- 21/21 Years top of the league tables
- Highest A level grades of any Manchester College
- Top of the league tables for A Level Grades
- Over two decades of outstanding results
“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.
Lucky Loreto students who are hoping to become dentists spent a fascinating evening at Maple Dentalcare in Sale recently after their AS examinations. The event, specially designed for our students, was provided by the partners at the surgery after closing hours and included information about applying to study Dentistry at university as well as some ‘hands on’ practical dentistry.
Loreto was delighted to welcome back former student Trust Chitokomere recently for a special event for aspiring Medics who joined us in September. He helped during the day with chemical analysis of urine, dissection, CPR, disease transmission and suturing. All very familiar territory for him as this young man was one of the founder members of the current Medics Club at Loreto.
Loreto Girls attended the Manchester based tournament in October, hosted by Manchester FA, along with other colleges from Greater Manchester including the Manchester College, Bury, Holy Cross and Oldham. Such is the enthusiasm of our girls we had enough players to enter two teams; it was kept simple by naming them Loreto 1 and Loreto 2!
No, not a new Michael Palin travel programme, or the boast of an international superstar jetting around the world, but, rather, an ingenious way of celebrating the diversity of the Loreto family using something dear to the hearts of most students: food!