Notre Dame High School

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March 22, 2019
by Mr Robertson

Important Notice from Headteacher

Consultation on proposed changes to entrance criteria for Notre Dame High School


Head teacher Notre Dame Glasgow

Mrs Rosie Martin

As Headteacher, I would like you to be aware of the live consultation in relation to Notre Dame High School.

The local authority are currently seeking views from all interested parties on future entrance criteria for our school and I would encourage you to express your opinion on the following proposals;

Option 1 – No change. Notre Dame High remains girls only with two associated primary schools, St Ninian’s and Notre Dame Primary.

Option 2 – Notre Dame High remains girls only with an extended and altered catchment area to include Notre Dame, St. Patrick’s Primary, St. Joseph’s Primary and St. Charles’ Primary.

Option 3 – Notre Dame High changes to co-educational with a catchment area to include Notre Dame Primary, St Patrick’s Primary and St. Joseph’s Primary.

Below, you will find the link to both the full consultation paper and the associated survey:

Consultation – Entry Criteria for Notre Dame High






I have arranged a number of dates where the consultation paper and survey link will be available in school for anyone who requires support or access to the online survey. These are;

Monday 25 March – 3.35 p.m.– 6 p.m.

Tuesday 16 April – 3.00 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Thursday 18 April – all day

Should you require support and these dates are not suitable, please contact me at the school and I will be happy to arrange something more convenient.

You should also be aware of three public meetings which have been planned, allowing all interested parties the opportunity to listen, to express their views and hear the opinion of others. These are listed below;

Tuesday 16 April               Notre Dame High School, 7 p.m.

Thursday 25 April             St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary, 7 p.m.

Tuesday 7 May                  St. Roch’s Secondary, 7 p.m.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at the school.

June 7, 2019
by Mr Robertson

Activities Day – Thursday 20th June

The PDF below has all of the information regarding the upcoming Activities Day on 20th June 2019.

Please ensure that you follow the instructions in each event and sign up with the appropriate group leader.

Activities Day – Information (PDF)

Below is a picture of the Group Leaders for each event.


May 29, 2019
by Mr Robertson

Expressive Arts – Summer Showcase

Expressive Arts – Summer Showcase -Monday 17th June @ 7pm

Pupils from both Drama and Music, will showcase their gifts and talents to you all on Monday 17th June, in the school, starting at 7pm. There will be; singing, orchestral music, solos/duets and drama performances, to name a few.

Doors open at 6.30pm. ‘First come, first served’, for a seat at the tables, with yummy treats. No ticket required, but opportunity at the end to leave a donation. Looking forward to seeing you all there.

Mrs Lindsey Millar

April 18, 2019
by Mr Robertson

Parental Involvement and Engagement Census (PIE) – Secondary Schools

Parents and carers are by far the most important influence on children’s lives.  Research shows that when parents are involved in their child’s learning, children do better at school and throughout their lives.  Glasgow City Council would like to get an idea of how you feel about your child’s school and to give you a chance to reflect on the partnerships you are experiencing.


Please click the link below to see the survey:


March 21, 2019
by Mr Robertson

Glasgow City Council – Consultation

Glasgow City Council’s consultation to decide future entry requirements for our High School is underway. You have until Friday 24 May 2019 to make your voice heard.

Please add comments or recommendations alongside the option you select:

1) Status quo – keep the school as it is with the same catchment area

2) Status quo and extended catchment – increase the number of associated schools – allowing more girls direct access to the school

3) Change the school to a co-education offer – allowing boys, potentially as early as 2020.


Notre Dame High School Parent Council’s preferred option is number 2, with the added comment that St Ninian’s Primary should stay within the revised catchment.

That position is based on the fact that over 95% of our parents and carers have already expressed their clear wish for our school to remain all-girls. In a questionnaire distributed last year, you also told us that you would agree with extending the catchment area to allow more girls to access its inclusive and inspiring educational benefits.

Make your voice heard here:









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Notre Dame High is positively contributing to raising attainment levels. It is offering educational choice for our families alongside combatting poverty in Glasgow.

Parent Council letter issued to all parents and carers on Monday 18 March can also be found here:

NDPC Consultation

Parent Council letter in Urdu can be found here:

NDHS Consultation Urdu

March 8, 2019
by Mr Robertson

iPad Parent and Pupil Agreement Events S1-S3

Last night we welcomed parents and S1 pupils to our school to begin the process of digitising learning and teaching through the use of iPads. Thank you to all who came along. A reminder that there are two further evenings for parents and pupils in S2 on Monday 11th March and S3 on Thursday 14th March beginning at 6.30pm.

Please feel free to attend an evening that suits you best to sign our parental agreement.

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February 7, 2019
by Mr Robertson

S2 Options Booklet

To aid in the important decision of S2 Options, we have produced a booklet that details what subjects are on offer, where the subjects lead later in life and career prospects for the future workforce.

We hope you find this helpful. Please note: The document may take a few seconds to download.

S2 Options Booklet

November 22, 2018
by Mr Robertson

Minutes of the Glasgow City Parent’s Group

Please find the minutes for the Glasgow City Parent’s Group below:

Minutes of Glasgow Parents in Partnership Meeting held on 13.11.18

Among the items discussed at the meeting, item 4 is a uniform exchange programme. Please see details below:

Apparel Xchange

Apparel Xchange is a social enterprise which tries to kit children out in an affordable uniform by reusing and recycling uniforms. They receive used uniforms from schools lost property and from parents. They check, wash and sell these garments at a small cost. The enterprise is trying to make children aware of the supply chain, their massive duty to preserve the planet, learn how to wash their clothes, put labels on them and hopefully with this knowledge make better choices. The enterprise has a Pop-up shop in the southside of Glasgow. For your information, attached is a flyer about the forthcoming Pop-up shop sale days.

Apparel Xchange’s contact details are:



Facebook: ApparelXchange CIC


November 21, 2018
by Mr Robertson

Supported Study Weekend

As we approach assessment time, the school has a full supported study programme in place.

This weekend there are additional supported study sessions, please see the timetable below for details:

Nov 2018 Study Weekend

Please ensure your child has reserved a place and handed in a signed consent form.

In addition, please find the supported study calendar across the school below:

Supported Study Calendar Oct-Dec 2018

Please click the links to download a PDF version of both timetables.

November 20, 2018
by Mr Robertson

Notre Dame Christmas Concert!

As ever, Notre Dame is hosting a Christmas Concert. Please see details below:

Christmas Concert is Tuesday 4th December, (7pm) 2018.

Tickets will be on sale this week and next, lunchtime in the school foyer (£4 adult & £2 concession or £10 2 adult & 2 child). Tickets will also be sold on the night.

Please purchase soon as spaces at tables go quickly! Looking forward to spreading the Christmas joy with you all.

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