- Top of the league tables for A Level Grades
- Over two decades of outstanding results
- 21/21 Years top of the league tables
- Highest A level grades of any Manchester College
It has been another successful year for Duke of Edinburgh students at Loreto. Twenty seven upper sixth students have successfully completed their Gold Award this year and are looking forward to a trip to St James’ Palace in London to receive their award from a member of the Royal Family.
Following the recent exciting announcement that Loreto’s Law Department has secured a unique partnership with leading healthcare law firm Hempsons, part of which involves the awarding of six mentoring placements for our students, the department is delighted to report that the following students have been nominated:
Associate Solicitor Hayley Neill, from Hempsons, visited Loreto to confirm the awards. The Aspire Mentoring Scheme aims to encourage diversity in the profession and to promote academic excellence. The six lucky students will meet regularly with their own solicitor mentor at Hempsons to help them plan their progress into the legal profession.
In early July the college was honoured to hold the 9th Dick Camplin Trust Award presentation. 13 students each received a £1000 scholarship to help support them with their first year of studies at university. This event was attended by past scholars, current scholars, their family and friends and supporters of the Trust.
Loreto’s highly accomplished Chamber Choir finished the year in spectacular fashion, with two performances on consecutive days towards the end of term. First stop was the Church of the Holy Name of Jesus, on Oxford Road, in Manchester. This magnificent church is the venue for the annual carol concert in December but on this occasion it hosted a splendid celebration of the musical and spiritual ties that unite the Loreto family in Manchester.
Three Loreto Students were amongst the first in the country to take part in a new work experience scheme to help young people land top jobs in accountancy.