St Ninian's High School
East Renfrewshire, United Kingdom
About St Ninian's High School
St Ninian's High School is a co-educational school based in East Renfrewshire in Glasgow for students aged 11-18. It is a Roman Catholic school.
The school opened in 1984. Most pupils that enrol at the school come from its associated primary schools – St. Joseph Primary School, Our Lady of the Missions Primary School and St. Cadoc’s Primary School.
Values and vision
St Ninian's High School’s aim is to help all its pupils fulfil their academic potential and to assist in their spiritual, physical, personal, social, and emotional development. The school has expressed its desire to work in partnership with parents to help its students grow in faith. As a Roman Catholic school, St Ninian's High School aims to promote gospel values as a way of life. It wishes for its students to adopt Christian attitudes and to show respect, tolerance, understanding and care for others. At the school, there is also a keenness to advance equality of opportunity and social justice.
“There were major strengths in the quality of pupils’ learning. Pupils worked diligently in class and showed high levels of motivation. In many lessons, they responded with enthusiasm to their tasks. They readily took responsibility for their own learning and worked well in teams in a range of subjects… Pupils at all stages developed informed attitudes, and useful skills and knowledge in the strong programme for PSHE. The programme included important topics related to health and careers.”