- Mad Science at Loreto Prep School
Science was a hot topic when mad scientist Nitro Neil visited the school! He explained how noise is made and how we hear, as well as talking about the properties of heat and light.
These Loreto girls were members of the North of Englandís silver medal team in the Independent Schools' Association junior athletics championships in Birmingham.
The school enjoyed a visit by Helen Redman and her friend Buddy from the NSPCC. The girls raised £2000 for the NSPCC in October, making a total of £10,000 raised over the past few years!
Loreto Preparatory School was one of only five schools in the UK chosen to do artwork for the G7 conference in Japan. The banner represents the seven values of foundress Mary Ward.
Canon John and Deacon John officiated at the Mass for the Sacrament of First Holy Communion.
Bella was the winner of Trafford Councilís Music competition. Her beautiful picture of her favourite instrument, a saxophone, is in the photo. She received her prize of a Kindle Fire from the Mayor of Trafford.
A classic 1920's whodunnit mystery revealed the facts behind the fantasy as the Kinetic Theatre troupe combined science and drama for a magical morning at Loreto Preparatory School.
British Women's Chess Champion Sarah Hegarty is aiming to mentor some future queens of the board with a new chess club at Loreto Preparatory School.
I am delighted to welcome you to the Loreto Preparatory School website.
Loreto Preparatory School is an independent Catholic primary school for girls aged 3 to 11 years and is under the trusteeship of the Loreto Sisters.
The website outlines the main features of our school and curriculum.
Having found out a little about us, if you would like to learn more, please contact my secretary and make an appointment for a personal tour of the school.
Helen Norwood BA Hons PGCE
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