British Science Museum Visit

Pupils from Loreto Convent School were among pupils from local schools who were invited to attend the British Science Museum’s (BSM) workshop.  For the fifth year running the BSM are visiting Gibraltar, conducting a series of experiments throughout the week at the Ince’s Hall.  The experiments to be carried out will enhance the work done by pupils…

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Bear Hunt

On Wednesday 9th November Reception went on a Bear Hunt. We read the book ‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’ by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury, discussed it and made some maps and binoculars. We were ready to go an adventure! First we went splash splosh through the river. Then we went through the thick…

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Pupils Swim for Gibraltar

This month, three of our pupils represented Gibraltar in Swimming.  Participating in the 50 meter category, some outstanding times were achieved with all the pupils exceeding their own Personal Best (PB) times. In the Backstroke times were: Sebastian – 46.97s Ellie – 44.34s Hannah 49.20s. In the Breaststroke: Hannah – 50.82s Ellie – 52.30s. In…

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HMS SCOTT visit

Loreto pupils inspired on an educational visit around HMS SCOTT. Thursday 17th November, year 6 pupils were on-board HMS Scott whilst it is docked in Gibraltar as part of its routine operations.  HMS Scott is an ocean survey vessel and is the third Royal Navy ship to carry the name. She is the only vessel…

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Mission Day 2016

For the second year running we have hosted our in-house Mission Day, run by the pupils, for the pupils.  Year seven have worked remarkably on their market stalls, ensuring they were ready for the 9am start.  With pupils from our Nursery, First and Middle Schools participating the morning was full of joy and excitement.  The stalls included, bounce the ball…

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Harvest Festival

Reception, Preschool and Nursery celebrated the Harvest with a service in the chapel on Wednesday 26th October. This celebration was to give thanks to God for all the food we have. It is also a time for us to think about those who are less fortunate than ourselves. The children very kindly brought in food which…

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