After successfully completing your GCSEs, choosing the right setting for your A-level study is a very personal decision that involves working out what is really important to you.
If you are aiming for the best possible grades that will lead onto degree-level study at an aspirational university, our focus for the next two years is on achieving this shared goal.
It is also why we treat every Trinity Academy Sixth Former as an individual who knows their own mind and is rightly single-minded in the pursuit of success.
Your Trinity Academy teachers in every A-level subject are themselves high-achieving subject-specialist graduates who will inspire you to go beyond the syllabus, reading widely and extending your own interests, understanding and knowledge.
Our style of A-level teaching encourages the kind of broad questioning, deep discussion and precise written work, which together foster both conceptual understanding and the ability to think on your feet that top universities are looking for.
Completing the highly valued Extended Project Qualification further enhances and demonstrates your independent study skills.
In addition, our uniquely smaller class-sizes where, just like you, every student has achieved the same high GCSE grades, mean you can have one-to-one attention whenever you need it.
Quality work experience, through our network of professional contacts and dedicated careers advisor, allows you to try out for yourself whatever professional area (such as medicine, law, architecture, journalism etc.) might interest you.
Advice and guidance on university study comes from our Oxford, Cambridge and Russell Group-educated teachers with their insider’s perspective and expert knowledge of what these top universities are looking for.
From visiting universities to completing your personal statement we will put you on the UCAS inside track.
If Trinity Academy sounds like the Sixth Form for you,
contact us now to arrange a visit.
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London, SW12 1QS
Tel: 020 3126 4993
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