AN ALL ABILITY INTEGRATED COLLEGE

Integrated schools bring together pupils, staff and governors from all religions and none (in the context of Northern Ireland, the bringing together of both Protestant and Catholic traditions is especially relevant to the process of peace and reconciliation). In integrated schools, one religious or cultural group is not valued over another. All are equally valued and celebrated. Integration is also about inclusion of children of all abilities and all socio-economic backgrounds. It is about cultivating the individual’s self-respect and therefore respect for other people and other cultures. Integrated education means bringing children up to live as adults in a diverse society, recognising what they hold in common as well as what separates them, and accepting both.

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This week the Home Economics department have been carrying out activities to recognise Healthy eating week. (10th-14th June). Some classes got to go on a refreshing walk whilst others made some creative healthy meals. Others completed some lovely poster work to encourage others to eat more healthily. ... See MoreSee Less
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As part of integration month junior school LLW classes took part in Bias Busting activities. They watched a series of films exploring bias and anti bias and then wrote a review on the film that had the most impact on them. We entered some of the pupils reviews into a competition run by Into Film and we won 3rd place! Well done to everyone who took part and engaged in the activities and to Dr Browne and Ms O’Hara for facilitating the lessons. Jana, Nadia, Miley, Amelia and Poppy were some of the reviews that helped us win - well done girls. ... See MoreSee Less
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A huge congratulations to our own Dylan Fox (Year 12) on his award. Dylan has been part of the Ulster development Pathway for several years now and continues to do so, representing Malone RFC at club level. A fantastic achievement, Congratulations Dylan ... See MoreSee Less
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Yesterday, year 11 had the best time making sweet and sour chicken. They focused on their sauce making and presentation skills. What an amazing job they all did! Well done year 11! Mrs O’Reilly was so impressed by you all! ... See MoreSee Less
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Education Minister Paul Givan MLA has announced an interim change to the eligibility criteria for families applying for free school meals and uniform grants. The annual net earnings threshold that applies to free school meals and uniform grants applicants who are in receipt of Universal Credit has been raised from £14,000 to £15,000.More: www.education-ni.gov.uk/news/interim-change-eligibility-criteria-free-school-meals-and-uniform-gr... ... See MoreSee Less
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PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE

Priory Integrated College is a wonderful school. It is a privilege to lead this inclusive community and I am very proud of the exceptional achievements of our young people.

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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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