Notre Dame High School
Norfolk, United Kingdom
About Notre Dame High School
Notre Dame High School is a secondary school for children between the ages of 11 and 18. It is a coeducational establishment which was converted to academy status in 2012. The Roman Catholic school currently has approximately 1,422 students enrolled. The school is situated in Sheffield, Hallam in Norfolk.
Values and Vision
Notre Dame High School gives every child equal opportunities. These include trips away from the school. The aim of this is to help the students improve their understanding of a specific topic. A level students studying politics, for example, get the chance to travel to America as a part of the curriculum. Notre Dame also has foreign language exchange visits. The pupils are able to demonstrate their talents across the world. The music department, in the past, has played at Lake Garda in Italy. The school also encourages children to participate in extra-curricular activities. There are a range of different clubs available outside of school hours for the pupils to attend.
“Notre Dame Catholic High School is an outstanding school. It provides its students with an excellent education and prepares them very well for the next stage in their life and career. They feel safe in school and enjoy all aspects of school life. Students thrive in an atmosphere where each is cherished as an individual, and all are challenged and supported to achieve their best. The school has well organised systems for setting targets for students and for monitoring progress. These ensure that any underachievement is picked up very early on so that effective intervention strategies can be put in place.”