"The quality of pupils academic and other achievements is excellent"
Please read the full report for further details.
We are pleased to announce that Loyola was found to be outstanding in it's recent RE inspection.
Well done to Sonny and Nikhil for being awarded the Brentwood Citizenship award by Bishop Alan. This was for their service to those less fortunate than themsleves.
All welcome to join us to celebrate Mass in honour of Our Lady.
1.15pm in the school hall.
We are pleased to announce that 3 of our pupils have been invited to play for Essex!
Well done to our U11 Football team!
They came 3rd in the ISFA (Small Schools) National Finals in Birmingham and 6th in the English Schools Finals in Derby.
The Loyola U11 Football have just been announced as winning the South East Regional Finals - they're now through to the Nationals!
Good luck to our U11's who are taking part in the finals of the small schools South East of England Regional Championship on Saturday 16th March.
Dress up as your favourite character for World Book Day on March 7th!
Cross country competition
at Coopersale Hall. All of the Loyola teams did well and especially U9 A team (Henry, Lucas, Chase & Kieran) who came 3rd overall!
U9's Tag Rugby vs Forest
2 teams, 2 losses, 2 wins!
Rugby vs St Edmund’s
U11’s drew 7-7
U10’s won 5-4
Football vs St Aubyn’s
U11’s A team won 3-2
In total, 53 places offered to our class of Rudiments including 5 Scholarships and 2 Music exhibitions!
We look forward to seeing you back at school on Monday 25th February!
Congratulations to the 14 boys who applied and were offered places at St Edmund's College for Year 7 in September 2019. This includes 1 academic scholarship, 1 music scholarship and 1 music exhibition. We're proud of you!
U10’s vs St Aubyn’s
won 7 - 3
U11’s vs St Aubyn’s
narrowly lost a tight game (in the last 5 minutes!) 4 – 7
Great team work boys!
Well done to our U11 A team for beating Bancroft 3 - 0
Welcome to our 2019 new look web pages.
Thanks to our brilliant PTA who have held a funpacked Christmas fete and raised £5,180!
The school council and the pupils decided to raise money for the homeless at Christmas.
Thanks to our brilliant PTA who have been fundraising tirelessly to buy the new bus.