A Welcome to Notre Dame RC Girls’ School
by Sister Anne Marie Niblock, Head Teacher
In choosing a secondary school for your daughter, we know that you will be looking for one where she will be happy, where she will be learning in a community with high expectations and where she will receive the best education possible.
Stones End Day Centre Project
We were very fortunate in school to be asked to take part in a project with Stones End Day Centre for the Elderly, the project was an art project run by Ellie Shipman who created a mural for the garden based on artwork produced by the residents and Notre Dame pupils. We also filled a time capsule. The picture below shows the new Mayor of Southwark , Charlie Smith, planting it!
St George’s Cathedral Catholic Primary School Visit
Year 6 pupils from St George’s Cathedral Catholic Primary School visited our Science laboratory and enjoyed a lesson on chromatography involving a ‘M and M’ sweet! More will appear about this in the next Newsletter.
Global Sisters Report by Eucharia Madueke
Sr. Eucharia Madueke showing how education in social justice can make a difference. Click on the link below to read more:
Link: Power of African nuns.
Notre Dame RC Girls’ School is delighted with the excellent examination results that our students received this summer.
Top performing subjects included Physics (100%), Spanish (97%), Chemistry (95%), Sociology (91%) and Geography (90%). 65% of Notre Dame students achieved at least 5 A*-C, including English and Maths. Maths achieved 72% and English Language and Literature achieved 70%. For the results in all other subjects please visit the Results page on our school website.We are also thrilled with our AS examination results that some of our students took in Year 11. 100% of students passed French; 97% passed Spanish, with 21% achieving an A grade; and 91% of students passed RE Philosophy and Ethics, with 73% being awarded an A grade.
These results reflect the diligence of the students and staff who make an enormous effort to ensure our girls achieve and go beyond their potential. Notre Dame remains committed to the education of their students –spiritually, academically and socially - and will continue to support and nurture each and every one of our students.