Miss Cowings – Head Teacher
Mr Lavin – Deputy Head Teacher
Mr Carroll – Assistant Head / Science Faculty Leader
Miss C Connaire - Assistant Head / Humanities Faculty Leader
Mrs L Canning – 6LC
Miss K Lakin – 6KL / English KS2
Miss Z Boron - 6ZB
Mr A Markham-Jones – 6AMJ / PE Co-ordinator
Mrs M Kerrigan – Year 6
Mr E Baker - 5EB
Ms Speake - 5KS JR
Ms Dorrian – Year 5 / Arts Faculty Leader
Miss C Grant - Year 5
Mrs A Beaman - 5AB
Mrs McCartan – Year 5
Ms Ryan - 5KS JR
Miss A Hulse - 4AH ICT Co-ordinator
Mrs C Brownhill – 4CB / Science KS1
Miss C Manders - 4CM
Mrs Colclough – Year 4
Mrs T Kelly – 3TK
Miss Gibbs - 3EG
Mrs Hill - 3EH
Mrs E Hill - 3EH / RE Co-ordinator
Mrs Yakoob - Year 3
Mr R Wayne - 2RW
Mrs K Harston – Year 2 \ Art Co-ordinator
Mrs L Gray – Year 2
Miss O’Toole – 2CO'T
Mrs J Robinson – Y2 / SEN
Mrs E Lennon– 2EL
Miss S Fiddler - 1SF
Miss McGrath – 1SMcG
Mrs Jones - 1SJ
Ms Baker – Year
Mrs Begum – 1TK
Mrs Clarke – 1SF
Miss Meehan - RCM
Miss Deards - RSD
Ms T O'Neil - RSD
Miss Brogan – PPA
Miss P Fullerton - RPF
Mrs Heeley – RPF
Miss Finnegan – REF / Maths KS1
Mrs A Robbins - REF / LB
Miss Lavin - Nursery
Miss E Barron - Nursery
Ms O’Brien – Nursery
Mrs S Buchanan - Nursery
Mrs R Kelly – SEN
Ms Corkery – EAL /Science KS2
Mr Kingston – PPA
Mrs O’Connor – PPA
Mrs Docker – Support Teacher
Mrs James – PPA
Mrs Shalvey – LM /PSA
Mrs Payne – LM
Mrs Smallwood – Office
Mrs Byng – Office
Mrs Apted – Technician
Mr Abbott – ICT Operations Manager
Mr Malone – Building Site Supervisor
Mrs Benton – School Cook
Head Teacher's Welcome
Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make in their early years.
As a parent you want your child to feel safe, secure and happy at school. At St Bernadette’s School all children are encouraged, supported and challenged to become the best that they can be.
St Bernadette’s is a Catholic school and our motto
“Learn to Love, love to learn”
is at the heart of everything we do.
St Bernadette’s is much more than an educational establishment it is a place where the children are offered stability and enrichment to learn effectively and develop into well rounded, responsible and respectful young people.
On a recent Ofsted inspection the school was classed as outstanding for personal development and welfare, this is something we as a school are very proud of, the Ofsted inspection is available on the school website and I would encourage you to read it.
St. Bernadette’s is much more than just an educational establishment; it is a beacon of hope and a place which has to offer:
The stability and enrichment they need to become well rounded individuals who are well prepared for the life ahead of them.
A sense of fulfilment and achievement.
A school which assists them in the religious formation of their children and offers them support and advice to develop their children socially, morally and academically.
Therefore we need to provide:
A broad and exciting curriculum which engages all.
A safe and secure stimulating environment in which children are nurtured and supported.
A set of moral values, which inform the choices they make.
Quality professional development based on assessment of needs.
Opportunities to network with other educational establishments.
Up to date information on curriculum and pastoral matters.
Opportunities to develop parenting skills.