In the summer of 2014, the Scottish government introduced a new bench marking tool for Scottish schools. Insight is now used to track performance from year to year. Data is only finalised in the March of the following year. Depending upon the time of your visit to this page, the data shown may be one or two calendar years behind the current session. As and when the government release new data we will update our website and handbook. The information shown is available from Education Scotland’s Parentzone website (www.educationscotland.gov.uk/parentzone).
Attainment for all learners
The data for school leavers is split into three categories; the lowest twenty per cent in terms of the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation, the middle sixty percent and the highest twenty per cent. The graph is not an indication of how many pupils we presented in each category but instead shows the average tariff score attained by pupils within each group.
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Social Mobility Business Partnership. SMBP.
Ms McGroarty would like to make any S4/5/6 pupils aware of an opportunity in Law, Accountancy or Business. Details below:
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:
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:
Please click the links to download a PDF version of both timetables.
With prelims approaching, there is a full programme of Supported Study available. Please see the timetable below.
Congratulations to our young people receiving their examination results this week. Once again, our S4 results are the highest ever achieved at Notre Dame which places young people in an excellent position as they embark on their fifth year studies. Well done to Pati Alonso of S4 who achieved nine passes at National 5. Pupils in S5 and S6 also achieved some outstanding results with a number of girls achieving 5 Higher passes at “A” grade. In addition, Leah McCabe and Joanne Tahaney of S5 enhanced their academic profile by achieving success in four Highers and Advanced Higher Music. Good luck to our outgoing sixth year pupils as they begin the next stage of their life journey. Remember girls, you are always welcome at Notre Dame High should you need help or advice with decisions around your next steps.
It has been great to see so many of you collecting your new uniforms this week. We are looking forward to hearing your views on the new blazer option and the service provided by our new uniform supplier, Logoxpres.
We hope that our pupils and their families have enjoyed a relaxing summer holiday. Remember that school will resume for all pupils at 8.50 a.m. on Tuesday 15 August and we look forward to welcoming our new first year pupils.
Notre Dame High School
“Ah! Qu’il est bon, le bon Dieu!”
To support our Senior Phase pupils during exam leave, we are offering Study Support sessions at National 5, Higher & Advanced Higher levels. Please see attached timetable for more details. 2017 Departmental Study Support During SQA Examination Period
Important information for parents and carers of S4-S6 pupils can be found in this letter from Mrs Griffin and Mrs Martin. Clicking on the letter will open the PDF file. Please use the links at the bottom of the page to access year group specific schedules for Supported Study.