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St Bernard`s Catholic School
Daws Hill Lane, HP11 1PW, UK High Wycombe
+44 (0)1494 535196

Welcome to St. Bernard's Catholic School. St. Bernard's is voluntary aided school for boys and girls aged 11-19. It is under the trusteeship of the Diocese of Northampton. In September 2002 the school roll was 662. In September 2003 it will be 685 and will rise again slightly in 2004.

The school is dedicated to the memory of St. Bernard 1090-1153 who was one of the most important and influential figures in the Church during the 12th century who founded the Bernardine order and established 67 monasteries and centres of learning throughout Northern Europe. Our school was founded in 1973.


Any family considering making an application for a place at St Bernard's should be clear that they are making a commitment to this Catholic School, as well as benefiting from all that this Christian community has to offer.

The Policy

The School accepts Catholic students at 11 + from South Buckinghamshire: Amersham, Aylesbury, Beaconsfield, Bourne End, Chalfont St. Peter, Chesham Bois, Denham, Flackwell Heath, Gerrards Cross, Great Missenden, High Wycombe, Holmer Green, Marlow, Princes Risborough and Stokenchurch.

In addition, Catholic students aged 11+ from St. Mary's and St. Edmund Campion Catholic schools in Maidenhead are also eligible to apply.

The school also accepts applications from practising members of other Christian denominations, up to the percentage set by the Governing Body.

Parents wishing to send their child to St. Bernard's need to complete an application form and return it to the school as soon as possible. All applications will be acknowledged and parents are invited to visit the school with their child in the Lent term. Acceptances will be announced at the same time as the LEA announces the result of its 11 + allocation procedure.

Appeals may be made against any decision made by, or on behalf of, the Governors concerning admissions. Appeals need to be in writing and addressed to the Chairman of the Governors, Mr. M Moore, stating the grounds for the appeal.

Sixth Form Admission Policy

1. All students in year 11 will be admitted to the sixth form if they have fulfilled published academic criteria and with the approval of the Headteacher.

2. Further Roman Catholic students will be admitted to the sixth form, upon application and approval of the Headteacher and if they fulfil the above mentioned academic criteria.

3. Up to ten non-Roman Catholic students will be admitted to the sixth form, upon application to and approval of the Headteacher and if they fulfil the above mentioned academic criteria. Such non-Roman Catholic students must be (or their parents must be) practising, communicant members of a Christian denomination and must support the Catholic ethos.

4. Further non-Catholic applicants, including non-Christian applicants, may apply to the Headteacher, but will be referred, individually, to the Governing Body.

5. The standard entry number to the sixth form is one.

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