Examination Distinction for International Student at Kidderminster School

International student Daniel Egry from Hungary, who studied at Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre in Kidderminster, has achieved the highest possible award, a Distinction* in his BTEC IT qualification. Holy Trinity Headteacher, Mrs Pamela Leek-Wright commented: “We are all thrilled for Daniel and his success. Whilst at Holy Trinity he studied A level Business, Drama & Theatre Studies, Mathematics. “His fourth subject, BTEC IT, Daniel not only passed but achieved a Distinction* which is the highest possible award in this A Level equivalent qualification. An incredible personal achievement particularly given that Daniel was studying in English, his second language and an achievement in which he gave thanks to his teacher, Mrs Brown.” Holy Trinity regularly accepts international students to their Sixth Form from across Europe and countries further afield including Paraguay, Chile and Guatemala, bringing with them great talent and diversity; returning home once their studies are complete. Commenting on Daniel’s achievement Holy Trinity’s Head of Sixth Form, Dr Melanie Hinton, said: "We are all so proud of Dan's achievement which is so well deserved, he has worked incredibly hard.” Now back in Hungary, Daniel was asked about his time studying in England. Said Daniel: “My year in England was probably the biggest experience in my life. I’ve met so many interesting people, made lots of memories and learnt a lot of new things. “I travelled a lot to experience the most about England. I am really proud about my ICT grade, I studied a lot and worked really hard to achieve this, but this shows that nothing is impossible and if you work hard enough and take things seriously then you can achieve everything you want.”