At Loreto Convent we have a special reason for thanking the angels. The story you are going to hear tells how St. Michael – the Archangel – protected one of our Convents many years ago…. Once, long ago, the Loreto Convent in York was attacked by armed men who were determined to destroy it. One…Details
The United Nations International Day of Peace is celebrated on September 21st each year to recognise the efforts of those who have worked hard to end conflict and promote peace. It is a day of global ceasefire-personal and political. At Loreto Convent School, the day is celebrated with the wider community. Our aim is to…Details
Dear Parents, Just a quick update on the Loreto building and site in general. We have been working very hard over the summer to completely renovate three classrooms in the main (old) building and provide most classrooms with reverse air conditioning for the comfort of the children. In August, we had a serious saltwater leak…Details
Dear parents, As people throughout the Nation, Commonwealth and the world mourn the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, we join with all Loreto schools to honour our remarkable Sovereign. We thank God for her unswerving dedication to her people and for her life of devotion to duty. We pray for The Queen, for…Details
Some of our pupils met Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex and his wife Sophie, the Countess of Wessex in Main Street. It was a lovely rendition of ‘God Save the Queen’. Our whole school welcomed our Royal visitors as they passed by Loreto Convent. Check out our short video, more to come in our weekly…Details
It has been lovely to welcome Grandparents into Loreto Convent once again this week. The two mornings commenced with Mass celebrated by Mon. Paul Bear. In the Palm Tree playground each year group performed a song whilst Grandparents enjoyed refreshments.
Thank you to Rosemarie Isola of the Catholic Grandparents Association of Gibraltar for their support.