Y11 Celebration

10th May 2019 – Today our Y11 students celebrated Mass and then gathered to look back over their last five years together.  They are now on Study Leave, with their first GCSE exams starting next Monday!  They’re fantastic young people, and we wish them every success … Click on any picture to enlarge it: Read More...


Classics Author Visit

8th May 2019 – Yesterday afternoon our Year 9, 10 and 12 Classics students were given the opportunity to hear from the truly inspirational BBC Radio 4 broadcaster and author, Natalie Haynes. She was a remarkable speaker and had us hanging on her every word as she explored the feminine Read More...


Wellbeing workshops

25th April 2019 – We have recently received details of two opportunities for parents to pick up tips on how to help their children through some of the challenges which teenage years can present. Click on the following links for more details: Happy Teens Weekender- Natural Flair Managing Family Stress-Keystone


Y7 PGL Information

25th April 2019 – Thank you to the many Y7 parents who attended yesterday’s meeting about the PGL trip.  As a reminder to you, and for the benefit of those unable to attend, here is a copy of the presentation that was given, and details of what the pupils need to bring with Read More...


Y7 French Play

4th April 2019 – Last week our Y7 students watched a play performed in French by Onatti Productions. Khadija and Jessica (7J) tell us more about this … The play was called ‘Ticket pour L’Espace’.  The French spoken during the play was not too hard to understand, and as a result everyone was Read More...


Lenten Fundraising

19th March 2019 – At this time of year the members of our community focus more than ever on how we can help others.  Last year, over £14,000 was raised in our Lenten Fundraising drive!  Read more about this here.  Below are details of the charities we are supporting this year, along Read More...


Romeo & Juliet

18th March 2019 – Last week the Young Shakespeare Company came in to perform the story of Romeo and Juliet for Year 9.  Here are some reviews from the pupils … I really enjoyed it as, before they performed, they did a small workshop and talked through how they as a company Read More...


International Women’s Day

11th March 2019 – At Loreto, International Women’s Day saw the culmination of a whole week of activities designed to inspire our students to think beyond gender norms.  Highlights included the Wow Reps running year group assemblies on gender stereotypes and the gender pay gap. The whole school focused on the issue Read More...


World Book Day

8th March 2019 – These pictures show just some of the superb costumes our younger students (and braver members of staff) wore into school yesterday as part of World Book Day.  We were really  impressed with how much effort everyone had gone to. Report to follow …


Big Booky Breakfast

8th March 2019 – On Wednesday, the library hosted its first “Big Booky Breakfast”. Beforehand, pupils had been encouraged to bring in unwanted books so that we could hold a giant book sale.  Any student who bought a book received a free cookie or doughnut. Proceeds from the sale will all go to Read More...




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