Be Inspired. Be Here.
Be Inspired. Be Here.
Be Inspired. Be Here.

Headteacher's Welcome

Welcome!

Priory School, Lewes is an 11-16 mixed comprehensive school. We are proud of the highly successful rounded education we provide. At Priory we have a long-standing history of academic excellence within a culture of strong pastoral care. Priory is a school where students are expected to work hard and as a result make excellent progress. We believe in balancing the pursuit of academic excellence with the wellbeing of our community. Our broad curricu...
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Posted on 22 May 2020

Shakespeare Schools Festival Auditions

Please see the flyer here!

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Posted on 13 May 2020

Presentations to Primary Schools

Our Deputy Headteacher, Mr Ashworth, has produced 4 videos taking potential parents and students through the presentation he normally gives to their primary schools. You can access them below : Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Map and Timetable You can also download the presentation here. You can download a sample Year 7 timetable here. More information can be found on our Primary Transition and Admissions pages.

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Posted on 12 May 2020

How to Report Phishing Emails

In the light of many recent COVID-related scams and disinformation, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) now has a very useful reporting service -you can access it here.

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Posted on 25 Mar 2020

East Sussex Health Services Information

ChatHealth poster download School health service letter

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Posted on 13 Mar 2020

EduLink Homework Guide

Now available for download here.

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Posted on 4 Mar 2020

A Fruitful Forest School Venture

Today, we were visited by Martin Crawford, who has spent over 20 years in organic agriculture and horticulture and is director of The Agroforestry Research Trust, He has written a number of books and has created a number of Fruiting Forests. Martin and John Parry came to help us form our ideas for this year’s John Muir project. We are building a Fruiting Forest Garden on an unloved area near to the music block and tennis courts. We are hoping to plant a range of trees and shrubs that will produce edible fruits and nuts. Some things will take quite some time to establish and fruit, but others will be ready to try this summer. John is very kindly donating some plants to our garden and Martin helped us to work out where they would flourish. We’ve had to do a lot of planning already, we’ve measured the space, clearly mapped out existing trees and land features and we had to test the soil to check the acidity, so we can find suitable plants. It was great to meet Martin and we learnt a lot from him about how to make a success of the things we would like to plant. We asked him for advice on attracting pollinators and he helped to advise us on problems we would have to overcome. Unbelievably, watering was something he thought would be a challenge, because it might just stop raining at some point this year. J We now feel like we understand what we need to do, it is going to be hard work, but we are excited about the legacy we will leave for everyone in the school. By Cody, Luke, Ashley and Brandon

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Posted on 4 Mar 2020

Student Leader visit to the Palace of Westminster

Our Student Leaders recently visited the Palace of Westminster - read their Words of Wisdom here!

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Posted on 3 Mar 2020

Gardens of Empire - POSTPONED

THIS TALK HAS BEEN POSTPONED. Kew and the Colonies - an illustrated talk by author and broadcaster Professor Jim Endersby at 7pm on Friday 27th March. Download the flyer here.

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