Lockdown Learning

Faced with our second lockdown, Loreto Convent School was able to switch fairly smoothly back to remote learning.  Teaching staff have prepared high quality, tailormade curriculum resources ready for children to access, whether this be in a structured daily format through the class weekly planner, or on a more ad-hoc basis to suit learning within the…

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175th Anniversary

On Thursday 16th December 1845, five Loreto sisters arrived in Gibraltar.  Having travelled for 8 days on a ship called The Royal Tar, they spent the night on board before being rowed ashore the next day.  They were accompanied by the Vicar Apostolic of Gibraltar, Right Reverend Henry Hughes. Bishop Hughes had raised the standards…

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175th Anniversary

On Thursday 16th December 1845, five Loreto sisters arrived in Gibraltar.  Having travelled for 8 days on a ship called The Royal Tar, they spent the night on board before being rowed ashore the next day.  They were accompanied by the Vicar Apostolic of Gibraltar, Right Reverend Henry Hughes. Bishop Hughes had raised the standards…

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Nautilus Project

The year 6 children were treated to a fabulous morning at little Bay with Lewis Stagnetto of The Nautilus Project this week.  Lewis and his team had an early start in the sea collecting invertebrates for our pupils to observe and handle.  From a large male octopus, an adolescent triton snail, a brittle star, spiny…

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