Class of 2019 Awards Evening
Blessed Trinity welcomed back their Class of 2019 at their Presentation of Awards Evening.
The Guest of Honour was Catholic Education Consultant Peter Coady who, over the past two years, has been offering leadership support to secondary schools, including Blessed Trinity, making an impact and inspiring students, especially last year’s Year 11s.
Mr Coady said: “I love coming to Blessed Trinity, it’s a special school.
“Here, the school values are not just phrases, they are lived out and I am sure these pupils had a special, rewarding and enjoyable time at Blessed Trinity.”
On the night, The College Attainment Award was presented to Eleanor Latham, who achieved a staggering nine Grade 9s and a Grade 8, and was described by her teachers as a ‘dazzling talent.’ She took part in national English and Maths competitions, worked as a sports leader and also embraced the school productions in her five years at Blessed Trinity.
The winner of the Progress Award was Annabelle Uttley, praised for her drive and determination.
Katie Dilworth won the Contribution to the Community Award for her ‘outstanding service,’ working as a reading mentor, a sports leader, she was involved in the Year 11 prom dress project, she represented the school at netball and she turned out tirelessly to help at Open Evenings and Progress Evenings.
Lance Domingo was presented with the Contribution to College Life award, a dedicated senior prefect who committed himself to a range of school activities and stood out for using his musical talents, playing the piano at Open Evenings and in assemblies.
The Specialist College Sports Award was awarded to Luke Stowe for being an outstanding sportsman for the last five years, representing school in numerous sports and captaining the school football team to three Lancashire Cups and to the quarter- finals of the English Schools Competition. Luke recently signed a football scholarship for Accrington Stanley.
Connor Johnson won the Specialist College Humanities Award, for his dedication and hard work within his humanities subjects. Connor was described as showing ‘a positive mindset and commitment.’
Tierney Smith celebrated the Contribution for Faith Life Award. Tierney contributed enthusiastically to the planning, preparation and delivery of liturgies, assemblies and fund raising campaigns within school and the wider community.
The Endeavour Award was presented to Archie Vickers. This award is given to a young person who has overcome some significant difficulties in school life and Archie showed fortitude in his determination to make good progress at school. He involved himself in the whole life of the school, particularly in supporting younger pupils, and made exceptional progress across all his subjects.
Finally, The Mick Ennis Sporting Commitment Award went to last year’s Head Boy Matthew Whitworth. Matthew attended numerous sporting clubs and successfully represented the football team in three Lancashire Cup Finals. He also helped to organise primary school sport competitions. He has successfully completed the Duke of Edinburgh Silver Award and is currently completing his FA coaching badges.