esafety advice

May 22nd / On Monday evening we hosted a talk by Childnet in which various issues relating to online activity were explored. If you were unable to attend but would like to know more about how you can help your daughter to have a safe and positive experience of using Read More...


New fundraising record!

May 13th / Congratulations to the entire Loreto community for an absolutely fantastic fundraising drive during Lent. Over £10,000 has so far been collected, which is a higher amount than ever before, and there is still more money to come in! Thank you to everyone involved. House points have been Read More...


Good luck Year 11!

May 9th / Today we said goodbye to our Year 11 students, who are now on Study Leave. The day began in the Chapel with a service which included some beautiful singing from Isabel Deibe and Isabelle Ralfe. The students then watched a film summarising their last five years at Read More...


Well done Vintage Heroes!

May 8th / Our Young Enterprise team Vintage Heroes were delighted to win the local area board competition last night. This means they were chosen as the best team from the Harpenden and St Albans area, beating some prestigous opposition in the process. The team members are Angela Olsen, Amy Read More...


Parenting talks

2nd May We have recently received details of two Keystone talks which may be of interest to parents. In one talk, Professor Fiona Brooks will explore the changes which children experience both mentally and physically as they go through adolescence, and will talk about how parents can support their children Read More...


Y7 PGL Trip – message to parents

30th April There will be an information evening on Tuesday May 13th at 6.30 p.m. for parents and pupils. A letter will be sent beforehand requesting that you complete an attached medical form. Please complete the form and bring it with you when you attend the evening. Many thanks.


Year 8 Creative Writing Competition

When the author Rachel Campbell-Johnston visited the school recently to talk about her book “The Child’s Elephant”, she invited our Year 8 pupils to take part in a competition to write short stories of their own. These should have at least 250 words in them, but ideally not too many Read More...


Free your feet!

As part of the Living Streets “National Walking Month”, we will be holding “Walk to School Week” from April 28th to May 2nd. All of our pupils are encouraged to take part in this if at all possible, and to keep a record of their walking on a card we Read More...


Year 8 Penny Race

On March 24th our Year 8 students took part in a Penny Race organised by the Sixth Form this lunchtime. They raised £76 altogether and had a great time taking part. We were very impressed by their enthusiasm and team work. The Sixth Form organisers were also great, and it Read More...


Year 8 Art Day

Pupils experimented with felting, creating a felt egg then decorating it to making an Easter ornament or a character or animal: As part of the same event, Y8 pupils completed a mosaic workshop with Dionne Ible. Everyone made their own individual mosaics and also had a chance to add tiles Read More...




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