Blessed Trinity Roman Catholic College praised for ‘excellent behaviour’
3:59pm Wednesday 18th December 2013 in News
COLLEGE students’ ‘excellent behaviour’ has been praised during a visit by education chiefs.
Bob Stott, director of universal and early support services at the county council, was given a tour at Blessed Trinity Roman Catholic College, Burnley, by head Richard Varey and saw a day in full swing.
The director later praised the atmosphere at the Ormerod Road school.
“I was extremely impressed by the calm atmosphere that pervaded the entire school,” said Mr Stott.
“The standard of uniform worn by your young people was excellent as was the behaviour demonstrated right across the school.
“The standards on display were of a high quality and the relationships between staff and students were respectful and extremely positive.”
Blessed Trinity’s GCSE results have improved for the past three years and this year they celebrated their best ever results, exceeding those of predecessor schools St Theodore’s and St Hilda’s.
Mr Stott also praised the ‘self evident’ commitment of the leadership team.
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