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AN ALL ABILITY INTEGRATED COLLEGE

Integrated schools now exist in the most polarised of towns and communities within Northern Ireland. Parents continue to defy critics and commit their children to what many see as the long-term future of genuine reconciliation based on understanding and celebration of diversity. Idealists and realists continue to work together. The objectives of integrated schools are no less than those that surround them – to provide the best possible education for the pupils entrusted to their care.

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– PRIORY COLLEGE NEWS –

  • Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission

    Just before half term the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission came out to talk to Mrs Clayton’s year 12 LLW class. They spoke to the class about what human rights are and the difference between absolute rights and limited rights.  They also spoke to the......

  • Santander Workshop

    This afternoon our Year 13 students participated in a Workshop delivered by staff from Santander.  The workshop opened the students eyes to the many ways used for scamming people....

  • Anti-bullying School of the Month!

    Priory Integrated College, Holywood, Northern Ireland This month we heard from lead Anti-Bullying Ambassador Cohen about the progress he and his school has made at Priory Integrated College. The Anti-Bullying Ambassadors at the school have set up a number of peer-led support systems, such as......

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The GCSE Music students enjoyed a trip to the Ulster Hall today to watch the Ulster Orchestra perform one of the pieces they are studying. They listened to the soloist give a short talk about life as an orchestral musician afterwards. ... See MoreSee Less

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CUCHULAINN CUP

Well done to all the girls involved in the Cuchulainn cup tournament yesterday. Unfortunately it wasn’t to be two in a row for the Belfast side. Despite not retaining the cup, the girls involved battled hard against the Banbridge, Foyle and Ballymoney areas and improved their skills and knowledge of the game with each game. There were also some good friendships formed with the girls from Lagan College. A huge thanks must go to Ryan from the Ulster GAA for coaching our girls and the Ulster GAA for organising such a worthwhile tournament.
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CUCHULAINN CUP

Good luck to the Year 10 & 11 girls from our school representing the Belfast area in the cuchulainn Cup at the Mid Ulster Sports Arena in Cookstown today. Hopefully we can do it again!
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Thursday 11th April Non uniform day to support UNICEF Protecting Children in Yemen

Target to raise £1000. All pupils and staff asked to donate £2.00

( £1000 would provide nearly 8000 cholera vaccinations)
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NETBALL WIN AGAINST DUNDONALD

Well done to the Minor and Junior netballers who both won their games against Dundonald High School on Tuesday.

The Year 8 netballers continue to attend training in high numbers and will play Sullivan Upper on Friday after school. Good luck girls!
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PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE

We are proud to be the integrated post primary option for the North Down and Greater Belfast areas, educating young people between the ages of 11-18 from all communities and backgrounds.  Together is the word on our college crest.  It expresses our commitment to providing young people from all cultures, traditions and abilities the opportunity to learn together and about each other, in a caring, nurturing environment that upholds respect and excellence for all.

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– PRIORY HOMEWORK PLANNER-

Homework at Priory is set using a digital planner called Show my Homework.  Support your child at home or on the go with our personalised homework planner.

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