Head Teacher's Message
Welcome to the St Bernadette Catholic Secondary School website.
At St Bernadette’s we pride ourselves on being a vibrant faith community and an ambitious learning community, where everyone is valued and has a part to play. Strong, caring relationships, high expectations and making the most of every opportunity are key features of our school.
We are committed to every child achieving their potential and becoming a confident life-long learner. Our students achieve well. In our school students also grow and develop through the love and teachings of Christ, becoming responsible citizens able to make a positive contribution in society.
We want our students to enjoy school, to learn and love learning, to have fun, make friends and grow in awareness of those around them. We also want them to work hard and experience success across a range of subjects and school experiences.
I hope our website gives you a good impression of life at St Bernadette’s and that you will see that we offer a quality education within a caring Christian environment where your child will be known and nurtured.
The Learning Hub - School CampThe Learning Hub will be holding a raffle this term to raise funds for school camp which will take place later on in the year. The proceeds of the raffle will enable students to do more activities at camp without incurring the additional cost. We hope that you will all be abl...Read full story
Stages 2017 VideoStages 2017 Video...Read full story
Debate MateMy name is Leah Morris and I am the President of our schools Debate Team. Debate Mate is the best way to express your beliefs and develop your social skills as well as your confidence. My first impression of debate mate, before I joined, was that the members would be a group...Read full story
St Bernadette VideoA film crew came to our school to make an advert for us to show at a local event in The Galleries and Cribbs Causeway shopping areas. Our pupils behaved impeccably and were extremely professional. Throughout the two day shoot various pupils had parts to play such as saying a s...Read full story