportunity to join our Basketball, Performing Arts and Football Academy programs. Headteacher, Rev Chrissie Millwood said “I am delighted today to be able to congratulate so many students who have achieved results which reflect their hard work and dedication. This year students have sat exams that were at least comparable to the 2019 cohort, and have of course dealt with a pandemic during the middle of their Secondary Education. I am extremely proud of their achievements and the way in which they have embraced the individual challenges presented to them as the first cohort to undertake an exams series comparable to the pre-pandemic. I am confident that these results will be a stepping stone to enable these young people to succeed in the future. I would also like to thank the parents and carers and the many staff involved in enabling this school to run so efficiently through many challenging times, thus facilitating this success for our students; you have continually supported them throughout this journey, thank you.”

Rev Millwood

24 August 2023