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Posted on 18 Jan 2019

Year 11 Parents' Evening - Thursday 24th January

The booking system is now live: http://www.parents-booking.co.uk/prioryschool To log on you’ll need to type in your name, email optional, then your child’s legal first name, legal surname and date of birth (note format: DD/MM/YYYY). For more details, please see the letter sent out last week.

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Posted on 15 Jan 2019

Parents' Forum

Wednesday 30th January 2019 6.30pm – 7.30pm, Priory School In the Lecture Theatre All parents and carers are warmly invited to come and share their views, concerns and ideas with each other and the Governors of the school. This meeting will provide an opportunity to : Ask the Headteacher and Governors any question about the school Raise and discuss issues that matter to you with Governors, and other parents and carers Please join us and be part of the discussion about how to develop the home/school partnership and continue to improve the school. Tea and coffee will be provided.  

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Posted on 14 Jan 2019

Priory Swap Shop

Over the next two weeks, students can bring in clothes that they no longer want; these clothes should be clean and in good condition. All clothes donated to the Priory Swap Shop will be on ‘sale’ on Monday 4th February and Thursday 7th February during break and lunch time in the Lecture Theatre. Clothes should be brought to Fire House between 8:00-8:25 from Wednesday 16th January to Friday 1st February. We are raising money for Number Day in support of the NSPCC. Students will be charged £1.50 to enter the Swap Shop. Rather than throwing clothes out, let’s work together to recycle! Any clothes left over from the Priory Swap Shop will be donated to Phil the Bag.  

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Posted on 10 Jan 2019

New Year - New Teaching Career

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Posted on 17 Dec 2018

Have your say on the core offer for East Sussex

The future services on offer to residents of East Sussex are part of a public conversation which is now underway. East Sussex County Council is asking for people’s views on its ‘core offer’, the package of services it thinks are the minimum residents of East Sussex should be entitled to expect, even in difficult financial times. The core offer includes proposed services for schools and for pupils vulnerable to poor outcomes including those with special educational needs, as well as those services for the whole population, including libraries, highways and public health. The core offer is designed to plan how East Sussex responds to reducing funding and growing demand for services. It includes the council’s commitment to provide value for money services in the areas where it can continue to operate and to work with partners and communities to find alternative ways of meeting some of the county’s needs. If you’d like to see full details of the core offer and give your response to its proposals you can do that online. The survey will run until 26th December.  

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