Health and Wellbeing Advice
St Bernadette Catholic Secondary School is committed to protecting our pupils and ensuring their safety and wellbeing, not just whilst at school but also in the wider community. On the links from this page, you will find help and advice from ParentInfo, a collaboration between Parent Zone and CEOP.
Parent Zone is an organisation which has worked since 2005 in providing parents with information, support and advice particularly around digital technologies and the impact this has on families.
CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) is the Child Protection command of the National Crime Agency. Through their work and education, they help to keep children safe whilst online as well as studying the impact this may have on their offline lives.
Please browse the topics that are listed on the left hand side.
NHS COVID-19 Advice: If your child is ill with another illness/injury
When your child is ill or injured it is very difficult to decide if/when to call your child’s GP, NHS 111, or go the Accident and Emergency Department (A&E). While the government is asking everyone to stay at home, it can be confusing to know what to do. Here is some guidance around what to do if your child shows any of the following symptoms or signs.
Baker of the Year Cake Competition
Pentecost Project with St Bernadette's ParishThank 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...Read full story
Celebrating Good Work!Some of the fantastic work our students are doing at home!Read full story
Prizegiving 2020Prizegiving 2020 winners have been announced by St Bernadette Catholic Secondary School!Read full story
Coronavirus - Update6th July 2020 Dear Parents and Carers of St Bernadette Pupils, I hope that you had a good weekend and safely managed to make the most of the easing of some of the lockdown restrictions. Last Thursday we received the government guidance on the opening of schools to all pupils in Septe...Read full story