“All our staff are incredibly proud of our pupils,” said Trinity Catholic College headteacher Louise Dwyer. 

“Over the past five years we have watched every one of the young people who collected their results today grow into responsible young adults who are ready to make their mark on the wider world.

“In years to come, the class of 2020 will be remembered at Trinity Catholic College for their hard work, resilience and commitment. They have overcome so many challenges and we thank them for the mature way in which they have handled such uncertainty. 

“We wish every one of our leavers the very best for a bright future and we look forward to welcoming back the many pupils who wish to continue their education at our sixth form in September.”

Anyone interested in joining Trinity Catholic College Sixth Form is asked to email spence.r@trinity.npcat.org.uk.

 

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Former St Alphonsus Primary School pupil Alyssa Marie Sequera, whose first language is Spanish, achieved grade 9s in eight subjects, Maths, English Literature and Language, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and RE, as well as two grade 8s, including Further Maths.

“My ambition is to attend university at Cambridge,” said Alyssa, who was head of Trinity’s Hilda House. “I am so grateful for the last five years and hope the future generations have as much success at Trinity as I have.”

 

Jennifer Armstrong, a former pupil of St Clare’s Primary School, achieved grade 9s in English Language and Literature and Physics, plus five grade 8s including Maths.

“I’m delighted with my results,” said Jennifer, who was head of Trinity’s Postgate House. “I’m going on to Trinity Sixth Form to study Maths, Physics and English Literature and then I hope to go to uni.”

 

 

 

Former St Edward’s Primary School pupil Harvey Kaid, who regularly represented the school in athletics, achieved five grade 9s including English Language and Literature, Physics, Biology and RE and three grades 8s.

“I’m very happy with my results and have been completing online medical internships to help me achieve my ambition of becoming a doctor,” said Harvey.

 

 

Charbal Ajaka achieved four grade 9s, in Computer Science, Combined Science, History and RE, and three grade 8s, in English Language, English Literature and French. 

A former Sacred Heart Primary School pupil, Charbal said: “I’m ecstatic about the results. I’ve loved it at Trinity and I’m excited about the future, when I hope to study computer science at university.”

 

Former St Edward’s pupil Imaya Pathirana will move on to Trinity Sixth Form after achieving four grade 9s, in Business, RE, History and Computer Science, with 8s in English, Maths and Combined Science and a grade 7 in Further Maths. 

“I’m delighted to get these grades, as it allows me to choose Law, History and Religious Studies at Trinity and I hope to study Law at university,” said Imaya.

 

 

 

Former St Clare’s pupil Tom Aspery achieved three grade 9s, in History, Geography and RE, with grade 8s in three other subjects. 

Tom, who represented the school in sports including football and rugby and was head of Bede House, will move up to Trinity Sixth Form to study Geography, History and Chemistry

“I’m really pleased with my results and very excited about attending Trinity Sixth Form,” he said.