Minds and Doors.
Notre Dame Catholic College is a compassionate Catholic community, inspired by the love of God, the teachings of Jesus Christ and our Foundress, St Julie Billiart. We are a Catholic College and Sixth Form, providing a broad and enlightening education to children from the ages of 11 to 18; something the Sisters of Notre Dame have done here in Liverpool since 1869.
Our mission is provide an educational experience that opens hearts, minds and doors to every member of the Notre Dame family.
Our curriculum is designed and delivered to open doors of opportunity by developing the knowledge and disciplines required to achieve the ambitious qualifications and futures.
Notre Dame Catholic College has made a sustained contribution to the education of its students since 1869 and underpinned by our Catholic ethos. of its students since 1869 and underpinned by our.
As the chaplain of Notre Dame Catholic College it is my privilege to try to offer the sense of hope that Pope Francis speaks of to all the young people and staff at our school.
Chaplaincy plays a vital role in the life of every Catholic school. Chaplaincy offers answers to big questions of life. Chaplaincy offers fellowship and friendship.
The Notre Dame Catholic College curriculum provides students with an introduction to the essential knowledge that they need to be educated citizens. It introduces students to the best that has been thought and said; and helps engender an appreciation of human creativity and achievement.
Notre Dame Catholic Sixth Form College opens hearts, minds and doors for 16 to 18 year olds across the city. It offers a wide range A level, applied A levels and level 3 BTEC qualifications designed to prepare students for ambitious futures. It is filled with staff and students who care about each other and work tirelessly to provide world class teaching and individual advice and support.
Notre Dame Catholic College is a school committed to providing a high-quality education to the students whom we are privileged to have entrusted to our care, giving them, in the words of St Julie, “what they need for life.”
We encourage all students to aim for the highest possible level of attendance and punctuality so that they can achieve their very best in school academically.