What the Media say

Scotsman: Jan 2019

Scotland’s last all-girls state school faces scrutiny over policy

Evening Times: Jan 2019

Council to consult on Scotland’s last girls-only school Notre Dame High

The Times: Sep 2018

Longstanding best friends help pupils thrive

Glasgow Live: Sep 2018

Campaign to open all girls state school Notre Dame to boys moves forward

Evening Times: Sep 2018

Belle and Sebastian and Bluebells musicians speak out on Notre Dame

The Times: Sep 2018

Rebel Girls author Francesca Cavallo is a Notre Dame High School rebel with a cause

The Catholic Observer: June 2018

First Minister questioned on all-girls’ school campaign and college Mass outrage

The Herald: May 2018

Notre Dame: As campaigners call for it to enrol boys for the first time, we go inside Scotland’s only all-girl state school

Evening Times: April 2018

Glasgow schools catchment areas are to be redrawn

The Economist: April 2018

England’s single-sex schools are struggling to recruit pupils

The Herald: March 2018

Agenda: We must pull down gender barriers in schooling

BBC News: March 2018

All-girls’ junior school to admit boys

apolitical: March 2018

Single-sex schools: simple segregation, or a path to gender parity in STEM?

Parent’s Science Gang: March 2018

Children’s Gender Development – a Q&A with Dr Lauren Spinner

The Scottish Sun: March 2018

LET THEM IN Mother whose kids face being separated at high school urges Glasgow council to allow boys into Scotland’s last all-girl school

BBC News: Feb 2018

Future on Scotland’s only state-run all-girls’ school to be looked at

Evening Times: Feb 2018

Notre Dame High consultation to go ahead but there will be a delay

The Scottish Sun: Feb 2018

SCHOOL ROW Battle erupts over plans to allow boys to attend Scotland’s last remaining all-girls state school

Schools Week: Jan 2018

DfE reiterates that gender segregation is ‘unlawful discrimination’

The Herald: July 2017

Catholic Church backs single sex school challenge

The Independent: April 2017

Single sex schools ‘failing in their legal duties to accommodate transgender pupils’

BBC News: Feb 2017

Call for single sex Notre Dame High School in Glasgow to admit boys

The Herald: Feb 2017

Parents want Notre Dame High School in Glasgow to admit boys

The Telegraph: June 2013

What going to a girls’ school really does to you

The Herald: September 2002

Boy wins legal aid for fight to attend school

The Herald: June 2002

Council faces legal challenge to all-girl school

The Herald: September 2000

Sheridan attacks Notre Dame’s status

The Herald: April 1999

Discrimination is encouraged

The Herald: April 1999

Legal action for ban on boys Notre Dame court move

The Herald: May 1998

Labour group throws out executive’s co-education proposal Notre Dame school to stay girls-only

Consultation

The results from the Consultation survey have now been shared by Education Services.

The good news is that Option 3 (Change to be a co-educational denominational secondary school and alter the catchment area) received the majority of votes with 45.7% of the vote.

The bad news is that the Notre Dame for Girls campaign is claiming victory by adding the Option 1 and Option 2 totals together to claim 53.6% of the vote.

You still have time to influence the decision by emailing your local Councillor to tell them why Notre Dame High should be made co-ed.

It just needs a couple of sentences from you to remind Councillors co-education is the change that Glaswegians vote for.

If you are unsure of your local Councillor you can use the Glasgow website below to find Councillor, party and email address

https://www.glasgow.gov.uk/councillorsandcommittees/addressSearch.asp