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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  • First steps to success guided by new partnership

    Leading lights of tech business start-ups gave a master class to ambitious students from integrated colleges in Northern Ireland when the IEF Carson Awards Programme teamed up with Ormeau Baths Belfast and Young Enterprise NI (YENI) in a unique partnership. The event was designed to......

  • Ice Maiden Expedition with Sophie Montagne

    Our Year 13 girls had a brilliant day at Ashfield Girls High School learning about the Ice Maiden Expedition from Sophie Montagne, one of the inspiring individuals who took part in this amazing experience. Sophie encouraged us to achieve our goals and don’t let anyone......

  • Tor Bank School Visit

    Tor Bank School visited on Tuesday 16th January 2018 to start the manufacturing process for their products for the Young Enterprise Trade Fair on the 2nd February 2018 in Bloomfield Shopping Centre. Priory welcomed a group of pupils along with their teacher Steven.  They began......

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Good luck to the Year 9 netballers playing in the TAGSA finals today at Bangor Academy! ... See MoreSee Less

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A huge well done to the year 12 Hospitality class who recently completed their practical exam. All students excelled themselves and some very tasty food was produced!! ... See MoreSee Less

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A fun formal tonight for our year 12 students!! Happy Easter holidays! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks to all the parents who attended our Coffee and Cake this afternoon. There was certainly plenty of cake and chat too.
Congratulations to Alison McVicar who won the Coffee Yard gift voucher.
We raised a brilliant £137 for the National Autistic Society NI Adult Centre and hope to increase this sum further with a cookie sale for pupils after Easter.
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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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