Positive relationships & personalised support


Trinity Sixth Form exists for you. We are a small Sixth Form and a close knit community. We pride ourselves on knowing and understanding the needs of each and every one of our students – we can say with confidence that every student in our care gets personalised, individual support so that you can achieve your full potential during your time with us and beyond.


Results on a upward trend, impressive destinations

2018 A Level results were as follows:

Pass rate: 99%

High Pass rate: 36%

C grade & above: 67%

Success rate

Results have improved significantly in all areas since Trinity Sixth Form was established in 2011. We fully intend to build on this going forward and aim to become one of the ‘Outstanding’ sixth forms in the country.
Testament to this is the wide range of destinations to which our ‘Class of 2018’ have progressed. This year, our destinations statistics are:


Studying at university: 74%

Russell Group Universities (Top 24 UK universities): 12%

A vast proportion of our students go onto further study, whether at university or with other providers.  Students opted to study a wide variety of subjects with STEM and health based topics continuing to be popular, though students are opting to study Humanities and English based courses in larger numbers this year.  Five students were accepted onto highly competitive nursing courses. The variety of chosen courses included:

  • STEM subjects
  • Health & Social Care based subjects
  • Education & Childhood subjects
  • Psychology subjects
  • Sport based subjects
  • Law & Criminology
  • Humanities subjects (Geography, History, English, Politics)
  • Media subjects
  • Business & Marketing subjects
  • Computer Science based subjects
  • Art & Music
  • Languages

A number of students were accepted into the following Russell Group universities: Newcastle, Liverpool and York.

Students who chose not to go to university went on to study Foundation Degrees or vocational training at Middlesbrough College and other providers.  One student is joining the RAF and two students have been accepted on Access courses for Paramedic Science and Nursing.  Two students who received Trinity ESOL provision have gone on to study Hair and Beauty at Middlesbrough College following a very successful work experience placement in July 2018.

We had strong apprenticeship uptake this year with one student gaining a prestigious placement with Rolls Royce.

As in previous years, there have been students who have opted to stay at College for a third year.  All students will apply for UCAS in the 2019 cycle.


 Key Stage 5 Results 2017 (16-19 Performance)


Excellent support & facilities

In recent years we have invested in the best facilities to help you learn and develop as an individual:

  • a fantastic modern refectory for you to relax and refuel at breakfast, break and lunch
  • a wide range of teaching spaces suited to the courses you choose – state of the art ICT and media suites and much, much more
  • an affordable mobile device scheme that enables you to buy your own tablet or laptop and pay for it in monthly installments so you can learn on the go
  • a well equipped learning resource centre with a range of books/magazines/journals, PCs/printing/photocopying facilities and a silent study area
  • a welcoming achievement centre that is open all day for you to access additional support with your studies
  • a peaceful chapel that is always open for private prayer and silent reflection
  • a range of outstanding sports facilities for you to burn off that excess energy including a fitness suite, all weather pitch and gym/sports hall


A caring Catholic community

Underlying all we do are the words of Jesus: “love one another as I have loved you”. All our students are equal in the eyes of God and are, therefore, to be treated with respect and dignity. Trinity Catholic Sixth Form College is special. Our faith is central to all that we do and, as believers in the values and benefits of a Christian community, we offer a warm welcome to Catholics and non-Catholics alike.


* Based on analysis by A Level Performance Systems (ALPS) data