School Dog

School Dog at St Julian's Church School

We have a "school dog in training" at St Julian's.

Bonnie is a Labrador and Cocker-Spaniel cross (a ‘cockerdor’). She is chocolate brown and is in her first year of training as a school dog. Mrs Noall is working with the charity Dogs for Health to help train Bonnie as a school dog.

She lives with Mrs Noall and her family, coming to school a few mornings or afternoons a week. Bonnie has a calm but fun-loving temperament and really enjoys meeting and greeting children. She loves a fuss but also loves to run after her own ball at playtime and excels at sleeping too!

All children must have consent to interact with Bonnie and our School Dog Risk Assessment is available on our policies page.

School dog letter to parents

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