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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  • For All Parents / Carers of Year 13 Students at Priory!

    The attached information is about a fantastic travel and learning opportunity available to your son / daughter as a Sixth Form student at Priory.   Please take the time to read and discuss it with your son / daughter.  I will be giving the students......

  • School closed Monday 16th October

    DE have advised that all schools should remain closed tomorrow due to the weather  forecast.  Priory will therefore be closed tomorrow for pupils and staff.  Hopefully, we will be back to normal on Tuesday....

  • Year 8 Residential

    Our year 8 students returned safe and sound from their residential trip.  Fun, friendship and togetherness was the aim.  It’s safe to say they had a great time.  Check out the video!...

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A great hard-fought win for the Priory Year 10 football team today in their second round NI Cup match against St Pius, Magherafelt. They won 3-2, with goals from Favour, Aaron and Curtis. ... See MoreSee Less

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Year 8&9 Girls Football Tournament

Well done to the Year 8&9 girls who represented our school at the North Down and Ards section of the Futsal Schools Cup at Bangor Aurora on Friday 13th October.

A great day was had by all!
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Dear Parents / Carers,

I appreciate how difficult it has been for you over the last two days as a result of school being closed, especially for those of you who had to arrange alternative childcare or take time off work.

The decision to close schools is never taken lightly. It causes serious inconvenience to parents / carers and disrupts the learning and teaching programme for pupils and teachers. The decision to close all schools for 2 days on this occasion was taken by the Department of Education in the interests of pupil and staff safety.

Thankfully, there has been no storm damage to school property, so we will be up and running as normal tomorrow, determined to make up for lost time. Very many thanks to all parents / carers for your patience over the last two days. We look forward to seeing all of the pupils and staff back in school safe and sound in the morning.

Kind Regards,

Jacqueline Magennis (Principal)
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Morning all

School has been checked and everything is fine. It will REOPEN TOMORROW as normal.
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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.