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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.

Best wishes

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Basia McLaughlin
Headteacher

 

Latest News

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    Thank you so much to all of our young people who joined in this project. This was a wonderful joint project between our school and St Bernadette's Parish. What a fantastic way to celebrate unity at Pentecost! Click on the link to view the Pentecost prayer wall! https://padlet.com/marksadd2/StB...
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  • Prizegiving 2020

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    1st June 2020 Dear Parents and Carers of St Bernadette Pupils, I hope you and your families continue to remain safe and well.  It was hard to imagine when we closed on 20th March, that as we start of the last school term of this academic year, we would still be closed to the majority of o...
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