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NDHS Summer 2020 – Newsletter

Please see our Summer newsletter below, click the front cover picture or link at the bottom of the post to download a copy. Have a nice Summer everyone!

NDHS – Summer 2020 Newsletter (PDF)

Primary 7 – S1 Transition

The staff at Notre Dame High School have made a wonderful book for Primary 7 pupils that will be joining the school as new S1 pupils. There are short videos, a tour of the school, ‘meet your teacher’ pages, tasks to keep you busy and more!

Please click/tap on the picture below and the book will load:














If that online book does not work for you please see the link below to a PDF version of the book. Please note you may need to click on the blue underlined links in the PDF version of the book to see the videos.

Book – PDF Version (Note: Large file size, please give a few moments to open)

P7-S1 Book PDF Version

If there are any difficulties in opening some pages, all our activities are below in PDF format available for download. Please click the link to be brought to that PDF.

Business & Technology

P7-S1 Business Task May 2020

P7-S1 Computing Task May 2020

Design & Technology

Welcome P7 – Design & Tech

Art & Design The Colour Wheel

P7-S1 Superhero Task


Primary 7 Transition Creative Writing

Expressive Arts

P7 Drama Activity

P7 Music


P7-S1 Maths Quiz

Modern Languages

P7 – #iorestoacasa

P7 – #JeResteChezMoi

P7 – #MeQuedoEnCasa

Religious Education

P7 Transition Lesson RE


P7-S1 Science Activity

Social Subjects

P7-S1 Social Subjects Lesson

Parents’ Information & Daily Planner

Letters to Parents’ & Carers

The following letters were recently handed out by the school. Please find them attached below in this post. All letters are in PDF format.

Parent letter 1 18.3.20

Parent letter 2 19.3.20

Parent letter 3 20.3.20

Parent letter 4 Senior Phase 30.03.20

If there is any further communication from the school, the letters will be posted here.


Daily Planning

In addition as our time at home continues, the daily planner below could be useful in planning out your childs’ days of the week. The planning document is in word format, so you will require Microsoft Word, Google Docs or Apple Pages to view and edit this planner.

Download the file and make any changes as needed. As long as your child’s iPad has Microsoft Word, it can be downloaded and edited.

My Daily Planner

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


Supported Study

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.

School and Business Partnership Plan 2017/18

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 website.

Maths in the world of work

Mr. Drugan’s S1 class came up with a pretty extensive list of careers that would make use of Maths as part of


Our Partners – STEM Event

For more information on our partnerships please contact Mrs Marshall via the contact us page of this site.

Strathclyde University, Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow Airport, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Analog Devices and BAE Systems delivered workshops to S2 pupils to develop their skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Pupils also learned about possible career opportunities involving STEM.

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