Trinity once again ranked within the top 50 independent schools in the Sunday Times Parent Power Schools guide 2022, coming in at 43rd place nationally and 21st in London, where schools lead the national rankings for state primary, independent secondary, state secondary, sixth form colleges, and independent schools offering the international baccalaureate.
This ranking is based on impressive examination data, with 89.4% of students being awarded A*/A at A Level and 88.7% A*/A/9/8/7 at GCSE.
Headmaster, Alasdair Kennedy, praises the achievement of the school’s students, saying:
“I am very pleased for our students that their achievements and hard work are being recognised in this way. They are able and ambitious, and – by now – well into the next stage of their education and, in some cases, their working lives.
“Our students are much more than just these academic results, but their success does reflect the character and values that enabled them to get the most from their academic opportunities at school.”
The 29th edition of the Parent Power Schools guide published tables for more than 1,600 of the highest-achieving secondary schools across the independent and state sector. This year, its tables rank schools on their average performance in public examinations between 2017-19. The full results of the survey are available here.
"Our students are much more than just these academic results. Their success reflects the character and values that enabled them to get the most from their academic opportunities."
Alasdair Kennedy, Headmaster
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