Summer School

If you applied for summer school for your child the allocated days are as follows:

If your child is in Goretti, Kolbe, Magdalene, Peter or Romero – Monday 22nd and Tuesday 22rd August.

If your child is in Clitherow, Calcutta, Bosco, Bernadette, Assisi – Wednesday 24th and Thursday 25th August.



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Letter from the Headteacher

18 July 2022

To the Parents/Carers of our Blessed Trinity Community, I write to wish
you and your families an enjoyable Summer break.

Exam Season
First of all, I wanted to congratulate Year 11 pupils and Parents for what has been a challenging but very successful exam season. The pupils have been a huge credit to you as Parents with superb attitudes and effort throughout the study programme and tough exams. I am proud of their resilience, motivation and hard work. We enjoyed a fantastic prom to celebrate a fabulous five years at school. I look forward to results day in August when we will be able to see the outcomes of all that hard work. GCSE results day is Thursday 25 August 2022 from 9.00am-11.00am.

Fantastic Term and Future Events
As we move towards the summer break it is a perfect time to celebrate some of the brilliant events that our pupils have enjoyed this term. As always, the pupils have had some amazing sporting activities. In athletics we have had individual and team success at the Burnley Championships. At County level Erika Corns (Long Jump) and Tillie Ferguson (Javelin) were both crowned Lancashire Champions. Tillie has also represented the county at rugby this year. We also had success in football with the Year 8 boys’ football team winning the Burnley Schools Cup. Finlay Clark successfully represented the U14 Lancashire football team. Li-Bau Stowell and Ella Brannigan both signed for Preston North End FC. KS3 SEND Football Team successfully represented Burnley at the Lancashire School Games in Blackpool last week. We are also proud of how our Junior Sports Leaders have organised and run recent primary events. Sports Day was a huge success, over 1000 pupils competing in a variety of athletic events, with House Jerusalem being crowned sports day champions.

School Show
It was an absolute pleasure to be able to return to Burnley Mechanics for our annual musical after the two-year break. The Little Shop of Horrors cast was a fully inclusive cast made up of over 40 pupils ranging from Year 7 -11. They have all been outstanding and have conducted themselves with the highest professionalism.

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The cast has consisted of some of our more experienced performers as well as welcoming newcomers to the stage. We are extremely proud of all their efforts and achievements. This has been echoed in the feedback from audience members which included not only parents but the wider local community. We are excited for the next academic year!

We also celebrated the many successes of pupils’ academic achievement, positive attendance and attitude to learning in our Junior Awards Evening. Over 140 pupils were recognised for their excellence in learning and our congratulations go to them once again.

We came together as a Catholic community to celebrate our Trinity Feast Day. All celebrated Mass as a year group and all lessons throughout the day focused on the elements of the ‘Blessed Trinity’. A very special day for us all ended with pupils receiving an ice cream treat!

Senior Prefects
Following an intensive selection procedure, I am proud to announce the names of our new senior prefects. Our new Head Girl is Lucy Horsfall, our new Head Boy is Sebastian Bernabe, our new Deputy Head Girl is Evie Musso and our new Deputy Head Boy is Jacob Williams. I know that they will do a fantastic job representing and supporting all of our wonderful pupils in school.
Congratulations also must be given to the many Year 10 pupils who have been given Senior Prefect roles across school. Pupil leadership goes from strength to strength.

Please see a reminder of the requirements of our uniform policy at the end of the letter.

Summer Break
School will close for pupils on Thursday 21 July 2022 at 1.00pm. Buses have been arranged. All pupils eligible for free school meals will be able to receive their lunch during break-time. All pupils will return to school on Monday 5 September 2022. Year 7-10 pupils will enter/exit school at the top gate and Year 11 will enter/exit school via the Theatre at the front of school.
Pupils may wait on the school yard from 8.15am and will enter school at 8.35am.

To finish, I would just like to let you know how much I have appreciated all your support and input into ensuring that this year has been a successful one for our school community. Without you as Parents/Carers working together, we could not achieve any of this. Finally, I would like to take this opportunity to wish you and your family an enjoyable summer holiday.

Yours sincerely

Deborah Williams (Mrs)


If you are purchasing new shoes for your child, please ensure they are in keeping with our policy as outlined below:
Shoes must be plain black only. No logos, stripes, high heels, canvas or boots of any type. Trainers are not acceptable footwear. If a pupil attends school with unacceptable footwear they will be expected to wear footwear provided by school until this can be rectified.

Hair styles
If your child has chosen a different hair style for the summer holidays, please ensure that it will be in keeping with our school rules upon our return to school:
Hair styles should be neat and tidy and of one natural hair colour. Hair should not be shorter than a ‘number 2’ without lines or fashionable designs. Hair should not be of an extreme length or style.

Jewellery and Makeup
I would like to remind you that items of jewellery or makeup, including nail varnish, false tan, false nails and false eyelashes are not allowed in school. Pupil’s will not be allowed to attend lessons if the uniform offence is unable to be rectified with products supplied by school. If any item of jewellery is seen on a pupil, it will be confiscated and handed to reception and only returned to a parent.

Outdoor coats
Outdoor coats should be warm and waterproof preferably in navy blue, black, or a dark colour.
The wearing of hoodies, fleeces, track suit tops or other fashion wear is not allowed.
Coats should not be worn inside the building but may be worn outside at break and lunchtimes.

The full uniform policy can be found on our website at:
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Mrs Keighley via email at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.







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