The staff in our school library are once again holding competitions for children to enter. World Book Day is held on Thursday 5 March 2020. Drawing competition for Reception to Year 1. View/print the application form here. Writing competition for Year 2 to Year 7. View/print the application form here. All entries must be submitted…Details
Last week saw the GHA host a mixed hockey Interschool. Loreto Convent competed in a Year 7 tournament which consisted of a round robin competition with Westside, Bayside and Prior Park all entering two teams. First up was Bayside B whom were beaten 2-0 with goals from Sebastien Gorny and Benny Hill. Next, Loreto came…Details
The Minister for Health and Care, the Hon Paul Balban MP and the , Dr. Sohail Bhatti, visited Loreto Convent this week to meet with teachers and pupils involved in the LSSC (Loreto Sustainable School Committee). This visit came about when the newly appointed Health Minister read about the effort, determination and passion of children…Details
Swimming Gala Our Year’s 5, 6 and 7 children took part in our annual swimming gala. The standard of swimming was better than ever and children showcased their amazing swimming skills to all present. Four School Swimming records were broken on the day by the following children. Isabella Lombard, Year 7 Girls 50m Breaststroke, 49.87s…Details
Year one were buzzing, literally this week, as our bee keeper (Mr Taylor) came in to school to talk to the children. As part of the animals and their environment topic, the children brought this to an exciting end as they listened to the ‘Life of a Bee’. The children learnt how they enable food…Details
We have pleasure in attaching a copy of the up-to-date term dates for the rest of this academic year, which include the amended date for Worker’s Memorial Day to Tuesday 28th April 2020 and the new Bank Holiday on Friday 8th May for the 75th Anniversary of VE Day.
A non-profit initiative removing CO2 from the atmosphere through global reforestation. They make it simple for everyone to contribute to collective action on the climate crisis. Just One Tree donate to established reforestation partners who concentrate their planting in areas severely affected by mass deforestation. This has a great positive effect on combating global warming…Details
The Royal Gibraltar Police visited the school to talk to our Reception and First School children about ‘Stranger Danger’. The Police Liaison officers taught the children how to recognise who a stranger might be and what they should do if they are approached by a stranger. The children enjoyed listening to the Police Officers and their favourite part was when…Details