Adrian Sladdin from one of the UK’s leading addiction charities YGAM facilitated a course about youth gaming awareness to our First and Middle School teachers. Called ‘In The Know’, the teachers learnt about Digital Resilience and Social Gaming which meeting the UK National Curriculum and OFSTED framework and staying at the forefront of education trends. …Details
As parents you will no doubt be aware that social gaming addiction in our youth is a very hot topic in the press at the moment. Loreto is passionate about safeguarding children and strives to stay at the forefront of educational trends. On the 31st January we are able to partner with YGAM, one of…Details
We welcome back all children on Monday 7th January 2019.
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As in previous years, the Chocolate Santas being sold in aid of ‘Action for Schools’ will also be available here at Loreto. The Santas cost £2.00 and will be on sale from tomorrow Wednesday 12th December, while stocks last. If you would like your child to have one, please send in the correct amount. The…Details
On Wednesday 21st November, Mrs Byrne talked to the parents of our Reception children about reading skills. This included the theories behind how children read, along with how parents can support by reading to children in the preferred way. Missed the talk!? Can catch up by viewing the presentation and accompanying video below.Please open the the…Details
Mr Johnny Ball gave an exclusive Mathematics lesson to the Middle School Children at Loreto Convent School. Mr Ball, presented several series of a popular Science and Technology programme in the 1970’ and 1880’s. He is renowned for hosting entertaining and accessible shows which engage the children in learning, times haven’t changed! Mr Ball had…Details
We are offering 50% off our EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED EDITION, Loreto1845 baseball cap on Friday 23rd November. Visit the School Office on Europa Road and pick one up for ONLY £5.00. (Normal price before and after the event is £10.00 or 3 for £25.00). Ideal Stocking Filler for friends and family who attended Loreto Convent School. High…Details
Our school entrance hallway has been turned into a beautiful display of Poppies for Remembrance Sunday. Children and staff were invited to make a Poppy to remember those who served in our Armed services and sacrificed their lives for their country. Miss Smith, who organised the amazing display, was overwhelmed with the numbers of poppies, and was…Details
All Aboard Loreto. Pupils from Year 5 at Loreto Convent School brought the curriculum to life with a trip on-board HMS Echo, the Royal Navy hydrographic survey ship. The children used the experience to learn how the ship maps the sea bed creating charts in the Survey Ops Room. The children were shown charts of the…Details