The Priory School’s House System encourages and fosters teamwork, participation and sportsmanship in all areas of school life. The sense of community within each of the houses encourages a feeling of identity and belonging. All
Well done and thank you to all those students and staff who wore odd socks to celebrate being different for Anti Bullying Week. Odd Socks Day helps to raise students’ awareness of bullying. It gives
Congratulations to our Year 9 students for completing their exams this week. You have all been amazing.
Good reasons for considering Gold Great for personal development, taking on a challenge, building personal resilience, extending skills, getting physically fitter, etc Helps with applications to Uni (put on your personal statement), college courses, employment,
A life-changing experience. A fun time with friends. An opportunity to discover new interests and talents. A tool to develop essential skills for life and work. A recognised mark of achievement; respected by employers. The
Lauren Lauren’s Parents Recent quotes from parents “A massive thank you to all the staff , this must have been one of the most challenging times in your careers. We
Whilst nothing can replace the atmosphere of being in a happy and purposeful school environment, we hope this combination of online information conveys the positive ethos and community spirit of The Priory School. Please select
Students have accepted places at a range of Universities including Geography at Cambridge, Biomedical Science at Kent, Music at Chichester and Ocean Science with Marine Conservation at Plymouth.
Lauren Smewing was awarded A* grades in Geography and Product Design, and a grade A in Maths.
Students, parents and staff were delighted with GCSE outcomes today. Every student who took separate sciences at The Priory School was awarded a minimum of a Grade 5 even though the school does not select
At the Priory School we have a fantastic team in place to educate, support and guide our students. Senior leadership, heads of year, teachers and teaching assistants all work together to help our students progress
Year 7 Students designed and built electric kit-cars and raced them to victory A team of year 7 students at the Priory School in Dorking have designed, built, and raced not one but two electric
Congratulations Ben Bradley for winning the Trinity Term 2019 Oxford Scientist National Scientist Writing Competition Read Ben’s article, “Science Can Change the World — If it is Given the Chance to” in The Oxford Scientist.
“In an age where thanks often goes amiss, we think it is important the staff at The Priory know when a good job has been done and in our children it has, so thank you.”
Art Installations the First in a New Collaboration with Sussex Community Rail Partnership James and Patrick with with friends and family, Head Teacher, Rachel Gibb, Head of Sixth form Phil Harrison, Art teacher Ros