Destinations & Our Alumni
The impact of the quality of education that TSFA students receive can be seen in the destinations data, which is well above national average.
- 96% of last year’s cohort are in employment, further education, higher education or training.
- In 2019, every student who applied to University was offered a place. Although University uptake has been stable for the past 2 years, less emphasis is being placed solely on progression to HE, with the creation of better apprenticeships and the links TSFA is creating with local businesses.
- 2017 saw the first successful applicant to Cambridge and since then there have been two additional successful applicants over consecutive years.
|Number of students
|Students staying in education
|Students entering apprenticeships
|Students entering employment
|Student not in education or employment/unknown
After closing the chapter in my life at Trinity, my next adventure started in Newcastle last September, where I am currently studying English Literature at Newcastle University.
I studied Maths, Chemistry and Biology. Currently, I am in Leicester, studying Pharmacy at De Montfort University School of Pharmacy. I am also a Dispenser for TrustMed Pharmacy at LRI University Hospitals Leicester.
After gaining my A levels in History, French and English Literature and leaving 6th form, I went to study law at St John’s College, University of Cambridge. Having joined in 2019, I am just completing my first year and I’ve really enjoyed it.
I attended Trinity Academy Halifax sixth form from 2015-2017. I studied art, photography and health and social care. Health and social care created the foundations for my career. I am employed at a local hospital Trust as a Trainee Nursing Associate, and funded to study the foundation degree at University. I hope many others can be inspired to work in the healthcare sector, as it is the most rewarding job ever!
Jack Beevers was our first student to go to Cambridge University to study Law (Kings College)
Nohail Mohammed, Emily Pyzer and Harry Myers have acquired agents, are members of Equity and are currently earning their living as actors on the second series of Ackley Bridge
Kamran Mohammed (Seaweed in Hairspray) is now at a London theatre school, East 15. Kamran has been back to see us many times
Charlotte Faulkner has received a conditional offer to study History at Cambridge University (St John's College)
Ella Beevers worked and travelled in Spain, China and France, then received an unconditional offer to study Medieval and Modern Languages at Cambridge University (Trinity College)
Charlotte Clegg went on to study a prestigious degree in Medicine
Libby Shaw (Amber in Hairspray) and Imogen White (principal dancer) are studying at Manchester Arden Theatre School
Chloe Munroe studies a BA (Cons) in Dance at Leeds Beckett University. Chloe has supported Phase 1 extra-curricular offer for two years in Dance and Cheerleading. She hopes to become a teacher and we think she will be great
Beth Taylor secured a Higher Degree Apprenticeship at a Leeds based law firm