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Parent Mailing List

We are currently compiling a mailing list for parents/guardians of students from 1st, 2nd and 3rd Year through which we can relay information about ongoing activities and events in your daughters year group. Your daughter should have brought home the form linked to below. If it was mislaid, and should you wish to be on this mailing list, please complete the form and have your daughter return it to her form teacher or the school office. parent email form


News update, Nov 17th, 2017

• UCD Entrance Scholars 2017:  Congratulations to Cara Devlin, Khadija Gull, Sarah Kearney and Tess O’Neill who were recognised at UCD’s Entrance Scholars Awards for their high achievements in Leaving Cert points.

ucd scholars

• Science Week: This week was Science Week and our students enjoyed a host of events throughout the week.

  • Monday: Mr Daly and Ms Gillen's 2nd Year Science classes visited DIT for a talk on nutrition titled 'Eating Smart'.
  • Tuesday: Ms Gillen's TY Biology enjoyed a trip to DIT for a discussion on the genetics revolution.
  • Wednesday: Dr Niamh Shaw, a STEM artist and enthusiast, and Naoise Gaffney, an engineer and patent attorney, came to speak to our sixth year students about the diversity of careers available after an undergraduate degree in science.
  • Thursday: Ms Beegan and Ms Sheridan's TY Chemistry classes experienced a talk on the link between tales of vampires and chemistry! Mr Higgins' TY physics class also visited DIT for a talk on physics in action. Congratulations to Eiblin McCarthy, Maria Louise Fufezan, Kimia Esmaeilzadeh, Mia Doran, Diana Bura and Orlagh Beggs who performed superbly in the regional finals of the ISTA Senior Science Quiz on Thursday evening in Trinity College.
  • Friday: All 1st year students were lucky enough to experience the Big Bear Planetarium right here in school. Students observed the wonders and opportunities of space travel. 

planetarium dome


• Three Transition Year groups visited Butlers Chocolate Factory in Clonshaugh. They had a tour of the factory, sampled chocolate and decorated a chocolate mould.


• Our Annual Remembrance Evening took place on Thursday night. It was an evening of poetry, song and reflection where we remember all who have passed away in our Loreto Community. 

Sports News:This has been a very busy week.

• Monday saw matches in Camogie/Soccer and Basketball. All teams performed very well.

• Wednesday we hosted a mini-tournament for Senior Volleyball teams. The games were very close and competitive. Well done to all the girls who participated. We also played hockey matches at home to St. Andrews Booterstown providing the opposition.

• Thursday the Senior Gaelic staged a dramatic comeback to win in Terenure. Well done.

• Friday was a busy day of fixtures with Camogie/Soccer/Hockey/Basketball and Gaelic matches all being played. The TY Sports Committee must be recognised for their great work this week. These girls help in so many ways.