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Y10 students who gained the Bronze Merit Certificate, with College Principal Mr M. James - View Full Size Image
Y10 students who gained the Bronze Merit Certificate, with College Principal Mr M. James
Y9 students who gained the Bronze Merit Certificate, with College Principal Mr M. James - View Full Size Image
Y9 students who gained the Bronze Merit Certificate, with College Principal Mr M. James
Students from 8A who have gained the Bronze Merit Certificate - View Full Size Image
Students from 8A who have gained the Bronze Merit Certificate
8B students who were presented with Bronze Merit Certificates - View Full Size Image
8B students who were presented with Bronze Merit Certificates
Members of 8C who received the Bronze Merit Certificate recently - View Full Size Image
Members of 8C who received the Bronze Merit Certificate recently
27/11/2014 MERIT AWARDS DISTRIBUTED AT LORETO COLLEGE ASSEMBLY

Bronze Merit Award certificates have been presented to students from Years 8-10 at Loreto College Coleraine at a special Merit Assembly.

The Merit Award rewards consistently excellent classwork, homework and conduct.  Certificates are presented at three levels, Bronze, Silver and Gold, and students collect nomination stamps on a regular basis from their subject teachers.  A special Assembly was held at Loreto College in late November to reward the students in Years 8-10 who have already gained sufficient Merit awards to attain their Bronze certificate.  Four Year 8 students have also already gained the Silver Merit Certificate: Caitlin Campbell, Caoimhe Campbell, Aron Lestas and Orla McEwan.

Mr Michael James, Principal of Loreto College, paid tribute to the students who had received their Bronze Merit Award, saying that undoubtedly the patterns of hard work and excellent behaviour would now translate into impressive results in the Christmas examinations.  Mrs Maeve Close, co-ordinator of the Merit Award system at Loreto College, added that it was encouraging to see so many members of the Junior School receiving a Bronze Award so early in the academic year.