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Policy

Policy documents evolve to respond to the needs of the specific young people in our care. We also need to take account of local and national priorities. Whilst we endeavour to upload up to date versions of each policy document, we work within a three year cycle when revising policy documents. It may be the case that our internal policy has evolved prior to the update of policy files that you can access here. However, we will strive to ensure that all documentation found here reflects changes made to policy in school as and when possible.

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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

 

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:

Email: izzie@apparelxchange.co.uk

Website: www.apparelxchange.co.uk

Facebook: ApparelXchange CIC

 

Supporting Improvement: School Documents

As part of our aim of continuous improvement at Notre Dame High School, please find our supporting improvement documents below:

Notre Dame High School – Standards and Quality Report 18-19

Notre Dame High School – Improvement Plan 18-19

 

These documents are also available in the school improvement menu on the front page of our website.

 

 

National Improvement Framework – Parental Survery

The National Parent Forum for Scotland are encouraging all parents/carers to complete an important survey.  They have asked that schools share the following message.

This questionnaire will help us find out what matters to parents about their school and their child’s education, focusing on what needs to done to make the improvements we all want to see. The Education (Scotland) Act 2016 places a duty on the Scottish Government to review the National Improvement Framework each year, providing parents with the opportunity to express their views and have regard to any such views.

You can access the survey here – http://bit.ly/2f0ra7T

Consultation on School Holidays – 2018-2020

Glasgow City Council have asked that the following information be shared with parents/carers.

Dear Parents,

The current pattern of school term dates, holidays and In Service days is set until July 2018.

Glasgow City Council has developed a draft calendar for the following two years and wants to hear the views of parents, carers, pupils, staff and the wider public before the dates are finalised. (more…)

Education Scotland – Children and Families e-bulletin

Parents/Carers can access Education Scotland’s latest Children and Families e-bulletin by clicking on the image shown below.

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