Thank you for visiting the page about our Alumni!
We are always delighted to hear from our former students. Please know that you can still play an important role in the life of St Bernadette Catholic Secondary School by returning to talk about your own experiences of university and the workplace, thus inspiring the next generation.
Update your details
Please use the link on the left hand side to update your details. We are hoping that you will provide us with up to date contact information as well as some information about the qualifications you achieved after you left St Bernadette’s and information about your past or current career. With the information you provide we will contact you occasionally, as an Alumni member, about future events and news at St Bernadette’s (such as a reunion or celebration of a big anniversary). We may also contact you to invite you to share your story with our current pupils. We will never sell or give your data to any other organisation.
We are creating an Alumni board to inspire our pupils. If you have a graduation photo that we can use can you please email it to the school email address, email@example.com.
Also on the left hand side is a link to our page with details about Alumni Events.
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