Romero Catholic Academy Trust is established by the Catholic Diocese of Salford to serve the schools in the north of the diocese across Lancashire, Blackburn with Darwen and Calderdale.
Our Catholic Academy Trust is named after Saint Oscar Romero and his values as a great and inspirational teacher and as a protector of all.
Saint Oscar Romero stood out for his unwavering commitment to living out the Gospel, to providing a witness to the love of God in the face of violence. He was the Archbishop of San Salvador and he was murdered for criticising the government that kept people very poor. He shows us that we must see God in all people and work together to build God’s kingdom of mercy, justice and love on earth.
Today, we can make a renewed commitment to follow in the example of our heroes of our faith to live a life faithful to Jesus. To turn our attention away from possessions and focus on the call to holiness.
Vision and values
Romero Catholic Academy Trust is a family of Catholic schools serving the needs of children and young people in the Diocese of Salford, covering the areas of Lancashire, Blackburn with Darwen and Calderdale. To achieve this, we will uphold four key values:
Faith: to nurture our belief in God
Service: to live out the responsibilities of our faith by serving others
Aspiration: to aspire to fulfil the potential of each individual, created uniquely in the image of God
Collaboration: to work collaboratively; sharing and fostering the strengths and expertise of all.
Romero Catholic Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.
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