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 Consultation Meeting
Consultation Meeting for parents Wednesday 27th May 2015
Consultation Meeting for parents Wednesday 27th May 2015
 Transfer 2016
Registration Opens Monday 18 May 2015
Registration closes at 2pm on Friday 25 September 2015
 

Click on this link to access the registration pack.

Registration Opens Monday 18 May 2015
Registration closes at 2pm on Friday 25 September 2015
 

Click on this link to access the registration pack.

 BBC Student News Report

Students making the news today for the BBC Student News Report.

Click on the link below to follow.

Students making the news today for the BBC Student News Report.

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 Governors' Report
Click on link below to access Governors' Report for Parents 2013/14
 
Click on link below to access Governors' Report for Parents 2013/14
 
 Loreto Past Pupils’ Union
Representing Past Pupils of all Loreto Schools
Representing Past Pupils of all Loreto Schools
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 Information for Parents

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Parents Helpline provides support and guidance to parents and families facing difficulties through a free helpline (0808 8010 722) and counselling, support and guidance via an appointment service in Armagh, Ballymena, Belfast, Coleraine, Craigavon, Derry/Londonderry, Newry, Omagh & Whitehead. 

Helpline hours Monday-Thursday 9am-8pm & Friday 9am-5pm

www.facebook.com/ParentingNI

Parents Helpline provides support and guidance to parents and families facing difficulties through a free helpline (0808 8010 722) and counselling, support and guidance via an appointment service in Armagh, Ballymena, Belfast, Coleraine, Craigavon, Derry/Londonderry, Newry, Omagh & Whitehead. 

Helpline hours Monday-Thursday 9am-8pm & Friday 9am-5pm
 Addressing Bullying in Schools

To access the consultation document please click on the link below.

 www.deni.gov.uk/addressing-bullying-in-schools 

To access the consultation document please click on the link below.

 www.deni.gov.uk/addressing-bullying-in-schools 

                         'Striving for excellence - the Loreto way'

                         'Striving for excellence - the Loreto way'

 Welcome to Loreto Grammar School Omagh


Our school has a long and rich tradition of excellence based on the Loreto ethos and philosophy of education. As an 11-18 school we enjoy the mix of young and more adult students. We support each other in learning and discovery and the positive influence creates a friendly, caring and disciplined community which has its fair share of drama, intrigue, suspense and fun. We celebrate as well as study and given that the school has 890 talented students there are plenty of opportunities. We always seek to broaden our experiences of education within a local and global context and encourage each other to be active participants in a wide range of extra curricular activities. We are committed to nurturing the unique talents, gifts and abilities of everyone within our lived Catholic faith community, and to empowering each other to share responsibilities in home, parish life, and the world of work.

I hope you enjoy browsing through our material and catching a glimpse of life within this wonderful school. 

Grainne T O’Hanlon
Principal


Our school has a long and rich tradition of excellence based on the Loreto ethos and philosophy of education. As an 11-18 school we enjoy the mix of young and more adult students. We support each other in learning and discovery and the positive influence creates a friendly, caring and disciplined community which has its fair share of drama, intrigue, suspense and fun. We celebrate as well as study and given that the school has 890 talented students there are plenty of opportunities. We always seek to broaden our experiences of education within a local and global context and encourage each other to be active participants in a wide range of extra curricular activities. We are committed to nurturing the unique talents, gifts and abilities of everyone within our lived Catholic faith community, and to empowering each other to share responsibilities in home, parish life, and the world of work.

I hope you enjoy browsing through our material and catching a glimpse of life within this wonderful school. 

Grainne T O’Hanlon
Principal

 Twitter

 Sporting Success for Loreto
Enya Haigney Y10
Won Ulster 800m on Saturday and goes forward to All-Ireland
 Aideen Casey Yr 12
Came 2nd in Steeplechase and goes on to the All Ireland
Louise Mc Sorley Yr 10
3rd at Ulster Championship last Saturday
 
U16 All-Ireland Finalists
 
Congratulations are extended to Year 10 student, Enya Haigney who has been selected to run for Ireland in the SIAB Schools’ International Cross Country Championships. Enya is the reigning Ulster Champion in both outdoor and indoor 800m and in November 2014 became the Under 16 Ulster and N. Ireland Cross Country Champion. Over the past year, Enya has gained international selections to represent Ulster, N. Ireland and now Ireland. Her most recent selection has been for the N. Ireland team who will travel to London in April to compete in the London Mini Marathon.
 

Cross-Country Winner

Enya came 1st in E District, 2nd in Ulster and 5th in the All-Ireland. She will be running this Saturday as part of the Irish team in Santry, Dublin.
 

 

Continued Success for U16's  

Loreto U16 girls defeated Glenamaddy on14th March in Cavan in the schools A All-Ireland semi-final with a final score of Loreto 2-9 Glenamaddy 1-8. When the final whistle blew it was jubilation for the Loreto girls with a promise of a place in the All-Ireland final on 28th March. 

 

Under 16 Ulster Champions

 

Team Captain

 Player of the Match

School Handball Winners 

 Ciara and Elizabeth won the Ulster final on 7th February.  They went on to win the All Ireland schools handball competition on Sat.They defeated Kildare in the semi final and then beat Clare in the final. They are pictured here with William Roache handball president of Ireland.

               Mairead in Year 8 has won the Ulster Title in Handball

                                               Loreto Cross-Country Event  

 

 

 

Enya Haigney Y10
Won Ulster 800m on Saturday and goes forward to All-Ireland
 Aideen Casey Yr 12
Came 2nd in Steeplechase and goes on to the All Ireland
Louise Mc Sorley Yr 10
3rd at Ulster Championship last Saturday
 
U16 All-Ireland Finalists
 
Congratulations are extended to Year 10 student, Enya Haigney who has been selected to run for Ireland in the SIAB Schools’ International Cross Country Championships. Enya is the reigning Ulster Champion in both outdoor and indoor 800m and in November 2014 became the Under 16 Ulster and N. Ireland Cross Country Champion. Over the past year, Enya has gained international selections to represent Ulster, N. Ireland and now Ireland. Her most recent selection has been for the N. Ireland team who will travel to London in April to compete in the London Mini Marathon.
 

Cross-Country Winner

Enya came 1st in E District, 2nd in Ulster and 5th in the All-Ireland. She will be running this Saturday as part of the Irish team in Santry, Dublin.
 

 

Continued Success for U16's  

Loreto U16 girls defeated Glenamaddy on14th March in Cavan in the schools A All-Ireland semi-final with a final score of Loreto 2-9 Glenamaddy 1-8. When the final whistle blew it was jubilation for the Loreto girls with a promise of a place in the All-Ireland final on 28th March. 

 

Under 16 Ulster Champions

 

Team Captain

 Player of the Match

School Handball Winners 

 Ciara and Elizabeth won the Ulster final on 7th February.  They went on to win the All Ireland schools handball competition on Sat.They defeated Kildare in the semi final and then beat Clare in the final. They are pictured here with William Roache handball president of Ireland.

               Mairead in Year 8 has won the Ulster Title in Handball

                                               Loreto Cross-Country Event  

 

 

 

 Academic Selection for Year 8 Admission

The Loreto Trustees and the Board of Governors are committed to the phased removal of academic selection and are working on a Development Proposal to change the admissions process. The proposal must be issued for public consultation one year in advance and therefore it will not impact on the application process for the September 2015 intake.

The current process of using academic selection as the first criterion for the admission of 125 pupils to Year 8 in September 2015 will continue to be applied. This information will be published by WELB in its Transfer Guidance booklet for 2015.

The Loreto Trustees and the Board of Governors are committed to the phased removal of academic selection and are working on a Development Proposal to change the admissions process. The proposal must be issued for public consultation one year in advance and therefore it will not impact on the application process for the September 2015 intake.

The current process of using academic selection as the first criterion for the admission of 125 pupils to Year 8 in September 2015 will continue to be applied. This information will be published by WELB in its Transfer Guidance booklet for 2015.
 Inspection Report

 “ Loreto’s Outstanding Report.”
Read here
Overall Performance Level: Outstanding
Achievements and Standards: Outstanding
Provision for Learning: Outstanding
Leadership and Management; Outstanding

The Board of Governors and Principal Mrs Grainne O’Hanlon sincerely thank all the staff, pupils, parents, past and present, and the wider parish Communities for their continued support of the school throughout the years.   

www.etini.gov.uk

 “ Loreto’s Outstanding Report.”
Read here
Overall Performance Level: Outstanding
Achievements and Standards: Outstanding
Provision for Learning: Outstanding
Leadership and Management; Outstanding

The Board of Governors and Principal Mrs Grainne O’Hanlon sincerely thank all the staff, pupils, parents, past and present, and the wider parish Communities for their continued support of the school throughout the years.   

www.etini.gov.uk

Contact Details
Address: Loreto Grammar School, James Street, Omagh, BT78 1DL
Telephone: 028 82243633     Fax: 028 82251143    E Mail: info@loretogs.omagh.ni.sch.uk

Follow us on Twitter @loretogsomagh 

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Contact Details
Address: Loreto Grammar School, James Street, Omagh, BT78 1DL
Telephone: 028 82243633     Fax: 028 82251143    E Mail: info@loretogs.omagh.ni.sch.uk

Follow us on Twitter @loretogsomagh 

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