Loreto Nedlands is proud to offer a quality Catholic education that is Christ centred, but still immersed in the world, as it encourages its students to develop and use their gift and talents to make a difference to others and to be “…seekers of truth and doers of justice.” (Mary Ward).
In an increasingly challenging and complex world, Loreto Nedlands is dedicated to providing a rich and diverse curriculum that encourages academic excellence, in synergy with the spiritual and social development of each child. The highly professional and dedicated staff work collaboratively together with a commitment to provide for the individual needs of every child.
I warmly invite you to discover more of how Loreto Nedlands makes education an enjoyable and richly rewarding experience for its students.
Committed to Child Safety
Your child’s safety is first and foremost.
Firstly I take this opportunity to congratulate our First Communicants on receiving the Sacrament of Holy Communion last Sunday. Special thanks to Father Gavin and Father Geoff for celebrating the mass and Julia Waller, class teacher, for preparing the students. Katie Sharman, Mission Coordinator, Sarina Davey, Music Coordinator, School Choir and all staff, family and friends who gathered to celebrate.
Year Six students showcased their musical talents on Friday night at our evening Soiree, followed by the School Choir closing the event. Parents, a survey will be sent out shortly for you to provide feedback on the event. Congratulations to all, and many thanks to our Peripatetic tutors who prepared the students and assisted on the night.
It is vitally important that parents and caregivers inform the school if their child tests positive for COVID-19.
To support our planning for your child’s classroom attendance, please continue to notify the school if your child returns a negative PCR/ RAT result, after:
- being identified as a close contact (Day 1 test to return to school as an asymptomatic close contact), and/or
- being identified as a household close contact (Day 7 test to conclude quarantine).
To help streamline this process a COVID-19 Self-reporting Form for Students and Staff members has been developed by Catholic Education WA (CEWA). Parents and caregivers can now inform the school of their child’s positive or negative COVID result via the button below. The information will go directly to the Principal, prompting our COVID response.
Please do not underestimate the importance of informing the school of a positive COVID case. Your actions will ensure the risk to others is minimised and that we do our very best to limit the spread of the virus across our community.
Loreto Nedlands School Term Dates 2022
Monday 31 January – Friday 8 April
PUPIL FREE DAY: Friday 4 March
Tuesday 26 April – Friday 1 July
PUPIL FREE DAYS: Friday 3 June & Tuesday 7 June
Monday 18 July – Friday 23 September
PUPIL FREE DAY: Friday 9 September
Monday 10 October – Friday 9 December
PUPIL FREE DAY: Monday 10 October
Experience our Loreto Philosophy. Visit our beautiful grounds, talk to our staff and see how a Loreto education liberates, empowers and motivates students to use their individual gifts with confidence, creativity and generosity in loving and responsible service.
We are currently accepting enrolments for our Pre Kindergarten and Kindergarten Programs for 2022. Discover how your child will blossom with an Early Childhood education at Loreto.
Our next school tour dates:
Book a tour for 2022:
- Term One: Thursday @ 9.15 am 10 March 2022
- Term Two: Thursday @ 9.15 am 9 June 2022
- Therm Three: Thursday @ 9.15 am 1 September 2022
Please click on ‘book a tour’ to secure your preferred date.