Trinity College London: Class of 2024

At Trinity College London we are keen to recognise the achievements of students in Trinity’s Arts Award, drama and music qualifications in the UK & Ireland.

This recognition opportunity builds on previous initiatives such as Trinity Talent and Trinity’s Special Merit awards to offer recognition to students who are passionate and committed to their learning with Trinity’s range of arts qualifications.

Teachers, family members and others can nominate students who have shown excellence in one of the following categories

  • Achievement – outstanding or high achievement in their qualification results
  • Creativity – originality, inventiveness, taking a creative approach to their qualification
  • Overcoming challenges – qualification success despite difficult circumstances or barriers to access
  • Personal Development – personal learning or skills development via their exam/qualification

Check out our full category criteria for what you need to demonstrate when making a nomination.

All those who meet the criteria will be profiled on the new ‘Class of 2024: Hall of Fame’ page on our website. We may also contact successful students regarding further opportunities to profile their achievements such as featuring in our online gallery of success stories.

Nomination guidance

Students must have achieved a Trinity College London qualification in one of the following qualifications

  • Classical and Jazz (any syllabus) including Music Certificates and Diplomas
  • Theory of Music exams
  • Rock & Pop (any syllabus)
  • Awards and Certificate for Musical Development
  • Speech and Drama
  • Acting
  • Musical Theatre
  • Performance Arts
  • Communication Skills
  • Arts Award

Anyone can nominate a student including a parent, teacher, Arts Award adviser or peer. You just can’t nominate yourself!

  • Students can be nominated up to a year after passing a Trinity qualification in Music, Drama or Arts Award
  • Students must live in the UK or Republic of Ireland and have taken their qualification through a UK-based registered Trinity public or private exam centre or Arts Award centre.

You can only nominate each student under one of the criteria given above and you will need to complete one form for each student you would like to nominate. Students may only be nominated once a year for recognition.

Ensure you have permission from the student you would like to nominate before making a nomination. Do feel free include any relevant context about the nominee's life, circumstances or challenges but please ensure that you have permission to share these details as we will share an edited version of your nominator statement on our website and you will give permission for this as part of the nomination process. You will also need to give us permission to use an edited version of your nominator statement in our dedicated web pages highlighting the students’ achievements.

To make a nomination, fill in the nomination form at the bottom of the page. Nominators should ensure that their statement of how the student (nominee) meets the criteria for the category is clear and succinct. You have a 500 word limit. This is the information the selection panels will consider, therefore please consider how your nomination meets the selection criteria available here.

There is a link to a form you can share with the student if they would like to add their own testimonial to the nomination.

Any submissions of evidence for a nomination are only to illustrate the information provided in your statement. Your nominator’s statement is the key way we will decide of the student will be included. We are not assessing the quality of performances, leadership projects or the nominee’s skill level in their art form.

Nominations are open on an ongoing basis and new students will be added to our Class of 2024 wall of fame on the website once a month. You will be notified about whether your nomination was successful or not within 6 weeks of making a submission.

Nomination form

You can fill out our nomination form below or click here to open it in a new window.


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