To mark the 400th anniversary of Mary Ward's first apostolic foundation in Saint Omer 1609, the Irish Loreto Education Office decided to embark on a project that would bring together Loreto students from all over
Over the next few weeks we will share with you some of their personal reflections and read how this immersion experience has impacted on their thoughts, their perspectives, and their dreams.
Ahead of the immersion experience in
Students from all Loreto schools were invited to apply to take part in an immersion experience in
The 32 students chosen for the trip to
In a workshop facilitated by Mr Michael Denny (Education Office), Mr Colm Regan (80:20
In early June, the 32 Loreto students left Dublin for Kenya. In the course of the next two weeks they worked, played, shared, studied and most importantly of all talked with Loreto students in Kenya. The girls, divided into four groups, attended classes every day in four different Loreto schools in and around Nairobi.