Information for Pupils

As a Catholic comprehensive school we are committed to equality for everyone regardless of creed, gender, culture or disability. In line with our stated values, equality permeates all areas of Notre Dame High School. We hope that this is not just a statement but is evident in all our practical everyday work.

All pupils follow a PSE programme where issues such as race equality and gender equality are discussed.

We have policies on Disability, Race, Gender, Religion and an Anti-Bullying policy and these important areas are in the remit of a Depute Head Teacher.

Hopefully, with all these strategies in place, all pupils in our school are given the opportunity to maximise their potential irrespective of their background. In addition, pupils leaving Notre Dame

High School are equipped to take an effective role in a modern multicultural society.

In recent years we have seen many changes to equalities legislation, reflecting how we are aiming towards a society free from discrimination, where everyone can reach their full potential.


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