Blessed Trinity College show the beauty in kindness.

Blessed Trinity College show the beauty in kindness.

Pupils from the Blessed and Beautiful Training College studying hairdressing and beauty decided to use their talents to bring a little joy to their community in the run up to Christmas.

The young people devised a competition in which members of the local community could nominate a person they felt was most deserving of a pre-Christmas treat. After reviewing all the entrants, the winners were invited to attend a pamper day at the college on Friday the 9th of December, where they received a range of treatments from the students free of charge.

Seeing this selfless show of compassion, staff at the school decided to support the students and put on a light lunch of sandwiches, cakes, tea and coffee to enhance the relaxing experience. Due to the success of the day the students are working to create another event to continue to share their talents and show kindness to the wider community.

Gerry Campbell Chief Executive of the Council for Catholic Maintained Schools commented:

“ On behalf of CCMS I extend my congratulations to the students and the staff at Blessed Trinity College who reached out to their local community with this thoughtful initiative. It is a wonderful example of the underlying philosophy and characteristics of Catholic education, that is, to promote the dignity and worth of every human person; the purpose, value and relationship between education, family, community; and the purpose and meaning of life itself.”

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