Our Lady’s Convent School was founded in 1850 by the Rosminian Order of nuns, the Sisters of Providence and is based on a campus close to the main campus for the Loughborough Endowed Schools.
The school is able to provide for children’s education as follows: Preparatory School including Early Years (Reception) – boys and girls from 4 to 11 years; Senior School – girls only, from 11 to 16 years; Sixth Form – girls only, from 16 to 18 years.
The school draws its students from a variety of social, cultural and religious backgrounds, welcoming those who embrace diversity and value Christian ideals, irrespective of their personal faith.
Our Lady’s Convent School offers a warm and friendly atmosphere for its pupils and its small class sizes enables them to deliver engaging teaching throughout the school, resulting in high academic achievements at all levels. The academic achievements are balanced by a variety of cultural, musical, sporting and extra-curricular activity.