Holy Trinity Sixth Form Students Enjoy First Day of Term

New students joining Holy Trinity International School’s Sixth Form in Kidderminster as the autumn term began enjoyed an informal get-together and tour of the school’s full campus, meeting other students and staff as part of their first day orientation activities. Head of Sixth Form Studies, Mr Ernest Carwithen commented that the school was offering a wide range of AS and A level courses to students from a range of backgrounds. Though the overwhelming majority of sixth-formers live in the local area, this term Holy Trinity will be truly international, with students from South America, the Far East and Australia. The school's strong emphasis on internationalism has the aim of helping prepare students for living and working in the global village of tomorrow. Holy Trinity International School’s Head, Mrs Pam Leek-Wright commented: “I am always delighted to welcome students into our Sixth Form and the international flavour that our overseas students bring provides wonderful enrichment opportunities not just within Sixth Form, but throughout the school. “It is fantastic to see the Sixth Form growing and developing in such a positive way.”