Corporal Works of Mercy - Give Drink to the Thirsty
In term 4 we focussed on Giving Drink to the Thirsty. Each tutor group was challenged to raise £30 so that we would be able to provide a community in the developing world with access to clean water.
We are delighted to say that we met our £750 target! This was achieved through pupils taking responsibility for fundraising; we had cake sales, face painting, tea parties and ‘soak the teacher’ to name but a few of the activities organised by our pupils. The well that will be constructed through the collective efforts of our young people will make an enormous difference to the lives of so many.
St Bernadette’s guide to being well readSt Bernadette’s guide to being well read, 100 + suggested books. Reading a broad range of books will give you a broad and varied vocabulary Top 10 classic books – Must Reads Watership Down by Richard Adams Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Jane Eyre by Charlott...Read full story
The Alpha CourseThe Alpha Course at St Bernadette’s We are delighted to announce that St Bernadette Catholic Secondary School and the Parish of St Bernadette will be running the Alpha Course on Thursday evenings from 7pm to 8.30pm, starting January 9th 2020 for 11 weeks. What is Alpha? Alpha is a series...Read full story
St Bernadette’s Students Celebrate Exam ResultsStudents, parents and staff at St Bernadette’s are celebrating strong results for individual students and across a range of GCSE subjects.Read full story
Why Reading Books is ImportantAs a school, we are promoting reading for pleasure and as such our students are reading for 20 minutes daily through our Drop Everything and Read programme. We want to encourage students to challenge themselves to read books that they would not normally read. We have compiled a suggested reading...Read full story