Tweets From BTRCC
Blessed Trinity RC College is a Voluntary Aided college with specialisms in Sports and Humanities for girls and boys between the ages of 11 and 16.
Parents / Carers
On Tuesday 21 May at 6.30 pm there is a meeting of the Parent Forum. I hope you will be able to come along and join in the discussions. The key items on the agenda will be new expectations regarding uniform and behaviour; new curriculum and setting changes. Light refreshments will be served from 6.15 pm.
I am delighted to let you know that our pupils and staff raised £3083.88 for Caritas during Lent. This money will help to support vulnerable children, young people and adults in our communities within the Salford Diocese. The Spring Fair on 8 May, which was organised by our PTFA, was a wonderful family event and raised over £550. Thank you to everyone involved.
On Friday 24 May pupils and staff are to celebrate the Feast Day of the Trinity. During the morning there will be a mass for each year group and other celebrations to mark this important feast.
You will no doubt have read in the press of the phenomenal success of our Year 10 football team. Having won the Keighley Cup on 8 May, our boys went on to beat Winterbourne International Academy Bristol (5 – 0) at Pride Park in Derby in the Final of the English Schools’ Cup. They have worked hard to achieve this incredible feat and we are very proud of them. Click here for details.
School will close at 3.20pm on Friday 24 May and re-open on Monday 3 June at 8.45 am. I wish you and your families an enjoyable break.
R Varey (Mr)
Year 11 Awards Evening
14 November 2013 6:30 – 7:00pm
Dress code: Smart / Formal
Guest speaker to be arranged
Tuesday 21 May 2013 6:30 – 7:30pm
Coffee served from 6:15pm
Curriculum and timetable changes (Mr Montrose)
Uniform and behaviour (Mrs Yorke-Robinson)
General issues raised by parents (Mr Varey)
Years 7 - 10 Presentation of Awards Evening
Thursday 11 July 2013 at 7.00pm in the college theatre.
Year 11 Prom
The Year 11 Prom is on July 4th at the Last Drop Village Hotel in Bolton.
New students, Parents and Carers
Year Group Information
The links below contain useful information for the college year groups, for addictional information contact your Year Leader
Year 7-Mr P Naylor Year 8-Mrs D Fielding Year 9-Mrs D Montrose
Year 10-Ms L Klee Year 11-Mrs L Bleazard
Year Group Areas:
As a Roman Catholic College it is conducted in accordance with the rites, practices and observances of the Roman Catholic Church. All pupils admitted are expected to take a full and active part in the religious life and the R.E. Curriculum of the college.
Our Catholic faith will influence all the work of the college as we strive to follow the gospel values of love, justice and concern for others
Blessed Trinity RC College, Burnley opened its doors on 1 September 2006. Our college was the outcome of an amalgamation of two single sex Catholic schools in the town – St Hilda’s and St Theodore’s.
We were extremely fortunate and privileged to be part of Lancashire’s successful BSF Project bid (Building Schools for the Future). Our diocese of Salford along with Lancashire Education Authority worked in very close partnership to plan this new school.
The Governors wish to establish Blessed Trinity as a centre of Catholic lifelong learning and seek to develop it as a community of faith.
We will aim to serve each other, the Church, our parents and the wider community. Our aim is to ensure that all are able to realise their aspirations, respect themselves and others and grow in the love of Christ.
We strive to develop young persons who are not only academically accomplished but who are also spiritually alert, culturally developed and able to contribute effectively as Christians in the communities in which they live.