On the 9th of October the Loreto Educational Community began the Virtual Camino de Santiago. Over 3000 members have signed up to the challenge and here in Loreto, Omagh, we are really excited to be playing our part. Keep an eye on our social media platforms in the coming weeks for regular updates on our progress.
We are delighted to launch our exciting new e-magazine to coincide with the full return to school. This first issue captures some of the highs and lows of lockdown.
Today CEA have launched an infographic to explain how they used standardisation models in the awarding process. This will be a useful tool for parents and students when reviewing results.
The video and a helpful Frequently Asked Questions area to support students receiving results can be accessed at the link below
Click on the link below…
The mental health and wellbeing of young people during the coronavirus outbreak is paramount, and we are trying to reach as many young people as possible in order to help them. Please see this important information from @FamilyworksNI
Important Reminder about our School Counselling Service:
Young people in post primary schools can self-refer on https://familyworksni.com
Or get in touch directly with Loreto’s Key Contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see more information on School Counselling in the attached letter.