Category Archive for: ‘News’

  • Stop School Cuts

    Hitchin Schools Face £1.1 Million in Cuts

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    Headteacher Comments on Praise from Parliament

    On Wednesday 27th June, during Prime Minister’s Questions in the House of Commons, our local Member of Parliament Bim Afolami praised the work I am doing at The Priory School. It is always a pleasure to be recognised for the work that one does. However, …

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    TPS Music Department Performs at Walsworth Festival, Hitchin

    On Sunday 20th May The Priory School Music Department performed at Walsworth Festival and also ran its own cake stall to raise money for the Senior Choir’s tour to Germany in the summer. With help from the TPS Parent Fundraising Team and generous donations of cakes from students we were …

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  • Heather Morris

    International Author Heather Morris Talks to TPS Students

    On Thursday 19th April we were extremely privileged to have international author Heather Morris come to visit and deliver a talk on her new book ‘The Tatooist of Auschwitz’. Year 8 have been studying ‘The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas’ in their English classes, and …

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  • Chilli B Day 8

    Y7 Students Design New Sandwiches for Chilli B’s, Hitchin

    On Thursday 10th May 2018, 50 Year 7 students took part in an ELSA Education workshop delivered by Jane Shipley, CEO. The students were tasked with designing a new sandwich for Hitchin-based eatery Chilli B’s. They were visited by Co-Owner Sharon who explained the origins …

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    Chinese Ambassadors Visit TPS Food & Nutrition Classes

    Year 8 and Year 10 Food and Nutrition students had such a great day on Friday 27th April with the Chinese Ambassadors from Ming-Ai (London) Institute! Students from both classes got to discover how easy it is to make your own balanced Chinese meal and …

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  • Coping With Exams

    A Parent’s Guide: Coping with Exams

    Exams can be a very stressful experience for everyone involved, parents too! Here are some practical tips that could help during the exam season and support your child. Number 1 Help them create a revision timetable. This helps them to cover all their subjects without …

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  • Brain Day

    Year 12 and Year 13 Take Part in Brain Day

    Year 12 and Year 13 took part in a ‘Brain Day’ on Friday 2nd March run by Dr Guy Sutton who is the Director and Founder of Medical Biology Interactive and an Honorary Consultant Assistant Professor at the University of Nottingham Medical School. The day …

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  • Local Author Zoe Folbrigg

    Local Author Zoe Folbigg Visits The Priory School

    On 23rd February we had the pleasure of meeting local author Zoe Folbigg. She published The Note last year and her current book has just gone to publication. Zoe delivered a talk to some Year 7 students on how to be an author and write …

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  • Rotary Youth Speaks Public-Speaking Competition

    On Thursday 8th February, two Intermediate teams (Madelaine Lardeaux 7KA, Felicia Austin 7KA and Emily Carpenter 7KA; and Sam Johnson 8CA, Elliot Mainwaring 8HF and Sky Griffin 8CV) took part in the Intermediate District Semi-Final of the Rotary Youth Speaks Public-Speaking Competition. The Year 7 …

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