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Friday 19th October 2018

Students Finish at 3.15pm
Friday 19th October 2018

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Monday 29th October 2018
Students to arrive at 8.45am



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Portico Young Writers Award

Thea Tite Ahern was invited to the Portico Library, along with her family and Ms Shepherd and Ms Davies, to be presented with her Sadie Massey Young Writers Award. Thea’s short story, ‘Stories of Magnificence,’ was selected as one of three winners from nine hundred entries to the competition. Thea’s work has been published in ‘Time […]

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Share the Journey

A group of students and staff from Loreto Chorlton, joined  by students from Loreto College walked the distance from Loreto Chorlton, to the college (in the VERY hot sun!) a distance of 2.4 miles per person. The nineteen  students and four staff walked a collective distance of 55.2 miles towards the Cafod Global totalizer.  The group received support from passing cars and buses […]

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Beacons of Hope

On Tuesday 26th June, some Pupil Chaplains joined over 1,000 people representing  all Catholic Schools and Colleges from Salford diocese  at a launch event for Hope in the Future for schools. This was a celebration of young people’s gifts and talents and a call to mission for young people to take an active role in […]

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International Links

On Thursday 17th May students and staff from Loreto Chorlton were delighted to welcome Sr Orla Treacy, the principal of Loreto Rumbek school based in South Sudan. Sr Orla, accompanied by Sr Kathryn and Sr Bernadette, visited classrooms and spoke to students about life in South Sudan for boys and girls and of the importance of providing […]

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Big Health Challenge

The Student Council won a Healthy Schools competition, focusing on the ‘5 ways to well being’. Nell Rowlands, Maurissa Langford, Jenesis Assis (please check this spelling) and Geordell Giles gave a presentation to a panel of judges about how the 5 ways to well being had an impact on Loreto. It was apparently from the […]

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Summer Concerts

We were treated to a festival of music and song by our wonderful and talented students for the Summer Concerts on 26th June. The first concert showcased the impressive progress made by our younger students including the Orchestra, playing Habenera from Carmen, Choir, Year 7 and 8 bands and Year 8 steel pans. The older […]

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French Exchange 2018

In early 2015, the MFL department was invited to dine with the then Lord Mayor of Manchester, Susan Coolley. This dinner brought together the languages department of two Mancunian schools with a teacher, the education minister and the mayor of a small French city called Charleville-Mézières. The evening was a celebration of a once lost […]

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Key Stage 3 Arts Evening

A wonderful celebration of Musical and Dramatic talent took place on the evening of 9th May with many of our Year 7-9 musicians and singers giving solo and ensemble performances full of confidence and talent! The Year 9 students were assessed as part of their GCSE Music Unit 1 Performing and showed how much progress […]

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Ice Cream Makers!

A huge well done to all the Year 7 Science enthusiasts who came along to the club to enjoy some home made ice cream. Using household products they shook up a cool snack for after school! The year 7 team were supported by the year 9 Science Ambassadors who helped out and showed the entire Science Department what great […]

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The Big Pedal

  The Loreto Student Council launched the ‘Big Pedal’ on Friday 20th April. It is both part of a national campaign to get more children on their bikes and the ‘5 ways to well-being’ campaign run by Healthy Schools. The students have recently been working with the UK national UK ‘Sustran’ and also ‘Greater Manchester Transport’ on the […]

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Suffrage Event at MMU

Members of the Loreto Student Council visited Manchester Metropolitan University on Wednesday 18th April, as part of their celebrations for 100 years of women’s suffrage. Helen Pankhurst, grand-daughter of Sylvia Pankhurst, hosted a talk about women’s achievements in the last 100 years. Carolina, Olivia and Jenese, three members of the student council, confidently made contributions and asked mature questions. The […]

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Inspirational Guest Artist

A large group of Year 9 and Year 10 artists had the opportunity to work with visiting artist and print-maker Alan Birch. Alan inspired the students by showing them his own work, and introducing them to different printing techniques from etching to collographs. Students were then encouraged to experiment as much as possible, working quite quickly on […]

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