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Today was A level results day.....next week it is GCSE results day. School will be issuing results from 10am. Sixth form enrolment will take place for non Trinity students at 12 noon. Good luck.... ... See MoreSee Less

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Some more photos from today’s A Level results #proud #alevelresults #trinityfamily ... See MoreSee Less

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Poppy-Anne T achieved four As in English Language, English Literature, Sociology and her Extended Project Qualification (EPQ).
She will be reading Criminology and Psychology at the University of Teesside and has ambitions to become a forensic psychologist.
Poppy-Anne has been a student ambassador at Trinity Catholic College, consistently going ‘above and beyond’ in her contribution to the Catholic life of the college in particular.
She was also a Headstart Mentor, promoting the health and well-being of the younger members of the Trinity family and has found time to support family members with additional needs whilst
studying for her A levels.
“I was surprised at my results because I had thought I had messed up in the exams, so to see that I had achieved all grade As in 4 subjects made me ecstatic! My advice to others is to keep trying,
never give up and be strong. I must thank Jeanette Allick for supporting me because at one point I was close to leaving college, but she encouraged and supported me to keep going and that I would not regret it!” said Poppy-Anne.
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Poppy-Anne T achieved four As in English Language, English Literature, Sociology and her Extended Project Qualification (EPQ).
She will be reading Criminology and Psychology at the University of Teesside and has ambitions to become a forensic psychologist.
Poppy-Anne has been a student ambassador at Trinity Catholic College, consistently going ‘above and beyond’ in her contribution to the Catholic life of the college in particular.
She was also a Headstart Mentor, promoting the health and well-being of the younger members of the Trinity family and has found time to support family members with additional needs whilst
studying for her A levels.
“I was surprised at my results because I had thought I had messed up in the exams, so to see that I had achieved all grade As in 4 subjects made me ecstatic! My advice to others is to keep trying,
never give up and be strong. I must thank Jeanette Allick for supporting me because at one point I was close to leaving college, but she encouraged and supported me to keep going and that I would not regret it!” said Poppy-Anne.

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Well done Poppy💕🥳 x

Well done Poppy x

Well done poppy xxx

Amazing well done Poppy xxx

Well done poppy x

Wow! Well done Poppy!🥳🥰xx

Well done Poppy 🎉🎉🎉

Well done Poppy :))) amazing xxx

well done poppy 🎉🎉

Oh wow! Congratulations poppy, you absolutely smashed it! X

Such a gorgeous young lady, always hard working, always thinking of others. Congratulations Poppy 👏 well deserved xx

Well done Poppy 👏🏻

Welldone poppy x

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