Appeals update – Sunday 16th August 2020

Dear students and parents/carers, I know how incredibly stressful the last few days have been for many of you.  Following results day, we have been in touch with hundreds of you regarding your grades and the college has received many queries

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Results Day 2020

Loreto students once again have been celebrating successes in their A Level and BTEC results. An excellent pass rate of 99.8% Over 60% high grades awarded at A level  1479 A*-A grades awarded 23 students have been accepted to study

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Exam Results Day Information 2020

A Level and BTEC Results GCE Advanced Level Results and BTEC Level 3 results are published on Thursday 13th August 2020. Your exam results will be live on your myLoreto profile from approximately 8am. Due to the circumstances surrounding the

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Orwell Youth Prize Winner – Rosaleen Tite Ahern

Congratulations to Loreto student Rosaleen Tite Ahern on her winning entry for the Orwell Prize 2020. Rosaleen’s essay ‘Streets in the sky’ is an essay about Hulme and the power of community. Rosaleen writes: “This pandemic has taught us that

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Shakespeare in Lockdown

Eight years ago, an idea was hatched. It was a simple idea; to celebrate the talent of students within the MANCEP (Manchester Catholic Education Partnership) community through the work of William Shakespeare. Drama departments across eight institutions; 6 schools and

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Language Students Shine in Poetry Competition

“The Mother Tongue Other Tongue Competition has given Loreto students a fantastic opportunity to practise and polish their language skills, and to show what wonderful writers they are. It has provided a welcome distraction from other current worries and concerns.

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Manchester Muse in Lockdown

Life in lockdown has taken its toll on all of us in different ways. And whilst there is still a long way to go before things return to some version of normal, the college – its staff and students –

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BBC Exhibition chooses Loreto student in Lockdown

Following  the launch of At home, an online exhibition of photographs taken by sixth form college students during the Covid-19 lockdown. Over 140 students from 46 colleges submitted their photographs for the exhibition (4th to 19th June 2020). The exhibition

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And still the music plays

It has been an unusual and difficult time. Lockdown has presented all of us with many different challenges . Over the last 9 weeks or so, our music department have been broadcasting performances past and present from students and staff

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Josh’s Poetry by Heart success!

One of our U6th students, Josh Pinnock, has been awarded second place in the finals of a prestigious national poetry recitation, Poetry by Heart, which was judged remotely via video entry this year. He did a fantastic job choosing and

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Loreto’s new Principal: Michael Jaffrain

We are delighted to welcome Michael Jaffrain as Principal. Michael has over 24 years’ experience in Post-16 education. After a brief spell in the banking sector in France, Michael joined South Cheshire College in Crewe as a Modern Foreign language

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Coronavirus Update – 20th April 2020

CLICK HERE for further information, links and guidance  ESFA 16-19 Bursary Scam email We have become aware of a letter and / or email being sent to some parents that is suggested to come from the ESFA (the Education and

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College closed until further notice

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on 23rd March, we’ve taken the decision to fully close College from Wednesday 25th March at 4pm and until further notice. We had, in line with Government requests, opened College for a small number of

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Important information about Lower and Upper Sixth classes.

Dear Parent/Carer Please see below for emails that have been sent to all Lower and Upper Sixth students which explain a decision which has been reached regarding Lower Sixth Level 3 lessons.  Today’s challenges at Loreto College regarding staff absence

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U6 Student Set to RECLAIM Young Futures

RECLAIM Project provides a platform for young working-class voices to be heard where it matters, in places where decisions are being made about their futures. U6 student Olivia Clarke (pictured left) has been involved with the organisation since she was

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Poetry by Heart

Poetry by Heart is a national poetry recitation competition, open to all schools and colleges in England, with age categories ranging from primary to post 16. Students are required to select two poems from a comprehensive anthology provided by the

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