The Governors of Blessed Trinity are committed to ensuring that the school becomes a flourishing centre of life-long Catholic learning, dedicated to inspiring and forming young people, who are not only academically accomplished but who are spiritually alert, culturally developed and able to contribute effectively as Christians in the communities in which they live.

Blessed Trinity will be a school which:

affirms that the educational process is a genuine Christian journey toward perfection.

upholds a clear, life-enhancing vision of Catholic moral and social teaching, centred on prayer, worship and the Gospel, where the importance of the family and the crucial role of parents are whole-heartedly supported.

becomes a community that values and practises tolerance, respect and concern for others.

provides a truly caring, safe and supportive environment in which every young person in the school community is valued and encouraged to grow in Christ, developing to his or her full potential.

strives to achieve the highest possible academic standards, taking into account the ability and needs of each pupil.

equips its pupils with the broad-based skills, knowledge and Christian vision to enable them to become responsible adult citizens who have a living faith and a clear understanding of their duties as Christians.

is outward looking and positive, actively encouraging participation in the wider community and in the Burnley Learning Partnership.

invests in developing its staff and resources effectively, encouraging life-long learning.

promotes excellence in every aspect of school life through the setting of clear standards combined with effective monitoring, review and the recognition of the need for continuous improvement.

MISSION STATEMENT

A summary of our vision statement is encapsulated in our new mission statement:

Love God
Serve others
Work hard
Value all

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