Our end of Key Stage results and academy attendance have improved year on year and we are narrowing the gap with national expectations. For both achievement and attendance students show significant improvement after joining Trinity.
Key Stage 2 Attainment: Despite significant changes in national testing, over four years there has been improvements in pupils achieveing the national standard.
GCSE: In 2015-16, there is a 54% improvement in students achieving 5 A*-Gs from the previous year.
Key Stage 4 Attainment: Improvement in the propertion of students achieving English and Maths GCSE.
Key Stage 4: An increasing proportion of students are either achieving or exceeding their FFT-expected grades.
GCSEs Improved: THere has been a clear shift towards GCSE qualifications over the past two years. Over 3 years the range and number of GCSEs has increased.
The earlier a student joins Trinity, the better their performance in national testing.
Maths continues to be our higher performing subject but significant improvements have been made since 2014/15.
On average, 76% of pupils have made or exceeded their target in 2015-16 in English and/or Maths, this was a significant improvement from the previous year.
Pupil Premium students achievement is alongside and at times above that of students not eligible for the grant. The number of students achieving/exceeding their target has increased from the previous year.
EFA Performance Tables: Please click here to view our 2016 Primary and Secondary Performance Tables.