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.
Start of new school year - September 2020Please click HERE for information on returning to school in September 2020Read full story
Covid 19 related, pupil absence - A quick guide for parentsCovid 19 related, pupil absence - A quick guide for parents What to do if… Action needed Return to school when… My child has Covid-19 symptoms. HIGH TEMPERATURE- This means they feel hot to the touch on their c...Read full story
Start of Year ServiceSt Bernadette's today celebrated a Start of Year Service together like never before!Read full story
Welcome Back Years 7 & 11Today we welcomed our new Year 7s and Year 11 back to St Bernadette's. It was lovely to have our pupils back in school. They all looked wonderfully smart in their school uniform and settled back into school life with positivity and enthusiasm. We are very much looking forward to welcoming...Read full story
EXAMS - St Bernadette's Pupils Celebrate SuccessResults statement 2020 At St Bernadette Catholic Secondary School we are committed to our students achieving excellence in all that they do. As such we are proud of the results that students at St Bernadette achieved in 2020. It is important to note that as there were no formal examinations sat...Read full story
Year 11 Leavers Message
Baker of the Year Cake Competition