|What makes Notre Dame Sixth Form different to other places?|
All schools and colleges seek to help their students achieve good exam results. We believe that as a faith school we have an extra sense of community and family. We try to treat everyone fairly and believe that our students should leave school to play a positive role in society. We seek to apply our faith values by demonstrating that every student is a gift from God, and by choosing to join us you will become part of the worldwide Notre Dame family of schools. Our sixth formers are encouraged to be role models for main school students, to explore Catholic social teaching on issues such as justice and peace, to ask questions about inequalities in society and to become aware of the work of organisations such as Amnesty International, CAFOD and Christian Aid. Every year students raise money for charity and undertake voluntary work, seeking to take our values into the wider community.