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Loreto Summer Concerts
27th June 2017
Concert 1: 6.15pm – 7.15pm
Concert 2: 7.45pm – 9pm

Year 11 Prom
29th June 2017

Key Stage 3 Arts Evening
13th July 2017

10th Anniversary Thanksgiving Mass
20th July 2017

Start of Summer Term
Monday 24th April 2017

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Extra-curricular Activities


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A plea from the Heart

Year 10 /11 students were deeply moved following a powerful talk by Mrs Mizzen who courageously retold the tragic events that led to the brutal death of her 16 year old son Jimmy Mizzen in 2007. Jimmy was on route to buy his first lottery ticket with his older brother when an argument broke out […]

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Girls Football Success

The Loreto Y7 girls’ football team played in the U13s Premier League Schools Regional Tournament on Friday at Manchester City.  They played 7 games in total winning four and losing three. We are extremely proud of how they played and their results. They loved every minute and even got to meet and take photos with […]

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MMU Partnership

A group of keen writers in Year 9 went on a trip to Manchester Art Gallery to work with students from MMU on developing their creative writing skills. They had workshops on developing ideas for character and narrative using the pictures and objects in the gallery as a stimulus. Pupils came up with some really imaginative […]

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Science & Engineering Week

Science staff took to their costumes and students took part in a variety of activities including, for year 7 & 8, making hovercrafts and designing inventions for 2114 which will be entered into a the National Science and Engineering Week competition. Year 9 did a joint project with PE looking at how different exercises affect […]

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Yr 8 Careers Convention

At the end of March we welcomed Manchester College, who ran an extended careers event for year 8 students to inspire them with selecting their option subjects. Departments represented included Construction, IT, Sports and Uniform, Music, Science and Technology, Hospitality and Catering, Design and Visual Arts and Engineering.  The students were proactive and took part in various […]

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Raspberry Pi Club

In addition to the new GCSE Computer Science option introduced this year at Loreto we now have a computer club running after school called Computer Lab where students use low cost Raspberry Pi computers. These new computers have been designed to help students learn computer programming as part of the new National Curriculum in ICT […]

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More Languages Please!

Loreto High School was selected by The University of Manchester to receive a guest speaker and teacher of Arabic , every Tuesday during the month of March in the lunchtime   Languages  Club. In the early weeks the students learnt how to write their names in Arabic calligraphy and in the later weeks they learnt about the […]

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Regional Music Festival

The Loreto Jazz Band and Gospel Choir performed at the Regional Music for Youth Festival in Rochdale Town Hall on Saturday 22nd March. There were 7 musical ensembles competing from across the region and the standard was extremely high. The Loreto musicians and singers gave fantastic performances and their behaviour was exemplary. They received much praise […]

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Funky Festival Fashion

Year 8 Textile students followed a design brief to design and produce a fashion t-shirt suitable for the 18-23 year age range taking inspiration from the Age of Punk. The best designs nationally will be selected to be part of limited range to be sold commercially at music festivals throughout the country. Students produced a […]

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Winning Poetry by Megan

Manchester Libraries recently ran a competition for budding poets aged 6 -16. Winners of the Postcard Poetry contest had their poems printed as postcards, as part of Manchester’s celebration of books, reading and libraries for World Book Day on 7 March. Megan Hydes Kelly from Loreto High School won the 11-14 category out of 736 […]

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Year 10 and 11 students had the opportunity to meet with internationally acclaimed local economist Jim O Neill when he came to Loreto to share some of his views on global  economic trends. In addition to discussing the strong growth of the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China) students searched for reasons for youth […]

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