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Practical advice and support for parents and pupils

With the upcoming SQA exams, this is a stressful time for all involved please see the link below for any advice and support in the upcoming months.

 

https://www.samh.org.uk/

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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NDHS Handbook

Our updated handbook is available on the right hand sidebar. Please also find a link below.

Handbook 2018-19

 

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

Winter Newsletter

We are excited to share our Winter Newsletter with all!

Please click the link below to view what has been going on in the school this term.

Winter Newsletter 2018

 

S4 Assessment Week

As we approach the S4 Assessments, please see the timetable below for all assessment times and details:

S4 Assessment Week – Timetable 2018

 

Pupil Equity Fund Partner Report

Follow the link to read more about how we have been using the Pupil Equity Fund to support pupils and help close the attainment gap.

Respect Me – Anti-Bullying Week November 2017

Respect is at the heart of all healthy relationships.  Our S1 pupils have joined us from over 50 Glasgow Primary Schools and beyond.  We value all our young people and want them to feel part of our community.  Making new friends and maintaining existing friendships is a huge part of school life.  We have a programme of support to help young people to develop key social skills that will enable them to enjoy healthy and long lasting friendships.  Over the last month, our S1 pupils have benefited from a number of Health and Wellbeing sessions highlighting the difference between positive and negative behaviour within relationships and strategies on how to cope with bullying behaviour.  Takeaway Theatre Company and Police Scotland delivered interactive workshops and presentations which also included valuable online safety and cyberbullying education.  Mrs Henderson, DHT Pupil Support introduced Anti-bullying Week to S1 and S2 with assembly workshops called ‘Respect Means’, pupils had their photos taken as part of a national conversation about what respect means to young people.  Our Pastoral Care Team will deliver follow up PSSE lessons called ‘Responding to Bullying’ and feedback from pupils will be analysed and shared with staff, parents and pupils. Please look out for this on the website in the coming weeks.

You can visit the Respect Me Scotland website using the link below:

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If your daughter experiences disrespectful behaviour, please do not hesitate to contact our Pastoral Care Team immediately.

 

 

 

What happens when all the pupils go home…?

In among the season of Halloween and on the back of learning about the supernatural and gothic elements in Coleridge’s and Poe’s writing, Mr McCarthy’s S1 class were recently treated to some spooky tales by Robert our jannie. In the great tradition of storytelling, Robert kept the class captivated, recounting eerie experiences and unexplainable occurrences that have taken place in Notre Dame down through the years outside of school hours. The setting of dark, empty corridors and classrooms certainly provide great stimulation for the imagination with Robert painting a very vivid picture of the strange goings-on when everyone has gone home.

Road Safety – Drop off and pick up

Dear Parents/Carers,

Please do not stop your vehicle in the middle of the road when dropping your daughter off in the morning or picking her up in the afternoon. There are a number of parking bays free in the local area where cars can be parked for a few minutes and pupils can enter/exit vehicles safely. As it stands, pupils are endangering their safety by entering and leaving cars in the middle of the road and significant delays are caused by stationary vehicles blocking the road entirely. Road safety is an important aspect of pupil safety and we would encourage all parents/carers to witness to responsible driving. Given the persistence of this issue, we have asked that the local traffic police have a presence in the area. Safety of pupils, staff, parents and local residents is of paramount importance and we appreciate your assistance in relation to this matter.

Arranging a safe pick up and drop off point a short distance from the school and away from the one way system is encouraged.

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