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Concert by Halle Orchestra

The Music GCSE students attended a fantastic concert by the Halle Orchestra and soloists from the RNCM at the Bridgewater Hall on Monday 5th Feb called The Orchestra through the Ages. The concert was specially designed to assist students in their understanding of the orchestra and musical periods such as Baroque, Classical and Romantic as […]

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Zlatan Delivers

Zlatan Delivers

Year 11 Loreto student Mark Brent had the surprise of his life when one of his favourite United players, Zlatan Ibrahimovic,  joined him and other local students at a special leadership and training session held at the AON training complex. As far as the youngsters were aware, they were  representing their school at the session and meeting up with some Foundation coaches.  The session started as planned, only for it […]

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KS3 Girls Football

A very impressive start to the year with the KS3 girls football, showing commitment to training and entering in a variety of competitions, giving very strong performances. Attending The FA’s women football week festival expressing passion for the game they love, football! Big day for the girls on Friday 10th November. Representing Loreto in the Manchester United […]

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Christmas Concert 2017

120 children took part in our joyful Christmas Concerts on 21st December which really put us in the Christmas spirit! We continued with our new successful format of two concerts, both of which were packed out with performers and delighted audience! The Key Stage 3 Drama group performed an abridged version of Dickens’s A Christmas Carol called […]

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Loreto Jazz Band at Manchester Central Library

Our Loreto Jazz Band was invited to perform for the third time at Manchester Central Library’s Christmas open weekend on 16th December 2017. There was a fantastic atmosphere with performances from many arts organisations throughout the day. Our Jazz Band performed a 40-minute set of Christmas and Jazz classics and were absolutely brilliant, drawing a huge crowd of […]

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Young Leaders PE

PE Conference Young Leaders

Loreto High School was selected from all Manchester Schools to provide leaders for the North West Counties PE Conference. Delegates were invited to attend from all over Europe. 14 Loreto students assisted in the organisation and delivery of the day. Their responsibilities included greeting, registering and directing delegates around the conference and supporting the staff leading the workshops. […]

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Change for Life Leaders

On Wednesday 22nd November Loreto organised a Change for Life Festival for Primary pupils, held at the Platt Lane complex. This festival was aimed at Primary students who had been participating in the Change for Life clubs and events at their schools. The 100 Primary pupils attending were excited to take part. Working in small groups, each Loreto […]

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Primary Athletics

Primary Athletics Festival

On Monday 4th December Loreto High School hosted the Central and East Primary Sports Hall Athletics Competition. The primary pupils had fun meeting and competing against ten other local school.  The Loreto leaders worked hard and displayed outstanding organisational and communication skills. Their responsibilities included welcoming the Primary Schools, ensuring that all competitors knew where their events were and […]

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Loreto Netball

The Loreto HS girls’ netball team had their first game of the season away at Abraham Moss, on Wednesday 22nd November, where they won one game and lost the other. All the girls played well but the awards for women of the match went to Paula and Chelsea. The team also played St Peters High School in a friendly and the women […]

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Listen to Our Voice!

Listen to Our Voice!

During parliament week, which took place in November, representatives from the Student Council were invited to make political banners to represent their views on issues affecting their lives. They were shown an example used by the Suffragettes whose legacy changed the political voting system for millions of people. This inspired them to make a banner based on […]

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