Dear Parents/Carers, Our new Financial Inclusion Officer, Gerry Ryan has already helped 26 of our families at Notre Dame High. You can get in touch for advice about Free School Meals, Clothing Grants, Educational Maintenance Allowance. Gerry offers a … Continue reading →
Please the see the document below from Skills Development Scotland (SDS) with helpful advice on subject choices. This will be applicable to any pupil choosing their subjects for next year. Click on the picture or link below Helping your child … Continue reading →
Please see the letter attached from Maureen McKenna (Director of Education) regarding payments to those eligible for free school meals. Free School Meals letter – M McKenna The link below contains all the relevant information on free school meals … Continue reading →
So that you can support your daughter to plan her time and preparation effectively, please find both the S4 Supported Study timetable for this term attached and a calendar for the S4 Mid-term assessments which take place in December and January. … Continue reading →
CAMHS is the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service, they support young people all across the UK and because they are unable to see pupils face to face, they have put lots of supportive resources on their website. The link … Continue reading →
Updated 1 April 2020 On behalf of all the staff, I send good wishes to you and your family during this difficult time. I hope that you are managing to follow the guidelines around social distancing in an effort to … Continue reading →
Autism Awareness Week is 1-7 April and the National Autistic Society is organising a sponsored walk across 5 locations in the UK (including Glasgow). Please see the National Autistic Society’s page below to see more details and for registration. https://www.autism.org.uk/nightwalks
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 … Continue reading →
Supported Study sessions will run between October and Christmas. All sessions are subject to change. The current timetable can be accessed by clicking on the image shown below. This post will be updated as/when new sessions are added.
Please come along and support our Music department when the girls will perform at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. The performance takes place on Wednesday 25th October at 1pm. The event is free and there is no need to book … Continue reading →
You can access our School and Business Partnership Plan for the 2017/18 session by clicking on the image shown below. For more information on DSYW partnerships at our school, please contact Mrs Marshall via the Contact Us page of this … Continue reading →
For more information on our partnerships please contact Mrs Marshall via the contact us page of this site. The Bank of Scotland delivered a Financial Literacy Programme to S2, S4 and S5 students. They worked with students to teach them … Continue reading →
We have lots of exciting upcoming events with Glasgow Airport this session. For more information on our partnerships, please contact Mrs Marshall via the contact us page of this site. How to Land Your Dream Job Our S6 pupils will … Continue reading →
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
A reminder to all pupils and parents that school closes tomorrow at 2.30 p.m. for the spring holiday. Mrs Martin and staff wish you an enjoyable holiday and a happy and holy Easter. See you on Tuesday 18 April.
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 … Continue reading →
The Child Poverty Action Group in Scotland produced a report entitled ‘Cost of the School Day’. This report draws attention to the financial barriers that may prevent young people from participating fully in education.
Pupils, parents and carers are invited to attend our annual Senior Phase Options Conference on Thursday 2nd March from 6.00pm until 7.30pm. Representatives of universities, colleges and apprenticeship schemes will be in attendance.
Parents are the first and most important educators of their children. You can access a copy of the school timetable by clicking on the image shown below. This may be of assistance if you plan to talk to your daughter … Continue reading →