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Y12 Awards Evening

Following their stunning performance in the first full year of the newly reformed GCSEs, last year’s Year 11 cohort returned to Loreto High to reflect and celebrate a year of excellence for the school. With record numbers of students achieving top grades, excellent progress made across the year group and a staggering amount of new […]

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Diversity Champions!

Earlier this month, Jess Mellor & Jenesis Assis were invited as part of the ‘Diversity Champions’ team to deliver a presentation in front of some very distinguished speakers and guests. This included Jess and Jenesis’ hard work delivering sessions to young students regarding equality, respect and tolerance. Including: Kate Gilmore Role: Deputy High Commissioner for […]

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International Men’s Day 2018

On the 19th November we marked IMD with a range of visitors from different backgrounds; from Paul Marshall the Head of Children’s Services to Chris Titchborne, a BAFTA winning Animator and Director. Pupils had bespoke lessons to discuss the importance of male role models and men’s health. Over 300 pupils received a bespoke lesson, and […]

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Year 10 Student represents the Wales Exiles U15 Squad.

Congratulations to Ethan Ranson (Yr10) who represented the Wales Exiles U15 squad in the recent tournament in North Wales. The Exiles funded by the WRU to identify Welsh qualified players based outside of Wales who have the potential to play regional or national age grade rugby. Ethan even captained the Exiles team in one of […]

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Winners of the Manchester United Premier League Enterprise Challenge!

Loreto were announced winners of the Manchester United Premier League Enterprise Challenge and will represent Manchester United in the North Final, competing against other schools/clubs in Huddersfield at the end of January. If successful they will progress to the national final in London in May. The five year 9 students Louis Breen, Ester Oladapo, Witold Horobiowski, Beteal Teksa and Jace Rennie […]

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KS3 Girls Football

As part of the Secondary “School Games” Competition, the year 7, 8 and 9 girls are required to attend the KS3 Girls Football League 5 times over the course of the year, with their results being entered into a league table. Despite the weather being cold, windy and rainy, on Wednesday 7th November the girls […]

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Creative project with The Grange School!

From 15th-19th October, 13 musicians from Year 9 and 10 took part in a fantastic creative project with The Grange School in Levenshulme to compose and perform music inspired by Bee in the City, the recent art installation in Manchester.    The students worked for a whole week with students from The Grange and professional musicians […]

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Bridgewater Hall Concert Trip

The Year 9, 10 and 11 GCSE Music students attended a special concert at the  Bridgewater Hall on Friday 28th September called ‘The Orchestra Through the Ages’. This concert was designed to increase knowledge and understanding about musical features and instruments from the Baroque through to the Classical and Romantic eras. It was fantastic to see a […]

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Take Ten

We celebrated ‘Take Ten’ on World Mental Health Day at Loreto.  On the 10/10/18 pupils and staff were encouraged to take 10 minutes out of their busy day to read for pleasure. Reading can improve your memory and concentration and also unwind and boost your mind. Assemblies led by Miss Shepherd and pupil presenters from […]

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Diversity Day 2018

The Student Council organised Loreto’s second Diversity Day on 20th September. In keeping with our values, we celebrated Internationality. Pupils from Loreto speak 34 different languages, and Manchester is the most diverse city in Europe with over 200 languages being spoken. The day was led by two of our y9 Student Council members; Jessica Mellor and […]

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