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Admissions Academic Year 2021 - 2022
We wish to make changes to our admission arrangements that will take effect from the academic year 2021/2022. The consultation period will last from Wednesday 16th October until Tuesday 3rd December 2019.  If you would like to comment on the  proposed Admission Policy for 2021/2022 please direct your comments to Mrs Nunnerley via consult@stberns.bristol.sch.uk or contact her at the school.

Click here to view the Admission Policy 2021/2022 and the Supplementary Information Form.
Please see below to view individual parish maps.

Admissions Academic Year 2020-2021
Click here for the Admission Policy 2020-2021 and the Supplementary Information Form.
For information on how to apply for a secondary school place through Bristol City Council please click HERE
Click here
for a list of Catholic churches in full communion with Rome.

Admissions Academic Year 2019-2020
Click here for the Admission Policy 2019-2020 and the Supplementary Information Form.
Click here for information on appeals.

A map of  our geographical area of prime responsibility is available Here (this may take a few minutes).  Once opened click the map to enlarge or reduce the image. Our OS map co-ordinates are E 360984.194 & N 168700.384

Individual Maps of Parishes are available below:
Christ the King, Knowle West                          Holy Cross, Bedminster         
Our Lady of Lourdes, Kingswood                   Sacred Heart, Chew Magna
St Augustines of Canterbury, Downend         St Bernadette, Whitchurch
St Gerald Majella, Knowle                                 St Josephs, Fishponds
St Mary on the Quay, Bristol                            St Nicholas of Tolentino, Easton
St Patrick, Redfield                                             St Pius X, Withywood             

 
 
If you have any queries regarding admissions or would like a paper copy of the Admission Policy please contact ​Mrs Nunnerley at the school.
 

 

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