Blessed Trinity RC College
Lancashire, United Kingdom
About Blessed Trinity RC College
Blessed Trinity RC College is a mixed, non-selective Roman Catholic secondary school, situated in Burnley, Lancashire. There are approximately 1,210 students at the college aged between 11-16.
Blessed Trinity RC College was founded in 2006, funded by government programme, Building Schools for the Future. The school opened after the merge of two local schools, St Theodore’s RC High School and St Hilda’s RC High School.
Values and vision
Blessed Trinity RC College wants to provide all students with the necessary skills, knowledge and Christian values to allow for them to grow into responsible and caring members of society, and encourages them to become actively engaged within the local Burnley community. The school wants all students to feel valued and works at getting to know them as individuals in order for them to reach their goals and achieve to the highest of their abilities. The school follows four core values: love God, serve others, work hard and value all. Students at Blessed Trinity RC College are recognised for their high performance across sport and the arts. The school encourages talents and new interests after class with a wide range of extra-curricular clubs, including the Duke of Edinburgh Award and dance lessons. Pupils are able to explore their Christian faith with optional Chapel drop ins during lunch.
“Students speak very highly of the skills of their teachers. They have absolute confidence in their knowledge and are keen to learn from them. Over 90% of parents agree that their children are taught well and the same amount say their children make good progress”.