Extra Curricular


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Debating Matters… The Loreto Debating Group was formed in September 2019 by Mrs McGirr, who has a long-standing interest in debating stemming for her own involvement in a debating society at school some years ago!  She has experienced many long-term benefits from having participated in debating as a school-girl and is keen that the pupils at Loreto also have […]


“Be lovers of truth and doers of justice” Mary Ward The values of justice, peace and the integrity of creation are promoted in Loreto Grammar School.  Social justice is a core element of the Loreto Mission as students are encouraged to be ‘active citizens for change.’ The aim of JPIC, as part of development education, […]


Musicals  Thoroughly Modern Millie 2017 Our talented students took to the Strule Arts stage to perform a high spirited musical, filled with top-tapping tunes and lots of laugh-out-loud moments. The hilarious musical, ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’ was performed by our students as well as a number of boys from CBS, Omagh Academy and Drumragh Integrated College. […]


Public Speaking Public Speaking aims to promote self-awareness and confidence of our pupils. Public Speaking competitions run throughout the year and include the following: Competitions include; Knights of Columbanus Young Soroptomist Omagh Young Farmers Public Speaking Competition Euro Quiz Mary Ward Public Speaking in conjunction with sister Loreto schools Debating NI Environmental compeitions.    


Students will visit Andalo, Italy on 25th January 2020. Ski Trip Folgaria Italy 2018


PE Department Achievements 2018-19 Congratulations to our Year 9 Minor Netball Team on their recent NI Netball success. The girls won the Bowl Final in a tense competitive showpiece against Assumption Grammar. Led by Captain Shauna McCrory, the girls were worthy winners. Their coach was Ms Nichola Barbour. We are so proud of everyone. This […]


Young Enterprise   The Young Enterprise group provides Year 13 students with the opportunity to experience the highs and lows of an everyday business by running a real business and working under the guidance of external advisors from the local business community. The Young Enterprise aim of “Learning by Doing” is very evident throughout the […]