Here are the results from Dixons Trinity Academy, Bradford, and Dixons Music Primary - the schools that have inspired Trinity Chapeltown.

Dixons Trinity Academy

This summer, Dixons Trinity was the highest performing state school in Bradford and Leeds:

  • +1.25 Progress 8 (+1.39 for disadvantaged students)
  • 70% of students achieved a strong pass in English and mathematics combined (grade 5+; equivalent to a high C and low B on the old grading system)
  • 49% achieved a strong pass in the EBacc (grade 5+)
  • 37% of all grades were 7 / A or above
  • 15% of students achieved at least one grade 9
  • 55% of students achieved top grades (7 / 8 / 9; equivalent to A or above) in English
  • The average grade achieved by a student at Trinity was a B
  • 100% are proud to be a Dixons Trinity student
  • 100% of parents recommend the school

Well done Team Trinity: all families, all students and all staff!

Dixons Music Primary

  • 100% of students enjoy school
  • 99% of parents recommend the school
  • 91% of Year 1 students met the phonics screening check standard (10% above the national figures)
  • 77% of Year R students achieved a Good Level of Development (8% above national figures)
  • 70% of Year 2 students achieved the national standard in Reading, Writing and Maths combined (10% above national figures)

Well done Team DMP: all families, all students and all staff!

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