- Highest A level grades of any Manchester College
- Top of the league tables for A Level Grades
- Over two decades of outstanding results
- 21/21 Years top of the league tables
A2 Drama and Theatre studies witnessed a rare theatrical experience. They saw not one, but three, rarely performed Samuel Beckett short plays: Not I/ Footfalls/Rockaby.
The History Society welcomed Richard Dashwood to speak on the topic of Mallory and Irvine and the controversial debate over the success of their 1924 Everest expedition. Whilst covering the subject in great and interesting detail, the talk also included elements of British Colonial History.
Over the recent holidays Education Business Solutions (EBS) were approached by a very proactive A-Level student who was looking to gain experience working in a professional organisation before starting his final year of A-Levels. Oliver went to Failsworth High School and is currently taking Economics at Loreto and is due to go to University in September 2015 to start an Economics Degree.
Loreto’s Law Society is bursting into the new academic year with a series of events designed to guide the large number of students who wish to pursue a career in law. There will be weekly meetings with prospective topics including mooting, UCAS and LNAT, but also book and film reviews, current debates and competitions.
“It was amazing, I loved it!” “Brilliant, I followed the plot easily.” Just some of the comments from a group of A2 English Literature students who recently had the opportunity to see a much talked about and eagerly anticipated production of Hamlet, at the Royal Exchange in Manchester. Whilst it is not unheard of for a woman to take the lead role in this most famous of plays it does not happen very often, and critics and audiences alike have been keen to see what Maxine Peake would make of it.