Loreto Convent School will be taking part in this year’s ‘Jeans for Genes’ Day on Friday 21st September. ‘Jeans for Genes’ is the national charity raising money for children with genetic disorders, to help fund the care and support they need, and carry out research that could change their futures. In the UK, one baby…Details
Dear Parents, We have received information from the GSLA informing us that GASA Swimming Pool is out of action until further notice. In order for children to maintain both their P.E. sessions, could they please bring in their P.E. kit in on both of their P.E. days until further notice. We hope this situation is…Details
We will be holding a meet and greet afternoon for parents of pupils in Year 1 to Year 7 on Wednesday 12th September between 4 and 5 pm which will give you the opportunity to meet your child’s class teacher. This is a particularly important meeting for all new pupils and we would strongly encourage you to attend.
On Monday 18th June, His Excellency, The Governor, Lieutenant General Edward Davis, visited Loreto Convent School. The Governor was met at the main entrance by Head Boy – Jerome Linares, Deputy Head Boy – Jack Bingham, Deputy Head Girl – Carlota Lopez Perdigones and Louise Napoli – Head teacher, who welcomed Lieutenant General Davis to the…Details
As you may be aware, there is considerable interest in extended nursery facilities throughout Gibraltar and we at Loreto believe that we have superb facilities with dedicated staff in a location with fresh air, gardens and all weather outdoor play areas, which are ideal for our nursery children. The Board of Governors are considering offering…Details
Thursday 7th June, from 6-7pm:
Tickets are priced at £5.00 but as seating is limited, will be restricted to 2 tickets per family,
to be purchased by Monday 4th June.
Any tickets remaining after that date will be on sale on a first-come, first-served basis.
His Lordship Bishop Carmel Zammit, Mr Joe Cortes and Mr Joe Garcia attended morning chapel at Loreto Convent for a special cheque presentation on the morning of Tuesday 22nd May . Bishop Carmel spoke to the children about his role in supporting Aid to the Church in Need and that he had made a commitment…Details
Loreto Red Girls and Loreto Red Boys gave it their all in the group stages but were unlucky not to reach the semi final stages. Loreto Black Girls and Loreto Black Boys both finished top of their respective groups and met St Joseph’s in the Semi Finals. The Girls were comfortable winners with a 4-0…Details