Key Information

  • The school day begins at 8.55am prompt and the playground is supervised from 8.30am. Pupils should arrive at any point between these times. Your child should be in the rear playground ready to start school by 8.55am.
  • The school day ends at 3.15pm and pupils in Year 3 and 4 need to be collected at the school gate. Year 5 who live locally and Year 6 may go home unaccompanied with parental consent as long as they are leaving school before 4.00pm.
  • All absence should be reported to the school, by telephone on the first morning of absence and followed up by a letter immediately on return to school.
  • All absences other than sickness and medical must have the Headteacher's permission by completing a Term Time Absence Form. 
  • Parents may choose to pay for school dinners or provide a healthy packed lunch. Some families may be eligible for free school meals. Once you have decided, you must request from the office or print off from  this website a change of meal type form.
  • Pupils may bring a healthy snack for break time and if they have an after school club.
  • Homework is given by all class teachers. Please provide your child with a quiet place and time to complete their homework tasks and check their work is completed.
  • Children wear our uniform with pride. Please ensure your child wears the correct uniform every day including an appropriate hairstyle. Earrings are not allowed in school.
  • Mobile phones are not allowed in school. Only URGENT messages will be passed to pupils.
  • Pupils need to bring a pencil case containing 2 handwriting pens, 2 pencils, a sharpener, a rubber, a 15cm ruler and a gluestick.
  • All concerns about pupil behaviour should be dealt with through the school.

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 Welcome to our school.St Bernadette Catholic Junior School is situated in Clapham Park and provides a rich learning environment for our pupils where the gospel values are learned, lived and celebrated.

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