Loreto Secondary School Bray

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Holidays are here!!!🌻🌞🕶🏊🏻‍♀️🌝 Enjoy the time away from work & school! It’s been a long, challenging year but we made it through👏🏻🙏🏻 Be safe. Mind each other. @lorbalnews @Loretogs21 @CavanLoreto @LoretoClonmel @Loreto_Crumlin @PortmarnockCS @LoretoMullingar @LoretoFaithDev

Here they are! The South Eastern Regional Finalists 2021!

Did you catch the South Eastern Regional Final on our YouTube Channel?
Remember to tune in at 7pm on Sunday for the Grand Finalist to be revealed!

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Welcome to Loreto Secondary School, Bray

Founded in 1850, Loreto Secondary School Bray has a proud tradition of offering quality education to the young women of North Wicklow. Our whole school community is dedicated to the all-round development of the girls entrusted to our care. The school provides a huge range of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities to ensure that the students can develop the confidence and abilities to become the leaders of tomorrow. As well as striving for academic excellence, the students are encouraged to play an active role in life of the school.

The empowerment of women has been the hallmark of Loreto schools down through the years and this has been a driving force behind many of the initiatives undertaken in the school. Our dedicated staff understand that the world has still a long way to go before women can say that they are universally respected and appreciated. Unfortunately the remnants of a patriarchal society are still too evident in the world today.

It is sobering to think that over 400 years ago Mary Ward, foundress of the Loreto Sisters, was imprisoned and declared a heretic for daring to suggest that women could have their own order independent of direct male supervision and that “women in time to come would do much”. Her legacy, alive in Loreto Bray, provides the inspiration to our staff to encourage all students, no matter what their academic ability, to strive for excellence and to give of their best in everything they do. This stands in stark contrast to the narrow focus of the school league tables, so popular with certain elements in the media.

The fact that our students gain the highest academic results while remaining involved in extra-curricular activities gives lie to the dangerous view that one must concentrate exclusively on the academic to get high points. Indeed the excellent Leaving and Junior Certificate results of recent years illustrate how academic excellence and holistic education are all part of the same endeavour. 

This website can only offer a snapshot of the busy life of Loreto Bray.  You can obtain further information about the school by contacting the office (01-2867481). We always welcome your calls and enquiries.

Principal Ms. Emma Raughter, Deputy Principal Ms. Deirdre Ryan.

 

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– News –

Good Luck!

Best of luck to the Class of 21 in the Leaving Cert starting today Wednesday 9 June. We are very proud of you.

Hockey Training

Good news with school finishing up this week , we are continuing hockey for all those that wish to attend throughout the summer. If you...

ECO Unesco Success

Congratulations to the Rainwater Rescuers and the Seedling Swop group who won prizes at the National Finals today. Well done girls, we are...

Hockey News

Congratulations to Eimear Hardiman(3rd Year) , Ella Clarke (2nd Year) and Rachel Kirby(1st Year) who have been nominated by the school to...

Strive for 5

The Loreto Bray school community are going to walk 5K, donate 5€ and nominate 5 people all in a good cause  from Friday 14 to Sunday 16...

Softco Bucket Challenge

Just a few updates for all of the Hockey Players!!  1. Covid Protocol Changes  We are delighted to let you know that the guidelines for...

Congratulations to Jessica Chen in 1 Power who came second in the Irish Junior Maths Competition 2021. The competition is run annually and...

Loreto Secondary School, Bray – Awakening the hearts and minds of young people