School is most improved in the country

By Ian Dipple Friday 01 February 2013 Updated: 01/02 10:21

Latest News

Buy photos » Pupils Zak Shaaban, 16, Jessica Green, 15, and Nat Craig ,16, join headteacher Marian Barton in celebrating the school’s success. Picture by Marcus Mingins 0513011MMR

A REDDITCH school has been named as the most improved in the country.

Trinity High School topped the national league table after the number of pupils achieving five GCSEs at A* to C grade, including English and Maths, soared from 32 per cent in 2009 to 80 per cent last year.

Headteacher Marian Barton said: “As a school we are extremely delighted and proud to be acknowledged as the most improved school in the country.

“This improvement has been down to a huge team effort where every single member of staff has worked extremely hard to ensure every student in the school gets the best possible educational experience.

"Our students have worked hard to meet the high expectations their teachers have set and parents and carers have played an important role in supporting their children on a day to day basis.”

Share This

Regional news »


Bromsgrove Standard
Government ruling means developers can by-pass Bromsgrove planners

DEVELOPERS wanting to build in Bromsgrove will be able to ...

Worcester Observer

Visit the Worcester Observer website for the latest.

Stratford Observer
Anger at proposals for homes on Wellesbourne Airfield

ANGER is growing against proposals to build 1,500 homes on ...

Evesham Observer
When your bin will be collected this Christmas

WASTE collections across Evesham and Pershore will be done at ...