Loreto College Awards Day

Loreto Awards 1Pictured at the Loreto College Swords Awards for non-academic achievements, are award winners for sporting achievements. Back row: Aisling Ennis (Athletics), Jordan Murphy (Basketball) and Lucy McGowan (Soccer). Front row: Jayde Whitton (Camogie), Alison McGrath (Volleyball) and Ashley Jacob (Badminton)

Loreto College Swords held its annual end of year prize giving ceremony at the school recently. The awards were for non-academic achievements and were for endeavours in the area of outstanding sporting success, music, baking, arts and drama.
Principal, Peter McNamara was delighted with the level of success achieved by students at the school in the past year. He said, “These end of year celebrations recognise the non-academic achievements of our students. The teachers are all very proud of the girls who did so well and it’s great to acknowledge them with these awards.
“I also want to thank all of the staff here at Loreto Swords for all their hard work with the students and we wish all of our students the best of luck in their exams,” he said. Special awards were also presented for students of the year in both junior and senior school.

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Pictured at the Loreto College Swords Annual Awards Day for non-academic achievements are Emma Louise Steele and Benita Mbanusi, who never missed a day at school in five years. They are pictured here with teacher, Miss Cronin

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Pictured at the Loreto College Swords annual awards are Katie Heffernan (Senior Student of the Year) and Orla Phelan (Junior Student of the Year)