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 Friday 20th July 2018

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 Thursday 23rd August 2018

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Triple Oxbridge Success!

For the past three years, a student from Loreto High has been offered a place at Oxbridge. In 2014, Matthew Boxun Zhang was offered a place to study Economics at Cambridge and, in 2015, Aondoyima Ioratim-Uba was offered a place to study Physics at Oxford. Congratulations now goes to Maryam Watson who recently secured a […]

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Fashion Industry Workshops

Three talented Textile Technology pupils have been invited to take part in an exciting venture involving Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU), the British Fashion Council and the Sorrell Foundation. The students will attend Fashion and Sportswear workshops at the university over the course of the next 15 weeks and the work they produce will be showcased at a high profile industry event at […]

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Charity Cake Sale!

The Justice and Peace group at Loreto had a magnificent bake sale to raise money for CAFOD. The group got the idea from hearing about CAFOD’s Lent campaign, which focuses on water, hygiene and sanitation in Uganda. They heard about Proscovia (aged 14) who has access to clean water now due to funds from CAFOD […]

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Proud Performance

The year 7 and 8 Girls football team took part in a Premier League Tournament, held at the Cliff Training Ground run by The Manchester United Foundation. The team played five games, winning two, drawing two and losing one. They played well and were thrilled to beat last year’s winners 3  – 1. Their performance placed […]

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Positive Message

On Mary Ward Day we welcomed back Mrs Mizen and her husband Barry, who came to speak to the students about the importance of being a good citizens and about learning to control anger. Through personal tragic loss, they shared their life story and described the impact the violent death, of their beloved son Jimmy, has had on […]

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Youth Council Launch

On Friday 29th January, Mr Zafar and Miss Knowles took representatives from the Loreto student leadership team; Calum; Afua; Enoma and Godwil, to the Town Hall, to attend the launch evening of the Manchester Youth Council. This is run by the City Council to engage, unite and empower young people from across Manchester. The students listened to presentations, worked with students […]

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Mary Ward Day

The whole school took part in special activities to mark the anniversary of the passing of Mary Ward, the foundress of the Loreto International Community. Mary Ward was born in  1585 and lived a challenging life, fighting for social justice, until her death in 1645. In lessons, students studied the Loreto value of ‘Truth’ to help reinforce its importance […]

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University Insight

On 25th January twelve year 10 students were invited to take a look around the University of Salford where they had the opportunity to hear some testimonies on ‘How going to University can improve your life’. The students listened to a very inspiring young man who had come from a very complex, difficult background, and he told us […]

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Ghyll Head in the Snow!

Miss Marshall and Mr Fuller took 10 students to the Ghyll Head Outdoor Adventure Centre over the weekend of 8th – 10th January. The students took part in the Kath Fry challenge which promotes teamwork, cooperation and positive attitudes. The students competed against two other school for points and were involved in navigating a night walk, mountain trekking and problem […]

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Basketball Star!

Congratulations to Ashana Hinds in Year 10, who has been selected to play for the England U16 Squad.  Ashana currently captains the U15 North West Girls’ team and is a great role model for the younger players at Loreto. The Year 7 Girls’ Basketball Team recently participated in the new Manchester NBA Schools’ League, the first of its kind […]

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We are part of the ‘Bee in the city’ art trail. The St.Johns ‘Bee-attitude’ bee is number 93 of the little bees and is in the Lowry theatre in Salford Quays. #beeinthecitymcr https://t.co/IRRm6Eh4T0

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