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 Celebrates Record Results!

    Pupils, parents, governors and staff of Priory Integrated College, Holywood, were joined by a host special guests, community representatives and Guest Speaker, Ian Jeffers of the Prince’s Trust, for their annual Celebration of Achievement afternoon on Friday. ‘This is a very special event in the......

  • Priory Celebrates Another Year of Outstanding A Level Success!

    Sixth Form students at Priory Integrated College in Holywood were celebrating their success on Thursday when they received their A level results.  There were success stories in a whole range of subject areas including Applied Science, Business, ICT, Health and Social Care, Public Services and......

  • 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......

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As we reflected on the 100 year anniversary of the Armistice this week in assembly, we learned of the story of Aby (Bevestein) Harris. He was one of 250000 ‘Boy Soldiers’ who fought and died in World War 1. We recognised the sacrifice of all of the community in Northern Ireland and hope to learn from the lessons of history. ... See MoreSee Less

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Good luck to the girls attending at the U15 Academy Netball Trials today!! 🏐 ... See MoreSee Less

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Due to a poor weather forecast unfortunately Junior Football training scheduled for after school today has been cancelled. ... See MoreSee Less

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U14 squad back at it today in the league against Bangor Academy (away). Extremely competitive match but the Priory boys held their ground in a 2-1 win. Well done boys.... who’s next? ... See MoreSee Less

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A group of our Sixth Form ICT students visited Allstate offices in Belfast today to hear about career options in the field of ICT and meet with employees. ... See MoreSee Less

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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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