St Gerard’s School is a co-educational independent school for pupils aged 4 to 18. 
We have a junior school and senior school with classes from reception all the way up to sixth form study.

The senior school is housed in the original Convent House, together with a purpose built extension and a recently-built block of additional classrooms located at the rear of the main building. 

The junior school is located in a separate building on Convent Lane, adjacent to the senior school, and is purpose-built. 

The school benefits from a number of specialist rooms in order to deliver effectively the modern secondary school curriculum.   

Academic and pastoral care are important to all staff within the school and its size enables us to keep in close touch with all aspects of the progress of our young people.  St Gerard’s prides itself on its broad academic intake; young people of every level of ability find themselves able to make substantial progress.  However, the school does not claim to have special needs provision. 

The happy, secure environment and effective learning atmosphere are aspects of the school that visitors invariably comment upon and we have been fortunate to have this positive feature highlighted in every inspection.  These inspections have also commented on ‘the exemplary behaviour of pupils’.

The school operates both an anti-bullying policy and a complaints’ procedure, copies of which are available from the general office on request. 

Our History

St Gerard's stands in its own grounds. Founded in 1915 by the Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy as a girls' day and boarding school, it moved to its current location in 1917. It has been a fully co-educational day school since the early 1980s and in 1990, a trust was formed with the first lay headteacher appointed in 1991.

St Gerard's aims to create a Christian setting in which every young person has the opportunity to make the most of his or her individual gifts, laying the firm foundation of a successful future, within a caring community.

We seek the all-round development - academic, social and spiritual - of all pupils in our care, aiming for the highest standards each can attain, equipping them as fully as possible for their life beyond school. We wish to help pupils develop as happy, confident people whose contribution to society as adults will be responsible, positive, disciplined and unselfish.

We have a particular commitment to:

The school is a member of ISA and WISC under the umbrella of ISC.

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Celebration of DofE success with  pupil at Buckingham Palace Celebration of DofE success with pupil at Buckingham Palace A pupil from St Gerard’s School attended a presentation at Buckingham Palace, where they received their Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award in the presence of Alistair Stewart and The Princess Royal. Read more > Youth Musical Theatre Success Youth Musical Theatre Success Alex in Year 12 has been successful in auditioning for the Youth Musical Theatre (YMT) in London. Read more > A Poem for Easter A Poem for Easter Easter Change - a poem by Elise (Year 7) Read more > Pirates vs Mermaids Pirates vs Mermaids Strong performances were seen by all members of the cast for our primary school annual drama production. This year based on 'Pirates vs. Mermaids'. Read more > STEM - Nature's Work Session STEM - Nature's Work Session Jim Langley from outdoor education group Nature's Work ran the junior school STEM session on Tuesday. Read more > Lab in a Lorry 2018 Lab in a Lorry 2018 Our Year 7 pupils enjoyed a trip down the hill to attend the 'Lab in a Lorry' event hosted by Bangor University. Read more > Weather Alert Weather Alert St Gerard's School weather information Read more > Going to the zoo ... Going to the zoo ... Wednesday 24 January. Cold and rainy. Windy. And Years 7, 8 and 9 are going to Chester Zoo! We left school for a combined geography and English trip in weather that was more suitable for a duvet day Read more > STEM Club on Digestion STEM Club on Digestion Today in our after school STEM club, the pupils made a digestion model which demonstrated how food is broken down in the stomach by stomach acid. Read more > Met Office Visit at RAF Valley Met Office Visit at RAF Valley Years 3 and 4 have been studying the weather in geography and they were invited to visit the Met Office based at RAF Valley. Read more > Carol Service Carol Service Once again we gathered for the end of term celebration at Bangor Cathedral. Read more > Year 7 Taster Day Year 7 Taster Day If your child is thinking about or planning on joining us in September 2018 as a Year 7 pupil, we would like to offer them the opportunity to join our taster day on Friday, 19 January 2018. Read more > St Gerard's UK Ranking St Gerard's UK Ranking St Gerard's have been ranked 9th in Wales for independent secondary schools on both our A Level and GCSE results. We are among 2 schools to achieve top 10 in North Wales. Read more > Macmillan Coffee Afternoon Macmillan Coffee Afternoon What a fantastic turnout for our 'Macmillan Coffee Morning' event on Friday, 29 September! Thank you to pupils, parents and staff for their support. Read more > GCSE Results 2017 GCSE Results 2017 GCSE results are in 61% of grades attained were A* – A with 94% of grades A* - C. In addition to this there was a 100% A*-A performance in Welsh 2nd Language Read more > A Level Results 2017 A Level Results 2017 Today the A Level grades have demonstrated that once again, St Gerard's pupils have performed to a high standard. With 41.7% A/A* results St Gerard's is well above the national average. Read more > Centenary Celebrations Centenary Celebrations We will be celebrating our centenary on Saturday July 1st. In the evening there will be a dinner at Neuadd Reichel, tickets for this event can be purchased by contacting the school. Read more > Paris Trip 2017 Paris Trip 2017 GCSE and A level pupils in art and French ventured to Paris over the Easter break to visit various museums and galleries including The Louvre, Centre Pompidou, Musee D'Orsay and the Pantheon. Read more > Easter Egg Hunt Easter Egg Hunt It was an eventful last day of term with a series of Easter egg hunts scheduled for all years throughout both the junior and senior school. Best wishes to all for a happy and safe Easter holiday. Read more > April Open Day April Open Day We will be holding an Open Day at Bron Eifion Country House Hotel in Criccieth on Saturday, 08 April 2017 from 11.00 until 14.00. Read more >
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