Trinity Primary School

Greg Smye-Rumsby

Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Advisor

Greg was at Trinity from 1988 to 1995. During that time he was part of a team of four who part in the "Streetwise Quiz". Many schools from West Lancashire took part in the quiz and the final rounds were held in Ormskirk Civic Hall at which Trinity beat St Edmund's to win the trophy.

He went on to Lathom High School where he developed a love for Mathematics, obtaining several gold certificates in the UK Maths Challenge,  as well as being invited to take part in the more advanced next round of the Challenge.

At Winstanley College he obtained 4 A levels and a place at the University of Oxford, where he graduated with an MMath in Mathematics.

After Oxford, he trained as a Chartered Accountant  and Chartered Tax Advisor at a firm in London called Dixon Wilson. He became a partner of the firm in 2015. 

He has been back to Trinity several times since leaving, including playing bass guitar for productions of Oliver Twist and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, under the leadership of Mr Currie.