Notre Dame Sixth Form College

St. Marks Avenue Leeds West Yorkshire LS2 9BL

“Notre Dame Catholic Sixth Form College was formed in September 1989 to serve as the sixth form centre for Catholic education in Leeds. For nearly ninety years prior to its opening, a girls’ school flourished on the same site. This was one of a network of girls’ secondary schools in England and Scotland which belonged to the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. In 1898, the Sisters came to Leeds, to the house in St Mark’s Avenue, and to the two-classroomed parish school of St Anne’s situated behind it. In 1904 the main part of what is now the Sixth Form College was built and opened as Notre Dame Collegiate School for Girls from the age of eleven to fourteen. The school was was handed over to the diocese in the 1970s when the Sisters changed their focus to education in developing countries.”



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