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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    A new way to record, track and monitor homework at Priory Integrated College

    We are excited to be launching Show My Homework, an online tool to help you keep track of your child’s homework.  Show My Homework will allow you to see the details of the tasks your child has been set. We’ll be launching Show My Homework......

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    New Build Back on Track!

    The Board of Governors are delighted to announce that the proposed new school build for Priory is at last back on track. Governors and the Principal met with senior personnel from the Department of Education and the Education Authority this week to agree the next......

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    Top Technology Award Goes To Priory

    Pupils, staff and governors at Priory Integrated College, Holywood were delighted last week when they learned that the Holywood school is the first post primary school in Northern Ireland to win a Champion School Award for its development of iPad technology to promote learning and......

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A new way to record, track and monitor homework at Priory Integrated College.

We are excited to be launching Show My Homework, an online tool to help you keep track of your child’s homework. Show My Homework will allow you to see the details of the tasks your child has been set.
We’ll be launching Show My Homework on 19th September 2016 and we hope that this service will provide parents with a deeper insight into the homework your child receives. More importantly, we hope that it will improve your child’s organisation, time- management and help them to keep on top of their workload.

You will be provided with login details to your personal account, ready-linked to your child’s homework calendar. These logins will be sent out 3 week‘s after launching but don’t worry you will still be able to view all homework.

To view all homework set without login details please visit the link for Show My Homework will be on our homepage. You will also be able to login by following this link and clicking the top right ‘Login’ button. There is also an app available for your smartphone that will provide you with homework notifications.

If you or your child have any questions about the service, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the team at Show My Homework, who are always happy to help. Just email or call 0207 197 9550.

If you’d like to get in touch with the school or provide feedback, please contact Mr Mansfield.
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Sixth Form students at Priory Integrated College in Holywood were celebrating their success on Thursday when they received their A level results. Over 60% of the year group achieved 3 or more A* - C grades at A level and almost every student in the year group achieved at least 2 A* - C grades.

Overall, the students achieved more A* - A grades than ever before in a whole range of courses including Business Studies, Sport, Health & Social Care, Public Services, Geography and Science. Delighted students celebrated with their teachers, parents and carers, and many are now making plans to begin university courses in September.

"We're delighted," said Principal, Jacqui Magennis. "Once again, the students here in the college have demonstrated what can be achieved with hard work and dedication. Academic study at this level is tough, but our students have been guided and supported along the way by their parents, carers and dedicated staff here in the college."

Amongst those receiving results on Thursday was Rebecca Russell (pictured) who achieved an A and 2 Bs in Business Studies, Geography and Travel & Tourism. Rebecca is moving on to Queen's University in September to study Business Management. Also pictured are: Alex Mercer who achieved 2 Bs and a C in Business, ICT and Travel & Tourism and is embarking on a degree in Hospitality, Tourism and Management at South Eastern Regional College; Olivia Jackson achieved 2 A*s and a B in Applied Science, Public Services and ICT, and is moving on to University of Ulster to study Criminology; Jordan Miller got A*, A and B in Public Services, ICT and Business Studies and is heading off to Queen's to study Criminology & Social Policy and Thomas Irwin achieved A, B in Business Studies and ICT and is going to Belfast Metropolitan College to study Housing, Property & Planning. Nathan Herfield achieved A* and 2 As in Sport, ICT and Business and Sophie Anderson got 2 A*s and a B in Applied Science, Business Studies and Public Services.

Anyone interested in applying for a place in Sixth Form at Priory should visit the college on Thursday 25th August with evidence of the GCSE results. The Admissions Team will be happy to meet with you and discuss the options available.
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Good luck to everyone receiving AS and A level results tomorrow!

QUB and UU Information:-

Ulster University are holding an Advice Day on Friday 19 August across the four university campuses during the following times:

Jordanstown campus (The Mall) – 9am to 4pm
Coleraine campus (Main Foyer/Reception) – 9am to 1pm
Magee campus (Main Building Foyer) – 9am to 1pm
Belfast campus* (Main Foyer) – 9am to 1pm
*(For Art and Design, Architecture and Design, and Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management programmes only).

QUB are holding an Open Session on Monday 22nd August - 2pm start - for applicants who wish to discuss options at Queen's or admission in 2017.

I hope everyone has a good nights sleep and we look forward to seeing you all tomorrow!!
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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.



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.