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No Pens Day – Oracy
Friday 19th October 2018

Students Finish at 3.15pm
Friday 19th October 2018

School Opens
Monday 29th October 2018
Students to arrive at 8.45am



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Shakespeare Double Bill

On Monday 14th November, family of friends of the Year 9 GCSE Drama students witnessed a Shakespeare double bill of abridged plays, ‘Macbeth’ and ‘The Taming of the Shrew’. Each class performed and worked as an ensemble to show the themes and issues of the play, using no props or costumes, with a focus on acting and […]

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MANCEP Shakespeare Festival

On Wednesday 16th November one of the Year 9 GCSE Drama classes performed ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ at Loreto College as part of the MANCEP Shakespeare festival along with other Catholic High Schools and Colleges in Manchester. The festival which has been running for several years, was an idea the Heads of Drama from […]

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Carrying the Flag

Ten pupils from year 10 & 11 identified as model students with regard to their behaviour, attendance and effort in class were flag bearers for the Manchester United v Fenerbache game at Old Trafford. The game itself had the highest attendance for a Europa League group game with an attendance of 73,063. Bilal Ali, Ciara Marsh, Astrid Schott Lander, Catherine […]

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Handlesbard Drama Workshop

‘HandleBards’ Travelling Theatre

On Wednesday 9th November the year 9 GCSE Drama students were treated to a morning of Shakespeare delivered by the travelling theatre company ‘Handlebards.’  The group, consisting of 4 female actors, cycle around the country visiting schools and sharing their love of Shakespeare. The Year 9’s who have been studying ‘Macbeth’ and ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ watched […]

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First Class News!

Congratulations to former Loreto Head Boy Scott Bowie who graduated from Manchester University with a first class honours degree in History and Politics. Mr Zafar, Head of Humanities, at Loreto HS remembers Scott as a young man with a ‘can do’ attitude and a determination to succeed. As well as an abundance of academic talent, Scott […]

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Fair Play Fair Attitude

Students attended an educational visit at Old Trafford. To celebrate black history week, 6 students had the opportunity to learn more about the Kick it Out campaign and its impact within the game. Amaya Harrison Phillips, Kiara Stewart, Kaira Flinch, Brad Soares, Damola OWensini and Mike Kyei represented Loreto at the event and also had the […]

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Free Ticket Winners!

The Manchester United Foundation has given tickets to nominated Loreto students in recognition of their approach to learning or behaviour choices. The deserved students were delighted to have the opportunity to watch the game live. Ticket Winners so far have been:- Burnley; Lashay Morgan FC Zorya Luhansk; Sean Priest Leicester City; Jahmair Boyce & Tyrel Rodney Johnson Manchester City; […]

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Gospel Choir Gala Performance

Following their prize-winning performance at the Heaton Mersey festival competition in March, Loreto Gospel Choir were invited to perform at the Heaton Mersey gala concert on Saturday 12th November and were praised for their fantastic singing, beautiful behaviour and smart uniform. The girls sang their very own gospel arrangement of Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen, particularly appropriate to […]

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Sharing the Loreto Tradition

Each year, staff from across the five Loreto schools in England come together to exchange ideas and to celebrate the Loreto traditions, which stem back over 400 years. The two day event is hosted at the Bar convent in York, which is a heritage centre established by founder members of the Loreto organisation. New staff from each Loreto school have the […]

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Lest we Forget

Loreto prefects represented the school at the Remembrance Service in Southern Cemetery on 11th November. They were joined by other local schools, representatives of the emergency services, local elected representatives and the Royal British Legion, who organise the event. Head Boy, Edward Asiedu, laid a wreath of poppies on the Cenotaph, alongside Jeff Smith MP.

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GCSE Arts Evening

On Thursday 3rd November the GCSE yr 10 and 11 Drama and Music students performed their exam pieces for their family in friends whilst being assessed by Mrs Madden and Mrs Cordwell. The GCSE Drama students performed extracts from the play ‘Two’ by Jim Cartwright and had the audience laughing and crying at the comedic […]

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