Through the community of students, staff, parents and parish, we strive to provide each child with the desire and opportunity to reach his/her highest potential: spiritually, emotionally, intellectually and physically, in an environment which reflects strong Christian values.
St Bernard's joined KDHS staff and students for a combined ANZAC Day service yesterday. School Captains Amelia Te-Aotonga and Archie Atkinson read the prayer and the Ode of Remembrance. Our oldest students, Thomas Clayton and Mikaylah Gardner, were joined by our youngest PP student, Reeve Noonan, to lay the wreath. ... See MoreSee Less
We are excited for our amazing P&F Goods and Services Auction tonight. Some wonderful artwork from the students will be up for grabs, including this piece from our 3-year-old Jnr. Stars! ... See MoreSee Less
The Year 5/6 camp in Pemberton was a great experience last week. Great weather, great activities and our students were complimented on their wonderful behaviour by the Pemberton Camp staff. Well done, everyone! Thanks to Mr and Mrs Bell, Mrs Davies, Mrs Mathwin and Mrs Macri for their help and supervision on camp. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to our Schools Classic Tennis Team who competed at Tambellup yesterday - Codi Trethowan, Charli Guidi, Will Sibley, Sophie Greenup and Jack Hornby. Our team came equal first with St Patrick's, Katanning. What an awesome effort. Thank you to Mrs Marinoni for organising our team on the day. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to our Student Ministry Leaders announced at assembly on Friday. Service Ministry: Charli Guidi, Matthew Cant, Thomas Clayton and Georgie Hart. Sustainability Ministry: Sophie Greenup. MJR Ministry: Kate McGuire and Jack Hornby. ... See MoreSee Less