A Levels: Standards remain high for Holy Trinity Church of England School

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Excitement was through the roof as students at Holy Trinity CofE School, in Crawley, received their awaited A Level results.

The A2, AS and BTEC level results released today, maintain the high standards that have been set at the institution over the last few years.

Headteacher, Paul Kennedy, said: “These results are just what we expected and build on the previous successes of our Sixth Form. This year group has worked extremely hard, sometimes with challenges along the way, and all credit should be given to them and the teaching and support staff. They have also been fantastic leaders and role models for the rest of the school.”

Among the superb results, Jonathan Lewis-Brown received 4 A* and Payaal Patel, Sharvil Patel, Sabrina Crow and Jamie Keeley were all awarded with A*, A, A.

BTEC examinations are another success for the Sixth Form department, with 43% of all grades Distinction*, or Distinction.

A large majority of students have been accepted to their first choice, Russell Group Universities, following the superb results.

Head of Sixth Form, Richard Mullineux said: “This year sees another fantastic set of results for the students at the Holy Trinity School, cementing its place as one of the top performing schools in the county.

“We are very proud to acknowledge that all of our students have left with at least one A Level or equivalent pass. Their hard work and commitment has paid off and the vast majority of students.”