Christmas Carol Concert

Please come and join us at our Christmas Carol Concert at The Church of the Holy Name on Thursday 22nd December at 7.00pm. We look forward to seeing you there.      

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Reading group breaking all records

It’s been standing room only for the initial meetings of the English Department Reading Group this term. Coordinator Simon Jones was delighted to run out of refreshments on both occasions! The first book chosen was Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s coming of

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Reading group breaking all records

It’s been standing room only for the initial meetings of the English Department Reading Group this term. Coordinator Simon Jones was delighted to run out of refreshments on both occasions! The first book chosen was Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s coming of

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Katy sets her sights high

Upper sixth student Katy Whiteoak is planning ahead and aiming for the Olympics in 2024! Recently Katy represented Greater Manchester Schools at the English Track and Field Championships held at the famous Gateshead Stadium. Despite being at the bottom of

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MANCEP Shakespeare Festival 2016

Anyone looking for the perfect antidote to the cold, wet November weather, or an escape from ruminations on Brexit and President Trump, needed to look no further than Loreto’s Ellis and Kennedy theatre for two nights in deepest autumn, the

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Royal Shakespeare Company at Loreto

Hamlet Review – by students Emily Pickering, Eve Murray and Anna Holton. On 10th November we watched The Royal Shakespeare Company’s live stream of Hamlet. Throughout the production we were engaged with the actors’ energy and how they successfully portrayed

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Order…Order! Mr Speaker visits Loreto

Before half term, Loreto politics students had the incredible opportunity of hosting Rt Hon John Bercow MP, Speaker of the House of Commons. Arranged by Nick Brown, a dedicated member of the Politics Society and ex member of the Youth

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Loreto remembers

November is a time of remembering: remembering loved ones who have died and for remembering those who have given their lives at war. All lower 6th students have taken part in an act of Remembrance this week in their RE

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Loreto students excel at Model United Nations event

Last month Loreto students took part in the annual Model United Nations conference at Cheadle Hulme School. One of the biggest in the North West, MUN-CH is always an opportunity for the upper sixth to start the year with a

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Ground breaking careers event

Twenty Loreto students recently participated in a ‘webinar’ in college with schools and colleges from Hounslow, Oxfordshire and Wallasey, exploring the possibilities offered by Higher and Degree apprenticeships with Jaguar Land Rover . This ground breaking event enabled students to

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Thought Provoking Theatre

A2 drama and theatre studies witnessed a visceral and deeply moving perfomance ‘Instutute’ by Gecko theatre company at HOME, Manchester. The physical theatre piece, devised by the company, centred around the theme of care, specifically in relation to mental health.

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Duke & Duchess of Cambridge meet Loreto Coders

On Friday, 14th October 2016, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, His Royal Highness Prince William and Her Royal Highness Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visited the National Football Museum as part of a visit to Manchester. I was fortunate to

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Duke & Duchess of Cambridge meet Loreto Coders

On Friday, 14th October 2016, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, His Royal Highness Prince William and Her Royal Highness Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visited the National Football Museum as part of a visit to Manchester. I was fortunate to

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Duke of Edinburgh Gold Awards

It has been another successful year for Duke of Edinburgh Gold students at Loreto. Twenty-two upper sixth students have successfully completed their Final Expedition in the Lake District. Camping for three nights and walking for four days, the students had

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Duke of Edinburgh Gold Awards

It has been another successful year for Duke of Edinburgh Gold students at Loreto. Twenty-two upper sixth students have successfully completed their Final Expedition in the Lake District. Camping for three nights and walking for four days, the students had

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Prominent government advisor highlights population issues

One of the country’s most prominent social commentators and government advisors explained to students how geography can help to predict the future. Oxford University professor, Danny Dorling, gave a lecture to more than 70 students from Loreto and all across

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