Notre Dame High School
Glasgow City, United Kingdom
About Notre Dame High School
Notre Dame High School is a school based in Glasgow for girls aged 11-18. It is a Roman Catholic school.
Religious Education is a core aspect of the school’s curriculum. Students follow a programme of work, as prescribed, and approved by the Bishops of Scotland. The school also has a range of pupil teams who are involved in leading the school community in prayer and in promoting fundraising activities for the school’s chosen charities.
Values and vision
Gospel values underpin the work of Notre Dame High School. The school aims for staff and pupils to work collectively to create a climate where mutual trust, respect, confidence, and compassion are evident throughout the school. Within this context, the school also considers its partnership with parents and the wider community to be crucial.
“Young people are very enthusiastic about their learning. They enjoy school and want to do well. They feel nurtured, safe and very well cared for by staff. They like the ways in which the school develops 3 their health and wellbeing. Young people use information and communications technology (ICT) often and well. They use the Internet for research and to help them prepare presentations. This helps them to learn better on their own. They contribute very well to class discussions and are very good at debating.”