Extra Curricular

Loreto Bray offers a wide range of extra-curricular activities to our students. There is something to appeal to everybody from sport to drama, debating, Peace & Justice, Chinese Studies, orchestra and choir. Each pupil is encouraged to participate in some aspects of our extra curricular programme. Students make new friends, learn new skills and develop healthy leisure pursuits. It also leaves less time for mischief!

Book Club

The Loreto Bray Junior and Senior book clubs meet every two weeks in the school library to discuss the group’s current book selection. Good company, good discussion and enjoyable reading are the order of the day for our Book Club members.  Students are encouraged to discover the joys of reading. To this end each Loreto …

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Choir and Orchestra

The Loreto Bray school Orchestra and school Choir both welcome new members. Students from all years are encouraged to join both Choir and Orchestra.  The school orchestra holds rehearsals during lunch break and our orchestra performs at special events. The beautiful singing of our school Choir is always a welcome addition to our school Masses, …

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Comenius

FOURTH INTERNATIONAL COMENIUS MEETING.BRAY, IRELAND. 29/04/13 – 02/05/13 PROGRAMME   27th April arrival of Spanish team 28th April arrival of Norwegian team 29th April arrival of Greek team     MONDAY 29TH APRIL 9am Spanish and Norwegian teams in Loreto Bray Welcome by Principal Mr Lorcan Byrne and Deputy Principal Ms Margaret Wainwright 9.30-10.30 PowerPoint …

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Debating

Loreto Bray offers students the opportunity to participate in debating through the mediums of Irish, English, French and German. We have successfully competed in debating competitions in all these languages and were overall winners in the Gael Linn Comórtas Díospóireachta Junior Competition 2010.  Inter-class debates take place for First and Second year students during lunch …

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Drama Club

The Loreto Bray Drama Club has a long tradition of excellence within our school and is a very popular extracurricular activity. The Drama Club, under the watchful eye of Ms Iris Keogh, our Drama Coach, meets every Friday after school from 3.30 – 5.00pm. Students write, direct and produce a wide variety of plays each …

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Freshers Day

As in previous years, in early September our Senior Prefects and Student Council organised Freshers Day. Freshers Day offers every sport, club and extra-curricular activity the opportunity to present their particular area of interest to the wider school community. Freshers Day took place during lunchtime and students – particularly first year students new to our …

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Peace and Justice

The Loreto Bray Peace & Justice Group seeks to raise awareness of justice issues – both national and international – and to offer students the opportunity to voice their views on these matters and work towards bringing about positive change. The group holds regular lunchtime meetings, invites guest speakers to address the group and undertakes …

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School News

School News 21 November 2014 Sport: The Senior A basketball team won their match on Monday. The Senior A and B badminton teams also won their matches. In soccer the First and Second Year football team won their match against Presentation Kilkenny in Kilkenny and are through to the next round of their league. Alannah …

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Sport

Students can play any number of the different sports on offer in our school. These include Hockey, Basketball, Badminton, Soccer, Gaelic, Tennis and Tabletennis. Training takes place after school by arrangement with the relevant Coach. Matches may take place on Saturday mornings. All students are encouraged to sign up for a sporting activity.

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