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Name: Joanne Brennan
Date registered: September 30, 2014

Latest posts

  1. Careers Guidance — January 29, 2018
  2. Proposal to remove Burnley Education Trust as the foundation for Unity College — January 11, 2018
  3. Lesley Garrett Performance — January 10, 2018
  4. Beauty and the Beast by Unity College — December 6, 2017
  5. European Day of Languages — December 6, 2017

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Careers Guidance

Good careers guidance connects learning to the future. It motivates young people by giving them a clearer idea of the routes to jobs and careers that they will find engaging and rewarding. Good careers guidance widens students’ horizons, challenges stereotypes and raises aspirations. It provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to make successful …

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Proposal to remove Burnley Education Trust as the foundation for Unity College

It is proposed that Unity College, Towneley Holmes, BB11 3DF (a secondary foundation school) remove the foundation trust of Burnley Education Trust (BET) from 1st March 2018. Any person may object to, or comment on, the proposals and the procedure. Pursuant to regulation 10 objections or comments should be sent to the governing body at …

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Lesley Garrett Performance

The Unity College Choir were recently invited to perform with Lesley Garrett at the Guild Hall in Preston for a Northern Christmas Prom. Students were joined by another twoother schools from across the North West to sing a range of Christmas carols and songs with Lesley Garrett and the Northern Philharmonic Orchestra. Students had a …

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Beauty and the Beast by Unity College

A heart-warming tale on a cold winter’s night. The audience left the Auditorium glowing after watching Unity College’s Beauty and the Beast JR. in early December. The ‘tale as old as time’ was actually written in the early eighteenth century by Madame Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve (1695 – 1755) and was first published in 1740 …

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European Day of Languages

Unity College students were recently involved in celebrating the ‘European Day of Languages’. PD groups took part in a quiz and discussed the role of languages in the wider world. Year 7 Modern Foreign Languages students also took part in a whole college competition to design a poster following the theme of ‘My Sports Language …

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Duke of Edinburgh Fundraiser

Aimee Shearer, a student at Unity College, and granddaughter of former Mayor, Councillor Frank Cant, is using her fundraising experience as part of her work towards a Duke of Edinburgh bronze award. “It’s a good way to meet different people,” said Aimee. “There’s no reason why young people can’t get involved in fundraising and help …

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Restart a Heart

Over the last week all students in year 7, and many staff, were involved in Restart a Heart training run by North West Ambulance Service (NWAS). Volunteers from NWAS, Lancashire Fire Service, Lancashire Constabulary and Royal Blackburn Emergency Department worked with students to train them in life saving skills including CPR, using an AED and …

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Unity College Sporting Success 2017

Year 7 girls netball team, participated in the Burnley High Schools Tournament competing against Shuttleworth, Hameldon, Burnley High School, Sir John Thursby and Blessed Trinity. Both teams did exceptionally well, group 1, took first place, and group 2 took seconds place. A great start to the netball fixtures ladies. Unity College netball teams from year …

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Football Winners!

Girls u12 Football team played Ormskirk School last Friday, winning 2-1. Megan Rodriguez secured 2 goals overall, one in the first half and another in the second half of the game. The girls U12 will now go through to the second round of the Lancashire Cup. The teams Goalkeeper, Isobel Halton obtained the player of …

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Dancing Partners

Olivia Hickey and Jodie-Leigh Weller gave up a Sunday afternoon to spend entertaining the elderly people at Dove Court Nursing Home. Both girls are classical sequence dance partners and wowed everyone with their performance. They also spent time talking and dancing with the elderly people and staff at the nursing home. Everyone had a lovely …

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