First Team Football Report

Loreto College vs Cheadle Hulme Match Report by Mr Fitchett, Loreto College’s 1st Team Coach/Manager After the euphoria of last week’s away win at Xaverian, it was always going to be an uphill struggle to replicate, especially when we had

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Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall

        Lamin Manneh was seriously injured by an IED in Afghanistan. Lamin and his son Musa, a Loreto upper sixth student, were invited to speak at this year’s The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the

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Goals Galore at the 1st Team Football Derby

Xaverian College vs Loreto 1st Team Match Report by Mr Fitchett, Loreto College’s 1st Team Coach/Manager As we travelled the short journey to our hosts (and friendly rivals) Xaverian College, we mentally prepared for the battle ahead. Both teams started

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Loreto 1st Team Outclass OSFC

Loreto 1st Team vs Oldham Sixth Form College Match Report by Mr Fitchett, Loreto College’s Ist Team Manager With injuries to 3 key Loreto players (Harry, Isiaq and Sami – captain) we lined up a little differently to start with.

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Loreto Student Adds Voice to Million Minutes

As part of their Black History Month celebrations, the youth ministry website Million Minutes posted an insightful article by Upper Sixth student Destiny Odogiyan (pictured above), giving us a young Catholic’s perspective on the month, faith and race. You can

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Team Loreto fall to clinical Oldham side

Loreto’s netball team were missing some key players and others playing out of position, when they hosted Oldham Sixth Form College (OSFC) in their third fixture of the season this week. The game was extremely close from the outset, with

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Mary Ward Week

Each year, Loreto College celebrates the life of Mary Ward – the founder of our college, alongside the seven values that underpinned her life: Excellence, Freedom, Internationality, Joy, Justice, Sincerity and Truth. Usually the students are given a day off

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Wear it Pink at Loreto

Loreto students and staff have a proud tradition of supporting charities. Now the COVID restrictions have been relaxed, in early November Loreto College welcomed the return of Pink Thursday, a day when students and staff are encouraged to wear something

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Netball team triumphant against Aquinas

Just before the half term break, Loreto College’s netball team hosted Aquinas College in their second game of the season, securing their first victory of the year in a closely contested fixture. Using the same lineup as their first game

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Brief Match Report

Loreto 2nds had a great start to the football season with a match against Holy Cross which saw them go 3-0 up within the first 15 minutes. As the goals kept on coming, the game finished strong with a 6-1

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Loreto’s Netball Teams Play First Game in Over 2 Years!

In our first fixture in over two years, Loreto were able to field two netball teams when they played again Bury’s Holy Cross Sixth Form College last Wednesday, which was a great opportunity for more of our students to play

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Loreto Freshers’ Fair

The College campus was a hive of activity during the Freshers’ Fair, which took place last month. Our new Lower Sixth students basked in the glorious autumnal sunshine, as they walked around all the numerous stalls offering a plethora of

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Loreto Chemists Among the Nation’s Finest

During the summer, 30 Loreto Chemistry students took part in the Cambridge Chemistry Challenge. Due to the Covid restrictions, the students had to complete a gruelling 90-minute exam at home. They all did brilliantly and passed the challenge, with 13

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Loreto Student’s Olympic Selection

Former Loreto student Jona Efoloko is enjoying success in both the classroom and on the athletics track. Just days after finishing his BA (Hons) degree in Marketing at The University of East London, he received the call from Team GB

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Josh performs at the Globe Theatre

When Covid-19 closed schools and cancelled exams in 2020, it had wide and diverse effects on all of us working and studying in education. For Josh Pinnock, then an upper-sixth Loreto student, one of these missed opportunities was the chance

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