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Welcome

19-5-16 Suffolk LA have just published a letter about the consultation including residential provision at Priory. To read the letter please click here to go to the Suffolk website.

 

Welcome to Priory School whether you are a parent, prospective parent or just an interested person, we hope you can use this site to find the information you need. This is our new website and we are still adding some of the content.

Priory School supports diversity and a range of need, with specialist teaching and staff who care about the young people they work with, helping them learn and achieve so they may do their best in the world once they leave.

The school was recently inspected by OFSTED and achieved an “Outstanding” grade for both the school and residential department. This is a testament to the hard work of all of those involved with the school.

Please feel free to contact the school with any concerns or questions – we are here to help. We look forward to working with you.

Click here to see the latest OFSTED report of the School.     

Mr L Chapman

Headteacher

 

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