The Priory School in Dorking is a voluntary-aided Church of England school for pupils aged 11-18 years old. We are educating for life in all its fullness.
Here at The Priory School we are dedicated to helping our students progress and thrive. We do this in the Priory Way; with wisdom, hope, dignity and community. These simple words have a wealth of meaning for our expectations of behaviour and learning, and they reflect our academic and social approach as a Church of England school.
Admissions; Year 6 Induction;. Each month our Headteacher Rachel Gibb shares a news update about our school. You’ll find out about the activities we’re currently involved in, the achievements our students are making, and ways to get involved! It’s a fantastic way to keep in touch with everything going on, and a great way to learn about.
The Priory Primary School is a Church of England School and Christian values underpin our decision making and actions. Currently, our admissions criteria means commitment to a Christian Church will support your application, although it is not essential.
Priory School is a mixed 11-16 school located in Southsea with 1250 students on roll. We have a distinctive ethos that combines a prime focus on high achievement with a strong concern for the social development of each individual.
The Priory School is nestled in the heart of the Dorking community, located within an area of outstanding beauty in the Surrey Hills. We occupy a dedicated educational site with buildings set around our central sports ground, and we have a range of on-site facilities including a swimming pool, science and language labs, a school library and so much more.
The Ashcombe's GCSE results are not published yet, but The Priory's were pretty amazing, with about 66% getting Grade A-C, and if you don't include English or Maths, 96% of students got 5 or more Grade A-C GCSEs. The Ashcombe is definitely losing its reputation for being the more successful school academically in Dorking.
The Priory CofE School, Dorking. A state school for boys and girls aged from 11 to 18. Local authority: Surrey.
Surrey County Council is the admission authority for this school. To find up to date information about the school's admission arrangements and details on how to apply, either as part of the normal intake or during the school year, please use this link to the Surrey County Council website. The current published admission number (PAN) for this school is 150.
Admissions. The Priory School is an oversubscribed 11-18 co-educational school which serves its local community. Hertfordshire Local Authority manages the transfer and entry to The Priory School. For details of both regular and in year admissions, please see the information below and follow the links.
Admissions number The maximum number of pupils, which a school is allowed to admit into Form 1 (Year 8) as determined by the Department of Education. Appeal tribunal A tribunal set up by the EA but independent of it, which hears appeals.
Priory Community School’s Academy Trust in accordance with the School's Academy status, is responsible for admissions to the School. Admission Number 3. The Admission Number for Year 7 is 256. This is also the number of places available in all other year groups. Over-subscription criteria 4.
History at The Priory School teaches students about many of the key changes, events and individuals from the past, leading to a greater understanding of the present. History is a subject full of fascinating stories, but which develops the skills of analysis and debate to encourage students to explore many different viewpoints and reach their own judgements, based on the evidence they see.
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The Priory CofE Voluntary Aided School is smaller than the average-sized secondary school with a sixth form. The proportion of pupils from minority ethnic backgrounds is below average, with small numbers of pupils from a very wide range of groups. The majority of pupils are of White British heritage.Through our services at Unsted Park School and Sixth Form, we provide specialist education and care to young people aged 7 to 19 years with high functioning autism, Asperger Syndrome and associated disorders. Set in the tranquil town of Godalming in Surrey, Unsted Park School offers day or weekly residential placements in a safe, healthy and stimulating environment for any child to learn and mo.The Priory Church of England School, which is situated on the outskirts of Dorking, is a thriving, vibrant and oversubscribed 11-19 Church of England school. The school needed to refurbish the main student dining hall. Complete Interiors and the school selected Altro Whiterock White hygienic wall cladding and Altro safety flooring.