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Historians of the future…

18.11.2019

On the 6th November 2019 Year 9 students from 5 schools came together to participate in three workshops designed to enrich their experience of history. Students were treated to an artifact handling session run by Lizzie Hilton from The Box and a talk by Professor James Daybell who gifted each student with a copy of his book, Histories of the Unexpected…

 

Caroline Voaden MEP

01.11.2019 Notre Dame were pleased to welcome Caroline Voaden MEP to the school on Friday, to talk to our NDSixth student about her life and current work with the European Parliament.

Compassionate School Award

1/11/2019   Notre Dame are proud to have become the first school in the country to be awarded the Compassionate School Award on Tuesday 29th October at Plymouth Guildhall.

Prayer Vigil for Climate Change

20.09.2019 Students were invited to participate in our prayer vigil for climate change this lunchtime, making hand prints and then adding a prayer for our Common Home on what they had created. Pupils demonstrated great respect during the prayer vigil, which was just one act carried out by our ND community linked to this year’s mission theme of ‘Laudato Si’.

Services for Young People

20.09.2019

 

Plymouth City Council is taking a fresh look at the services on offer for young people in the city aged between 0 and 19 to serve a wider range of age groups and ensure that when young people need support, they have somewhere to go and only have to tell their stories once.  Most people know about children’s centres, and what we do there to cater for 0-5 year-olds.

However, PCC would like some feedback from students as to how they would like the future to look for young people up to the age of 19. It’s really important than any future services are visible and available to schools.

The sort of questions they would like to explore with young people are:

What do you know about the services on offer for young people in Plymouth?
Do you know what kind of support is on offer?
Do you know where to go for that support?
Do you use youth clubs or centres?
What would they like the Council and its partners to provide them with?

How can you help?

Complete the consultation survey by 13th October 2019: https://plymouth-consult.objective.co.uk/public/cyp/ehts/ehtscypfquestionnaire
Co-design workshops are taking place in the Guildhall on the following dates:

Sept 24th 10:00-12:00 – Family Hubs Model, Interfaces, Interdependencies & Tools
Sept 24th 12:15-14:00 – Family Hubs & Workforce Development
Oct 8th 10:00-12:00 – Family Hubs Model, Interfaces, Interdependencies & Tools
Oct 8th 12:15-14:00 – Family Hubs & Digital Offer

If you’ve got any questions, or you would like to book a place, please do get in touch with PCC via the Children’s Commissioning Team Mailbox: Children’sCommissioningTeam@plymouth.gov.uk  

 

Statement from School

We are aware of a series of malicious communications to schools across the country. Police and schools take hoaxes extremely seriously. We have been in contact with the Police and the Local Authority and have continued to ensure the safety of our pupils and staff. We have policies and procedures in place to cover incidents of this nature. We understand that the Police will continue to investigate who is responsible.

Meet our new Senior Student Team!

Notre Dame is delighted to present the new Senior Student Leadership Team for 2018/19 following recent school elections.

School Open

ND will be open today, Monday 19th March.

Romero – Heartbeat of El Salvador

Notre Dame RC School are delighted to welcome RISE Theatre, a professional Christian theatre company, who will be performing their original play ‘Romero – Heartbeat of El Salvador’ at Notre Dame RC School on Wednesday 28th March at 7pm for refreshments.

School Closure Friday 2nd March

Due to the red and amber warnings for Devon and Plymouth over Thursday night / Friday morning,  the decision has been made to keep the school closed on Friday 2 March.

The school has taken into account the likely travel conditions for many staff and students with the great risk of sheet ice and/or heavy snow on the roads and the advice from police and road safety experts that we must not place further pressure on emergency services through unnecessary journeys.

We hope you are all safe and warm and we will be open as usual on Monday.