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Priory Press, Issue 63, April 2022

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On the 30th March the Music Department held their annual Spring Concert. It was an amazing success featuring performances from soloists, ensembles and duets. We had an audience of over 100 people and we raised over £400.The Priory Press4

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DofE Students visit Buckingham PalaceThree lucky Priory students (Scarlett, Marcus and Zac) were invited to The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace on the 10th February 2022. The event was a drinks reception to thank McLaren for their support over the last year to the Duke of Edinburgh's Award. The reception was amazing, in a room with such famous works of art and in the presence of HRH, the Countess of Wessex. Scarlett made an incredible speech. A wonderful evening with memories everyone will treasure.The Priory Press6

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Excerpts from Scarlett’s speech‘So what made me decide to join the DofE? Truthfully, it was my Dad, he said it would look good on my CV. This is not a good reason for getting involved, although I am really pleased I took his advice. During the pandemic, my usual volunteering activity, working at St Catherine’s Hospice, was not possible. Despite this, I soon realised there was plenty I could do from home. Armed with my litter picker; gloves, a high vis jacket and my Dad’s old wheelbarrow, I set about tidying up the village. Everything looked great in the Spring sunshine and despite what was going on in the World, I felt good about myself; pleased with my achievement and happy with how the village was looking.’‘Learning a new skill or volunteering in your local community is undoubtedly rewarding. However, like most students I really look forward to the expeditions. Working together, as part of a team, in essence, what DofE is really about.’‘Last summer, courtesy of the DofE, I was lucky enough to visit the McLaren Technology Centre. It really is like something out of a James Bond film. The facility is amazing.’Here is what Marcus said about the event:‘Earlier this month, a reception was held at the Queens Gallery in London. Here, I had the fantastic opportunity to meet not only the top management of McLaren, but also their international sponsors and suppliers. During this event, I met HRH, the Countess of Wessex. This reception was a once in a lifetime experience for me, and I am extremely grateful for being given this chance.’ 7The Priory Press

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Josh, Year 11, battles to victory with worthy opponent, Casper, Year 7.Josh was our victorious winner of the 2022 Priory Chess Tournament. Casper, Year 7 came second. Well done to everybody who took part. Josh’s name is now engraved on the Chess Trophy for posterity. There were 34 matches played between all year groups. Chess is a popular past time of The Priory students at lunch time in the LRC.Mrs HallThe Priory Press8Priory Chess King

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Library Assistants visitDorking MuseumThe library Assistants visited Dorking Museum after school on 22nd February. The purpose of our visit was to look at local history in context to the books we study at school.Jane Austen's Emma, Charles Dickens The Pickwick Papers and Dorking Workhouse.There are also links to E.M Forster and Hiawatha too - who knew?Our imaginations were ignited and now we are working with the museum curators in creating a leaflet explaining our local literary links. We will keep you posted on how this project pans out.Dorking Museum is a great place to explore with lots of hands on exhibits for all age groups. Here is the link to their website. Admission is free. Hall9The Priory Press

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Year 9 Students get a glimpse into their future!Year 9 Visit to Post 16 Colleges March 2022Our Year 9 students are right in the middle of making their GCSE choices for when they enter Year 10 next academic year. There is much for them to consider at this time and to help them make good choices we took them all to visit our two Post16 partner colleges on Friday 18th March. Reigate College and East Surrey College kindly arranged for us to have tours of their sites and presentations on the courses they offer. They also spoke to our students about the need for hard work, dedication and progress throughout Key Stage 4 and how this can impact on their future choices. At ESC the students had a presentation on apprenticeships, (something that many of them had not explored before), got to see their impressive motor-vehicle, construction, plumbing, science, art and fashion facilities and had the opportunity to look at the vocational pathways the college offers. At Reigate we were again treated to a tour of the campus, had a presentation on courses and applications from the vice-principal and explored how our likes and dislikes can impact on our motivation and progress.Both colleges were very complimentary of the behaviour of our students and many students asked important questions about how they can maximise their opportunities in the future.In June we will welcome representatives from the colleges to talk to our Year 10 students before they too get a chance to visit the colleges for taster sessions in subjects they are interested in applying for. As ever we are truly thankful to our partner colleges for investing their time in our students' future and living out our values of Community, Wisdom and Hope. Mr HarrisonThe Priory Press10

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Interview experience enjoyed by Year 11 studentsOn Friday 4th March we were very pleased to welcome 25 external visitors to the school, all of whom have given up their time to give each student in Year 11 an interview experience. The interviews took place in the school hall and each appointment lasted approximately 25 minutes. Jess, a student in Year 11 said: "Although I was nervous to start with, once I had sat down, the interviewer put me at ease. She asked me a wide range of questions and at the end of the interview she said that if she had a job available she would have given it to me!"Comments from interviewers were similarly positive: "A pleasure to interview" was a frequent comment seen on the feedback forms. Another guest wrote "lovely to see such a polite young man. He realises that his shyness holds him back a bit from socialising but he clearly has focus, drive and intelligence, social awareness, etc. and will go far. We would like to thank all of the amazing volunteers who gave up their time to make this experience possible, also to Mrs Hackney, Mrs Hall, Miss Higlett and Mrs Jones for their help.Mr Harrington11The Priory Press

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This terms trip to the West End saw us take over 60 students to see the performance of Disney’s The Lion King. The performance was a special “Captioned performance” which meant some of our hearing impaired students were able to enjoy the show too. The trip was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Our next show booked for the Summer Term is to see Wicked in July.Students have a great time in the West EndThe Priory Press12

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February half term ended with the strong gusty winds of storm Eunice. We lost one whole tree to the front of the school and many trees lost branches. Thankfully, our site team was on hand to call emergency tree surgeons. The school was made safe ready for the return of staff and students on the Monday. The school had previously applied for 10 saplings from Surrey County Council. As luck would have it, these trees had arrived the Thursday before Eunice and had been stored for planting after half term. Three of these new trees have now been planted by the main entrance on the green just outside the school gates. Two have been planted to the side of the main school building by the car park and the others have been planted to the perimeter fence where we had gaps.Mrs B GodwinTrees and Pond updatePOND UpdateWe are pleased to tell you that the two Ghost Carp that were donated to the school last year have had three offspring. The young ones are happily swimming with the gold fish and hiding amongst the rocks and plants. We also have some frog spawn, although we have not seen any frogs!13The Priory Press

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After a three year Covid enforced absence, Priory6 are once again (and for the nal time) making a dierence in the local and national community.Over the past few months, our Priory6 students have been busy planning and preparing for their annual charity week. Due to Covid this was the first Raising and Giving (RAG) week we were able to run for 3 years. Our sixth form head students and committee chose the following two charities for this year:  Young Minds - the nationally renowned charity that helps to provide young people with mental health support.  Epsom Canine Rescue - a local charity focused on the rehabilitation and rehoming of dogs.Mindful of the ongoing Covid situation, we filmed activities in advance of RAG week rather than gather students in the hall. In tutor times, students got to enjoy recreations of TV favourites such as University Challenge, Bake-Off, Taskmaster and Would I Lie to You - obviously starring a range of teachers! In addition, students were able to enjoy the staff vs sixth form football match on Thursday lunchtime where the teachers triumphed with an emphatic 5 nil victory! Students could also buy from our tuck shop at break times throughout the week.The sixth form (and staff) spent many hours planning, filming and editing the videos and we really appreciated any donations that families could afford. Scroll to the next page to watch the videos.Our final total is a whopping £1275.60 which has been split between the two charities.Thank you for any donations you were able to make.Mr P Harrison and the Priory6 CommitteePriory6 raise vital funds for local and national charitiesThe Priory Press14

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Priory Science Week!14th-18th March was British Science week and we had a series of exciting events in school to celebrate!The week of the 14th - 18th March was British Science Week with the Theme of ‘Growth’. It was also the first Mars Week and we marked both at The Priory with various events and activities.Mars Day/ WeekAll of year 7 to 9 found out about the ‘Red Planet’ in lessons looking at the recent missions to Mars, looking at the reasons for our interest in visiting it and the technology involved as well as the wide range of jobs involved in the Space industry. This was followed up with a ‘Growth’ to find out what challenges there are in growing things on Mars when people eventually land on the planet in the future.Year 7 Spaghetti Tower ChallengeThe year 7 classes competed in a house challenge to build the biggest tower just made from spaghetti and marshmallows. Each group got 25 pieces of spaghetti and 8 marshmallows. We also had 2 visiting STEM ambassadors to help judge and give advice. The tallest Tower was 93cm from a Coventry team in 7A1 followed by a tower of 77cm from a Guildfordteam in 7A3 and in third place was Westminster from 7B1 with a tower of 74cm! Well done to all the groups who took part, there were some excellent designs and some amazing teamwork!Miss SmithThe Priory Press16

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Growth Poster CompetitionThis year’s Science Week poster competition was on the subject of ‘Growth’ and KS3 students embraced this with topics as varied as ‘How do plants grow?’, ‘The life cycle of stars’ to the ‘Evolution of sewers’. With an impressive amount of entries we enlisted the help of our Stem Ambassadors to choose the posters that would be scanned and sent in to the National competition. The top 6 poster chosen were:‘Growth in Space’ by Kitty Palmer Y9 ‘Plants’ by Maddy May Y9‘Evolution’ by Gerta Pirani Y917The Priory Press

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We also chose a best poster from each year group  Year 7 ‘Growth in Waste’ by Michael Dootson  Year 8 ‘Evolution of the Sewers’ by Douglas Bates  Year 9 ‘Growth of the Earth’ by Jessica ButtleWell done to everyone who participated in the competition, we had some amazing entries!‘Growth of the Earth’ by Jessica Buttle Y9‘The Growth of Space Exploration’ by Brooke Millet Y9‘Growth in Waste’ by Michael Dootson Y7The Priory Press18

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KS4 - STEM Careers, Guess my JobKS4 took part in Science week by looking at the different STEM careers that they could move into. At the end of each lesson they watched a video of a different STEM job being described and had to guess the job! Some are harder than you think!How many can you guess? - Virtual STEM EventIn computing classes students were given the chance to go to a virtual science week event which included a virtual careers fair and also a special Mars Week event.Tutor Time Quiz Science Week 2022 QuizIn tutor time students across the school engaged in activities about science week including our Science Week Quiz which was a house competition across the school. The results are still coming in but at the moment we have the following results:Year 71st Place-Coventry2nd Place- Westminster3rd Place- Canterbury4th Place-GuildfordYear 91st Place- Guildford2nd Place- Coventry3rd Place- Westminster4th Place- CanterburyYear 101st Place- Guildford2nd Place- Canterbury3rd Place- Westminster4th Place- CoventryYear 111st Place- Canterbury2nd Place- Westminster3rd Place- Guildford4th Place- Coventry19The Priory Press

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Seventy mathematicians from Years 9, 10 and 11 sat the Intermediate Maths Challenge in February. The Intermediate Mathematical Challenge is a 60-minute, multiple-choice Challenge. It encourages mathematical reasoning, precision of thought, and fluency in using basic mathematical techniques to solve interesting problems. The problems on the Intermediate Mathematical Challenge are designed to make students think. Most are accessible, yet still challenge those with more experience.Well done to all the following pupils who achieved awards.Intermediate Maths ChallengeThe Maths Department would like to thank all the pupils who took part, it is the taking part that counts!The Junior Maths Challenge (Years 7 and 8) has also recently been taken and results will be issued to pupils who have sat the challenge as soon as we know them.Please go to page 43 to see some of the Intermediate Maths Challenge questions. Mrs Thomas and the Maths DepartmentName Year AwardRohan Bond 11 Gold Lewis Conway 11 Gold Best in schoolDylan Wright 10 Gold Best in yearBen Abbott 11 Silver Daniel Boon 9 Silver Best in yearMiriam Dodica 11 Silver Charlie Elphick 11 Silver Elise Hollis 11 Silver Ben Long 10 Silver Oliver Wentworth 11 Silver Sebastian Whitehead 10 Silver Josh Anderssen 11 Bronze Harry Brett 10 Bronze Erica Fanlo Doane 10 Bronze Oliver Franks 10 Bronze Brad Friday 11 Bronze Benjamin Harrington 9 Bronze Ella King 10 Bronze Owen Medhurst 11 Bronze Joseph Perkin 9 Bronze Finlay Reed 10 Bronze Megan Russell 10 Bronze Elizabeth Sparks 9 Bronze Ethan Walsh - Edwards 10 Bronze Scarlet West 10 Bronze The Priory Press20

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Year 9 students review latest literary sensationsYear 9 students review latest literary sensationsCarnegie Shadower's follow the judging process of the Yoto Carnegie Medal (Book Award) for outstanding young people's literature. The Shadowing Group will challenge themselves to read the 8 shortlisted books and then debate and discuss the merits of each book. The Shadowing Group will then vote on the book they believe to be the best and compare it with the decision of the Carnegie judging panel who are made up of publishers, librarians and authors. Mrs HallThe Priory Press22

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If you have any good condition dresses, suits, shirts, ties, bags, shoes etcthat could be reused or upcycled, please drop them into the school. Wewill be collecting from the school on Tuesday, 3rd May. We will then present them and offer them to local students for adonation (or free if they need it). We work on a Take what you need,Give what you can basis but really want to help those who choose notto attend these events as they cost too much. We are currently open on Thursdays at The Point, Lyons Court, DorkingRH4 1BW from 11am-2pm but will be moving to The Christian Centreand will be opening Fridays from 10.30am-1.30pm and for a trial periodalso opening from 4.00-5.30pm on Fridays as this is more useful forstudents. We also aim to open one Saturday per month. Please come along and see us and we would be very grateful for anyprom wear you can donate.Do you have any items todonate for the PROM?We are "The Community Wardrobe", a local outfit that aimsto reduce the amount of clothing going into landfill. Wetake donations of good condition, clean adult clothes andpass this on to the community for a donation (or free ifthey need it). We are currently looking for prom wear.Any queries, please contact us on Priory Press

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The year 11 football team played two matches in March against Ashcombe and Hinchley Wood. Both were used for GCSE PEmoderation.The first game against Ashcombe, the Priory started really well. Having watched the footage of the game, had we capitalised on early chances we should have led 3-0 in the first 10 minutes. Unfortunately, we were a little rusty in front of goal and did not take these chances to take the lead. Ashcombe weathered the storm and then produced some great chances of their own before they finally broke the dead-lock with their first real chance on goal after10 minutes via an out-swinging corner from the right hand side which was met with a strong header from the Ashcombe number 10. The rest of the half proved to be a very tight contest with Ashcombe looking dangerous on the counter attack. Both goalkeepers however, were not tested. Half Time Priory 0 – 1 Ashcombe. Ashcombe started the 2nd half the sharper team with an early threat in the half to the Priory goal which was chalked off due to a foul committed by the Ashcombe striker in thebuild up play to the goal. Priory were next to strike with a goal scored by Owen Medhurst, which again was unfortunately for the home side disallowed due to the ball being kicked out of the hands of the goalkeeper leading up to the final strike. It appeared whilst The Priory felt aggrieved by the decision (which was later confirmed to be correct by the video footage) Ashcombe took full advantage and doubled their lead within 90 seconds of the goal being disallowed. Another goalfollowed from Ashcombe two minutes after their second extending their lead to 3. This goal came from another cross across the box which was met first by an Ashcombe striker on the back post.Priory were fighting hard for the next 12 minutes and the ball was being passed and pressed by both teams. It was an unfortunate error by Priory which led a strike from the edge of the box from Ashcombe to sneak into the goal extending their lead further to 4-0. From the kick-off Priory were sloppy with their passing and Ashcombe were deadly with their counter attack scoring another goalon the break making the final score 5-0. Despite the result, the game was a lot closer than it suggests with the main difference between the two teams being their clinical finishing and taking chanceswhen they came. Well done to Ashcombe on their 5-0 victory. Player of the Match – T J Moore.The next game for the Year 11 football team was another home fixture against Hinchley Wood. This was a very eventful game that involved 3 penalties, a red card and 3 goals. This was a hotlycontested game that was battled well between both teams. With mass substitutions from both teams made for an unsettle game that was very closely edged by Hinchley Wood. Hinchley took the lead with a penalty awarded due to a foul on the edge of the box by a Priory defender. The score was levelled through some quick footwork from Noah Jolly who was fouled within the penalty area.Noah then converted his own penalty to level the score. Half time both sides were tied. The second half was similar to the first. Competitive battles across the entire pitch; and another penalty awarded to Hinchley Wood proved to be the difference between the sides. Final Score Priory 1 – 2Hinchley Wood. Player of the Match – Noah Jolly.SportsThe Priory Press24

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Next up in the football calendar was Year 8 and Year 10 in a double date against Ashcombe.Year 10 had a very competitive game against Ashcombe with excellent progress made throughout the game. Ewan Harris, Zakar Molefi and Liam Burchell played for the first time for the year above proving to be an asset to the Year 10 football team. Ashcombe started the stronger side and took the lead before Priory replied with a penalty won due to an unfortunate handball by the Ashcombe defence which was converted by Fin Wooding. As the game went on Ashcombe were the better side and led at half time 4-2. In the second half a much-improved Priory team came out to play. The Priory started to work as a team and support each other in their play. A much better performance and even some chances to level the score. Just like the year 11’s, the difference between the two teams in the second half was the clinical finishing of Ashcombe with the final score finishing Priory 2 – 6 Ashcombe. Player of the match – Reuben Pilbeam, an excellent 2nd half performance in goal.Mr McEvoyThe year 10 rugby team had two games in March to cap of a very successful campaign. The Priorylooked to build on the close encounter with Cobham Free School back in December with two wins of their own. Unfortunately, we did not get the two wins we were looking for.The first game against St Andrews was an excellent contest that had Priory winning for the majority of the match. Going in to the final 5 minutes Priory were winning 19-17 after dominating the scrum and rucks. However, Rugby is a sport where only the slightest lack of focus can cost a team greatly.This was the case in this match. With limited numbers and no substitutes to refresh the team. Going in to the last 5 minutes Priory were fatigued and this proved pivotal as St Andrews were fitter and stronger towards the end of the match running in two quick tries in the dyeing minutes of the game to win 31-19. Despite the loss it was a solid base to build going in to the final match of the season against Boxhill. Player of the Match – Tom HarperThe second match proved to be a different test for Priory where resilience and focus were tested. Priory were the stronger team dominating the collisions. Quick tries at the start of the match took Priory into a dominating lead at half time winning 24-0. This was a true David vs Goliath match and Boxhill came out in the second half with purpose not to be walked over. Their speed and slick passing got them back into the game with three quick tries. Priory managed to re-focus and put some strong phases of play together running in a further two tries winning the game 36-19. Player of the Match – Ronnie Barker. Inter-House BadmintonLast half term we held the Priory Badminton Singles competitions. Well done to Jack Street and Ewan Harris who won the KS4 and KS3 tournaments respectively.Next up is Inter house table tennis. Please sign up by emailing Mr McEvoy.25The Priory Press

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PE Extra Curricular TimetablePriory students 'bowled over' with success!Year 7 students celebrate their sporting success.We are really pleased to be able to report that Aston and Edward (both in 7B1) returned home from Awards Night at Donyngs Bowls Centre, Redhill earlier this week with trophies for their achievements in the sport of bowls - Aston for his performance in the generations match and Edward in the singles. Aston has been playing for a year and Edward since 2019, and both have made a lot of progress in that time, playing the outdoor version at Newdigate Bowls Club and the indoor game at Redhill. Edward has also been selected for the Surrey Under-25's squad; a fabulous achievement. Both students have really discovered that the sport of bowls is quite different to what a lot of people might think; it is fun, as competitive as you want it to be and has a great social scene. If anyone is interested in finding out a bit more about what it is like, have a chat with Edward or Aston. It might surprise you! Mr LambertDay Lunchtime Clubs After school ClubsMonday Rounders (all years)TuesdayYear 9 & 10 RoundersAthleticsBTEC/GCSE Catch Up (G14)WednesdayYear 7 & 8 RoundersYear 9 & 10 Cricket (Softball)Hardball Cricket (all years)Thursday Year 7 & 8 Cricket (Softball) Table Tennis (all years)For all clubs you must wear trainers. Gym & Dance clubs will start after the October half term. Mrs Harrison will release information about these closer to October.The Priory Press26

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Running the London Landmarks Half MarathonMr Lambert has completed his Half Marathon to raise £1700 for the Royal Marsden Cancer Hospital.A few weeks ago, on 3rd April, I ran the London Landmarks Half Marathon to raise money for the Royal Marsden Cancer Hospital. I only started running a year ago during the last lockdown, and have really begun to enjoy it after a tough start. Cancer is a disease that touches many of our lives and I really wanted to give something back to them for the amazing help and treatments they give to so many people. When I told the staff and students here at the Priory about what I was planning to do, I was so overwhelmed with the support that they gave me. They have been incredibly generous with sponsorship and so far I have managed to raise over £1700 for this wonderful hospital - I know they will put it to very good use. Thank you Priory - your support and kindness has been so much appreicated.27The Priory Press

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Priory's Award Celebration Evening ReturnsWill you receive an award in July?On Monday 18 th July, The Priory School award evening returns. It has not been possible to do this during Covid but we will be gathering face to face to celebrate students’ achievement, perseverance and contribution to our values. Subject staff are nominating one student from each of years 7, 8, 9 and 10 to receive their subject award and there will be awards recognizing our values. Our Year 10 Hospitality and Catering Students will also be creating some food for us all to enjoy at the start of the evening. We would like to thank The Friends of the Priory for their kind funding of the evening. We are delighted to have a new award – the Community Champion Cup which will be presented in memory of a former Priory School teacher, Frank Vilkauskas, or Mr V as he was fondly known, was a big man with a big heart. His contribution to this community summed up the values of the school today: Hope, Dignity, Wisdom and most appropriately Community.Born in Dorking in 1952 Frank himself was a student at The Priory. Gifted at sports he decided to train at King Alfred’s College in Winchester and returned as a PE teacher in 1975. Showing his enthusiasm in all sports Frank quickly became Head of PE. He always played a significant part in wider community activities of the school whether it was running teams, taking educational trips abroad, or famously over-acting in school pantomimes. He retired in 2012 when he was Acting Deputy Head. Not only did Frank commit to his community through school, he was also a Dorking magistrate from 1985 until 2017. Again, his sensitivity towards people who maybe hadn’t had the easiest of times was often displayed in his dealings with young offenders.It is for this reason that former colleagues and students have joined together to raise funds for a cup dedicated in his name: The Frank Vilkauskas Community Champion Cup. This will be awarded annually to a student who is seen to have contributed something above and beyond to the school, and possibly even the wider community of the town.The Priory Press28

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Go onto the Show My Homework Satchel 1 app and click on Attendance in the Home Screen. Remember we are always aiming for 100% attendance and punctuality, but 96% or above is good. Anything below this and your work, attainment and progress starts suffering. Anything below 90% then you are persistently absent and your grades will really suffer. Please let us know if we can do anything to help raise attendance. Also please check that you have no unauthorised absences. If you do please contact student services. 29The Priory Press

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Year 7 Year 8 Year 9 Year 10 Year 11 Abel-Pettman, Summer Abbott, Finley Abid, Reem Angus, Alex Abbott, Ben Adams, Lydia Alexander, Daisy Amy, Lilly Bailey, Maxwell Anderssen, Joshua Alexander, Fred Arjones, Seb Bennett, Eliza Baker, Bella Badderly-Watts, Lola Back, Leo Barrett, Madison Bibby, Georgina Banton, Mathilda Bailey, Rowan Barnes, Nicole Bates, Alfie Bibby, Sophie Barrett, Ruby Bambridge, Esther Barton, Grace Bates, Douglas Blair, Daniel Beckett, Thomas Beckett, Jessica Blazevicius, Jokubas Bates, Max Boon, Daniel Brown, Emily Bernal, Emmy Boshoff, Matthew Birch, Luke Buttle, Emily Campbell-Burchett, Eliot Bernal, Phoebe Boundy, Brooke Brennand, Callum Buttle, Jessica Christmas-Baxell, Keeley Blythe, Edie Bullen, Evie-Rose Brennand, Kieran Dowling, Annabel Clarke, Benji Bond, Rohan Butcher, Charley Cata, Florin Farthing, Maria Coram, Isaac Brown, Ryan Campbell, Libby Chillingworth, Eliza Fletcher, Samantha Cornwell, Evan Callicott, Poppy Cassidy, Poppy Clements, Sarah Glover, Shay De Vlieg, Zach Cobb, Cameron Cracknell, Isabelle Cullinan, Nathan Goodman, Susie Dixon, Jemima Coles, Emma Djedovic, Maelena Deacon, Connor Harrington, Benjamin Edgington, Emily Collins, Joseph Franklin, Maddie Deloford, Max Harris, Ewan Eglinton, Joeb Conway, Lewis Gregg, Kai Dudley, Billy Hart, James Fitzgerald, Brennan Cooper, Mia Grimley, Harry Eatwell, Olivia Kempshall, Noah Franks, Josh Cornelius, Ruben Hafez, Harvey Flashman, Beth Luck, Alex Green, Philippa Crocker, William Hart, George Gargar, Mary Manton, Frankie Gregg, Kayla Cullinan, Ellie Hartshorn, Luca Green, Sam Maull, Blake Guenigault, Joss Dixon, Daisy Hayrettin, Tuniz Harris, Aaron May, Maddy Harford, Lucy Edgington, Henry Hearn, Logan Head, Daniel Molefi, Zakar Hearn, Louisiana Flashman, Hannah Hubbard, Dillon Johnson, Bailey Nicholls, Ronnie Hill, Marcus Flashman, Ryan Hutchings, Georgia Kempster, Holly Palmer, Kitty Hinton, Amy Foster, Phoebe Ireland, Seb London, Peter Perrin, Joseph Hitchcock, Annabelle Friday, Brad James, Betsy Matcham, Oliver Petervari, Mia Hoather, Lily-Kay Gibbs, Grace James-Rae, Callen Matthews, Izzy Pirani Manco, Gerta Hodgson, Charlie Glover, Scarlett Jarman, Esme May, Lexie Powell, Jack Johnson, George Griffin, Bryn Kuriakose, Rijil McGinnis-Ralph, Mia Simas, Elliott Kelting, Alex Hagan, Michael Lock, Jacob Merton, Alex Sparks, Elizabeth King, Ella Harding, Faith Lowe, Kara Muckle, Phoebe Thoukydides, Christos Knight, Charlie Harrington, Jessica Mahboobani, Joe Naing, Samuel Torrie, Katie Kuras, Harvey Harris, Joshua Matthews, Max Pople, Reece Venn, Abbie Long, Benjamin Hollis, Elise Matthews, Thomas Ransome, Millie Vinothan, Hemrosh Macleod, Joey Hope, Honey Miller, Noah Reed, Lewis Waller, Jake Maxwell, Harvey James, Tyger The Priory Press30

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Year 7 Year 8 Year 9 Year 10 Year 11Mumford, Jacob Reynolds, Connor Wheeler, Skye Miller, Joseph Jamieson, Reid Olivier, Immy Southworth-Turner, Esme Winstone, Lucas Newberry, Max Jones, Kayleigh Overington, Connie Staples, Preston Worsfold, Rhys Newman, Daniel Jordan, Amelia Palmer, Charlotte Steele, Emily Newman, Vaughan Kalynuk, Alicia Pegg, Macey Stevens, Tom Perry, Felix Lewis, Anna Penson, Isla Stewart-Smith, Mia Peskett, Maria Livey, Daisy Prakash, Fellix Stratford, Roxie Rawlinson, Toby Manton, Billy Roberts, Beth Stubbs, Melissa Reed, Finlay Matcham, Ashleigh Rogers, Jess Taylor, Jemimah Rhodes, Amelia Medhurst, Owen Scanlon, Elena Watkins, Bethan Roberts, Emma Meek, Rosie-Lena Scott, Edward Winstone, Sam Robertshaw, Leona Milner, Jack Swanepoel, Henco Wyatt, Andrew Rogers, Amy Monaghan, Amy Taylor, Alice Russell, Megan Moore, Tommy-Jay Tierney, Summer Sharpe, Jamie Nevins, Mary Turner, Adam Spencer, Ben Overington, Luke Ward, Evie Stephens, Samuel Palmer, Molly Welch, Skye Stevens, Ben Parker, Macy Wheeler, Jasper Stratford, Rocco Pohlman, Anna Whitehead, Fleur Taylor, Lucy Powell, Daniel Winter, Reuben Thomas-Free, Jess Pusey, Laura Woods, Harry Turner, Evie Rennles, Mary Tutton, Brandon Riley, Joshua Tyrrell, Maisie Roberts, Ruby Walsh-Edwards, Ethan Robert-Shaw, Alexander Walsh-Edwards, Evie Robinson, Poppy Ward, Taylor Sexton, Daniel Weller, Oliver Simons, James West, Scarlet Skinner, Eloise Whitehead, Finlay Speirs, Megan Whitehead, Sebastian Street, Jack Williams, Grace Tillett, Stanley Wise, Josh Tracy, Zachary Young, Holly Watkins, Samuel Wentworth, Oliver Wysokinska, Alicja Young, Emily 31The Priory Press

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Stars of the WeekStars of the TermJacob Mumford 7A1 Getting on with tasks dilligentlyLeo Back 7A2Dillon Hubbard 7A3 ResilienceJess Rogers 7B1 Working well in all lessonsKai Gregg 7B2 Really positive increase in housepointsNeveah Smith 7A1 Positive attitudeJasper Wheeler 7A3 Helping with the video for the tutor group assembly Summer Able Pettman 7B1 Lots of housepointsIsla Penson 7B2 Polite, kind and helpfulHarry Woods 7A1 Making the right choicesArchie Pirt 7A3 Very enthuasticAston Barker 7B1 Positive attitudeLuca Hartshorn 7B2 A really positive week Charlotte Palmer 7A1 Being a model studentBrooke Boundy 7A2Skye Welch 7A3 Lots of housepoints and quiety getting on with work in all lessons Harry Wisbey 7B1 Superb effort in lessonsMatthew Boshoff 7B2 Community involvement - starred in a local play. Sam Kalynuk 7A1 Alawys being positiveBrooke Young 7B1 Great effort with housepointsMaelena Djedovic 7B2 Got onto the leaderboard for housepointsAston Tabb 7A1 Making a great start to the PrioryCharley Butcher 7A3 Setting into the tutor group well Ben Drulia 7B1 Getting plenty of housepoints, no demerits - well done.Kai Gregg 7B2 Got onto the leaderboard for housepointsCharlotte Palmer 7A1 For being a model studentCasper Matisauskas 7A2 Works hard, achieving high standards, polite, lots of effort with GreenPowerHenco Swanepoel 7A3 Housepoints and good attitude regarding school Harry Wisbey 7B1 Highest standard of behaviour and always happy to helpElena Scanlon 7B2 Excellent attitude to learningBetsy James HoY Excellent attitude to learningNoah Miller HoY Fabulous resilienceThe Priory Press32

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Stars of the WeekStars of the TermMAx Delaford 8A1 Good learning behavioursMorgan Underwood 8A2 ResilienceAiyana Wakefield 8B1 Adaptive to her learningConnor McCollagh 8B2 OrganisationAlfie Bates 8A1 Positive returnAlex Merton 8A2 Attitude to learningDanny Minarcik 8B1 Unsung heroPreston staples 8B2 ResilienceLeanna Lopes 8A1 Excellent cover workIzzy Matthews 8A2 Consistently excellent behaviourRuby Golliker 8B1 Excellent perseveranceDouglas Bates 8B2 ConsistencyKieran Brennard 8A1 For getting the most house points every week.Daniel Head 8A2Bailey Johnson 8B1Leo Oldfield 8B2 ResilienceBilly Dudley 8A1 For working well in all subjectsJess Pepe 8A2 Stepping up to challengesParis Thornback 8B1 CommunityLexie May 8B2 Excellent performance in hockey lessonAlfie Bates 8A1 Working well in English and improving behaviour in DTBethan Watkins 8A2 Phenomenal effortEwan McLoed 8B1 Improved in tutor timeDouglas Bates 8B2 Amazing all rounderOlivia Howard 8A1 AttendanceIzzy Matthews 8A2 Outstanding achievement outside of schoolMia McGinnis-Ralph 8B1 Improved attitude and resilienceNarin Elmas 8B2 Excellent attitudeDouglas Bates 8B2 Excellent attitude to learning and being a lovely studentMia Stewart-Smith 8B1 Excellenty all rounder33The Priory Press

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Skye Wheeler 9A1 Helping out without being asked and showing effort with her examsLilya Hultquist 9A2 Consistently well behaved and works hardDaniel Boon 9B1 Consistently good attitude, and zero demeritsMillie Sherwood 9B2 A positive approach and many house points last weekBen Harrington 9A1 Always having an excellent attitude to learning and working hardKatie Torrie 9A2 I have had 'another' teacher telling me how wonderful you are!Robyne Leadbetter 9B1 Improvement in House points and attitude to examsConnor Smith 9B2 Always willing to contribute during tutor timeLucas Winstone 9A1 Helping out in tutor timeBlake Maull 9A2 High number of house points, no demerits, 100% attendance and especially for his help and assistance with the Sign Language GroupJake Waller 9B1 Highest number of HPAlicia Teixeira 9B2 Most house points last week in the tutor groupReem Abid 9A1 Showing consitancy in all her lessons by recieving HPCharlie Williams 9A2 High number of house points and nomination from other members of the tutor groupEden Beggs 9B1 Improvement in HPBen Carvell 9B2 Achieves regular house pointsBradley Harris 9A1 Most house points in the tutor group this weekChloe Smith 9A2 Interesting ambitions discussed during Sixth form visitTilly Ivey 9B1 Lowest number of demerits all year ( only 1)Jesse Hopper 9B2 Achieves regular house pointsChloe Turner 9A1 Increase in house pointsKitty Palmer 9A2 A huge number of house points last week; amazingHannah Fitch 9B1 Best HP so far- 6 in a weekMaddy May 9B2 Settled well to the Priory School and already receiving regular house pointsSkye Wheeler 9A1 Always punctual and politeAbbie Venn 9A2 Well done for all your house points, effort and attendanceSophie Bibby 9B1 always doing the right thing, correct equipment etc.Eiliya Talebi Gar-akani9B2 Settled well to the Priory School and already receiving regular house pointsGrace Murrel 9A1 Helping the tutor during tutor time and always recieving a number of house points in various lessons. Sonny Franks-Whiteley9A2 Nominated by classmates for being always helpful, kind and friendlyRonnie Nicholls 9B1 best HP in tutor groupRhys Worsfold 9B2 Always ready to learn and always doing the right thingStars of the TermBen Harrington 9A1 Always friendly and polite to everyone, has an excellent attitude to learning and works hard in all his lessons. Blake Maull 9A2 Huge improvement this term as well as his wonderful contribuations and support to the Sign language groupDaniel Boon 9B1 Great Term, high number of HP, no DM, Georgina Bibby 9B2 Always cheerful and leading the way with house pointsStars of the WeekThe Priory Press34

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Ruby Barrett 10A1 8 Housepoints and 100% attendanceScarlet West 10A2 Excellent model volcano that erupted last week!Emma Roberts 10A3 House points and a general lovely demeanour Jess Thomas-Free 10B1 Performing in the Gym and Dance displayLeona Robertshaw 10B1 Performing in the Gym and Dance displayMaisie Smith 10B1 Performing in the Gym and Dance displayIsobel Castle 10B2 A huge increase in Housepoints and achieving well over the past two weeksAnnabelle Hitchcock 10A1 High attendance and good class work.James Dawes 10A2 "An excellent last week of term with fantastic housepoints and attendance "Maria Peskett 10A3 For a mature attitude and house points Archie Gibbons 10B1 Consistent effort across all subjectsAmy Rogers 10B2 "For continued outstanding work in her Art GCSE and being a delightful all round studentLily Essom 10A1 100% attendance and 4 HPsBen Long 10A2 For always being polite and an excellent track record on PARSBella Baker 10A3 "For her consistent effort and commitment to her workEthan Walsh 10B1 Most house points and excellent all round effortNo name nominated 10B2Rocco Stratford 10A1 6 hps and 100% attendance.Holly Abbott 10A2 Excellent achievement last week.Zach De Vlieg 10A3 Lovely demeanour and great comprehension of the book we are readingArchie Clipperton 10B1 For not getting as many strikes in English last few weeks.No name provided 10B2Gracie Willis 10A1 7 Housepoints 100% attendanceMegan Russell 10A2 Excellent effort, maturity, and resilience shown this week!Joeb Eglinton 10A3 For achieving 7 HousepointsArthur Coles 10B1 For recent improvements in Sociology and PEEden Muckle 10B2 For a huge increase in Housepoints! 7 for the weekDaniella Kent 10A1 4 Housepoints and 100% attendancePhoebe Steere 10A2 A great week and an improved attitudeToby Rawlinson 10A3 Housepoints and excellent attitude to learning Sammy Stephens 10B1 8 Housepoints and 100% attendanceCallum Taylor 10B2 Most improved earning HousepointsRosie Woodvine 10A1 100% attendance and 5 HousepointsMillie Shepherd 10A2 "For having a really positive week and always being helpful!Maddy Mcaffrey 10A3 For 6 Housepoints and excellent attitude to learningEmily Edgington 10B1 Most Housepoints and cheerfulnessBrennan Fitzgerald 10B2 For a huge improvement in HousepointsStars of the Week35The Priory Press

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Zoe Nicholls 11A1 Much improved attendance and focusJames Simons 11A2 Quietly making progress across many subjectsStanley Tillet 11A3 Got a job at Chessington and has promised me free tickets!Dan Sexton 11B1 Taking part in Open Mic night.Santhoss Balen-dran11B2 Improvement resulting to an increase in HPsJoe Collins 11A1 Polite, engaged and still making good progressPhoebe Foster 11A2 Excellent commitmnt to learningJosh Harris 11A3 Chess championEmmy Bernal 11B1 Huge amounts of work for the yearbook and attending revisionOwen Edgar 11B2 Settled and focused in lessonsWill Crocker 11A1 Working to improve gaps in knowledgeOliver Sayer 11A2 Working well in subjects across schoolMiriam Dodica 11A3 Had a good focused few weeksDaniel Sexton 11B1 Settled and focused in lessonsRowan Francis 11B2 Positive and engaged in lessonsLola Badder-ly-Watts11A1 Working hard and determinedEmily Young 11A2 Good attitude towards learningBrad Friday 11A3 Making good progress across subjectsTiffany Sexton 11B1 Had a good positive weekMary Rennles 11B2 Bright and cheerful as alwaysCharlie Elphick 11A1 Exceeding expectations across his subjectsOwen Gibb 11A2 Lots of house points, zero demeritsMolly Palmer 11A3 Focused and determinedAbbie Palacios 11B1 A good attitude towards learning and revisionConnor Bethall 11B2 Working hard to fill gaps in knowledgeTilly Hutchings - Campbell11A1 Working consistently well across subjectsJack Milner 11A2 Hard working and picking up lots of House pointsEmma Coles 11A3 Determined and focused in all lessonsEllie Green 11B1 Cheerful and bright everyday and knuckling down to workStars of the TermRocco Stratford 10A1 Continued and persistent effort, excellent attendance and house points on a weekly basis.Scarlet West 10A2 An outstanding term receiving no demerits and 3rd most HPs in the form. Also managed to maintain a 100% attendance!Maria Peskett 10A3 For commitment and effort across all subjectsErica Fanlo Doane 10B1 Excellence across all subjectsLucy Harford 10B2 "For being delightful, helpful, hardworking and supportive Zach De Vlieg 10A3 "For an excellent start to Priory School and catching up on all work needed to start new GCSE syllabusesToby Rawlinson 10A3 "For being a fantastic role model by working hard and diligently across all subjectsStars of the WeekThe Priory Press36

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Lola Daniels 11B2 Consistent in lessons and performing to a high standardWill Crocker 11A1 Really contientious in lessons and focusedEthan Bond 11A2 Working hard to narrow the gaps in knowledgeMegan Sumner 11A3 Quietly getting on and making progressPhoebe Bernal 11B1 Always helpful and egaged in her learningAnna Pohlman 11B2 A good positive start to the Summer TermAimee Tuppen 11A1 A good amount of House Points over the weekJames Simons 11A2 Making good progress and performing better than MLOsPoppy Robinson 11A3 Excellent work ethic this week showing determinationKayleigh Jones 11B1 Settled and focused across subjectsTJ Moore 11B2 Working towrds narrowing his gaps in knowledgeStars of the TermCharlie Elphick 11A1 For being quietly hard working and determined all term and showing resilience. Lots of house points (52) and improving attendanceEllie Cullinan 11A2 Excellent effort in all subjects, Great attitude to learning. Top house point earner with 89 and 100% attendance.Cameron Booth 11A3 A really positive term showing a good attitude and aptitude for learning and a ggod haul of house pointsHenry Edgington 11B1 A very hard working student who has accumulated 55 house points and has an attendance of 99%Mary Rennles 11B2 Excellent House Point tally for the term with 67 and 100% attendanceScarlett Glover 11B2 Determined, focused, engaging and helpful. An excellent amount of house points with 65 and 100% attendanceJack Milner 11A2 Quietly confident, diligent and studious. Excellent house point tally with 67 and attendance at 100%37The Priory Press

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4WEEK 4MONDAY 9 MAYMAIN Three Cheese Macaroni baked with Crispy Herb Topping served with Ciabatta Garlic Slice Fresh Tomato and Basil Salad and Fresh Broccoli (VEGETARIAN) MAIN Haricot and Chick Pea Tagine with Smokey Aubergine and Cauliower served on a Bed of Cous-Cous served with Fresh Tomato and Basil Salad and Fresh Broccoli (VEGAN) STREET FOOD OF THE DAY DESSERT Caramelised Apple and Crumble with CustardTUESDAY 10 MAYMAIN Our Speciality Curries with a choice of Vegetable, Meat and Vegan Dishes served with Traditional Garnishes and Accompaniments STREET FOOD OF THE DAY DESSERT Eton Mess with Strawberry, Meringues and Whipped Cream WEDNESDAY 11 MAYMAIN Thyme Roasted Turkey Breast, Yorkshire Puddings with Crispy Roast Potatoes, Baton Carrots and Spring Cabbage MAIN Caramelised Red Onion, Feta and Cherry Tomato Tart with Crispy Roast Potatoes, Baton Carrots and Spring Cabbage (VEGETARIAN) STREET FOOD OF THE DAY DESSERT Chocolate Brownie and Ice CreamTHURSDAY 12 MAYMAIN Moroccan Beef and Chick Peas with Aubergine and Sweet Pepperswith New Potatoes, Fresh Broccoli and SweetcornMAIN Stuffed Baked Courgettes topped with Cheddar Cheese Servedwith New Potatoes, Fresh Broccoli and SweetcornSTREET FOOD OF THE DAY DESSERT Traditional Lemon Meringue PieFRIDAY 13 MAYMAIN Chef’s Very Own Salmon Fish Cakes with Chips, Peas or Salad MAIN Battered Cod served with Chips, Peas, Baked Beans or Salad MAIN Cherry Tomato, Spinach and Broccoli Quiche served with Chips, Peas, Baked Beans or Salad (VEGETARIAN) STREET FOOD OF THE DAY DESSERT Citrus Fruit Fool with Oaty BiscuitsWE ONLY USEINDEPENDENTCATERING.CO.UKEDUCATERLIMITED.COMAVAILABLE DAILY FRESH CHEF’S SALAD - WHOLE GRAIN BREAD - GRAB AND GO POT MENUPLUS A PLANT BASED MAIN COURSE EVERY DAY!IF YOU HAVE ANY ALLERGEN CONCERNS PLEASE SPEAK TO THE CATERING MANAGER. WHILST WE DO NOT BRING WHOLE NUTS OR INGREDIENTS WITH NUTS INTO OUR KITCHENS, SOME PRODUCTS ARE SUBJECT TO ‘MAY CONTAIN’ STATUS IN MANUFACTURINGFRESH CUT SANDWICHES - ROLLS - WRAPS - PITTAS - BAGUETTESSEE THE BLACK BOARDS FOR SOUPS, THEME DAYS AND THE CHEF’S SPECIALFRESHUKBEEF FRESHUKPORK FREERANGEEGGS ORGANICMILK LOCALFRUIT&VEG WHOLEMEALPASTA39The Priory Press

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5WEEK 5MONDAY 16 MAYMAIN Italian Style Beef Lasagne served with Garlic Bread Shard, Garden Peas and Seasonal Kentish Leaf Salad MAIN Vegetable Chilli Burritos loaded with Cheese and Salsa served with Rice, Garden Peas and Seasonal Kentish Leaf Salad (VEGETARIAN) STREET FOOD OF THE DAY DESSERT Mandarin Sponge and CustardTUESDAY 17 MAYMAIN Our Speciality Curries with a choice of Vegetable, Meat and Vegan Dishes served with Traditional Garnishes and Accompaniments STREET FOOD OF THE DAY DESSERT Mixed Berry CheesecakeWEDNESDAY 18 MAYMAIN Roast British Gammon served with Pineapple, Crispy Roast Potatoes, Fresh Broccoli and Roasted Root Vegetables MAIN Spring Vegetable Tartlet served with Crispy Roast Potatoes, Spring Cabbage and Roasted Root Vegetables (VEGETARIAN) STREET FOOD OF THE DAY DESSERT Caramel Apple Cake with Custard THURSDAY 19 MAYMAIN Sausage Toad in the Hole, Stacked Yorkshire with Onion Gravyand Creamy Mashed Potatoes, Fresh Carrots and Garden PeasMAIN Vegetable Chow Mein served with Soy andGinger Chinese Leaf Cabbage and British Pak Choi (VEGAN)STREET FOOD OF THE DAY DESSERT Treacle Sponge and CustardFRIDAY 20 MAYMAIN Battered Cod and Chips served with Peas, Mushy Peas, Beans and Chef’s Salad MAIN Wild Mushroom and Bean Fricassee with Sweet Peppers and Rice or Chips and Peas (VEGETARIAN) STREET FOOD OF THE DAY DESSERT Fruits of the Forest PavlovaWE ONLY USEINDEPENDENTCATERING.CO.UKEDUCATERLIMITED.COMAVAILABLE DAILY FRESH CHEF’S SALAD - WHOLE GRAIN BREAD - GRAB AND GO POT MENUPLUS A PLANT BASED MAIN COURSE EVERY DAY!IF YOU HAVE ANY ALLERGEN CONCERNS PLEASE SPEAK TO THE CATERING MANAGER. WHILST WE DO NOT BRING WHOLE NUTS OR INGREDIENTS WITH NUTS INTO OUR KITCHENS, SOME PRODUCTS ARE SUBJECT TO ‘MAY CONTAIN’ STATUS IN MANUFACTURINGFRESH CUT SANDWICHES - ROLLS - WRAPS - PITTAS - BAGUETTESSEE THE BLACK BOARDS FOR SOUPS, THEME DAYS AND THE CHEF’S SPECIALFRESHUKBEEF FRESHUKPORK FREERANGEEGGS ORGANICMILK LOCALFRUIT&VEG WHOLEMEALPASTAThe Priory Press40

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6WEEK 6MONDAY 23 MAYMAIN Basque Style Chicken with Rich Tomato, Black Olive and Borlotti Beans served with Cauliower, Broccoli and Sweetcorn MAIN Spinach and Butternut Squash Plait served with Crushed Potatoes, Cabbage and Peas (VEGAN) STREET FOOD OF THE DAY DESSERT Peach Sponge and CustardTUESDAY 24 MAYMAIN Our Speciality Curries with a choice of Vegetable, Meat and Vegan Dishes served with Traditional Garnishes and Accompaniments STREET FOOD OF THE DAY DESSERT Fresh Fruit Salad and Cream WEDNESDAY 25 MAYMAIN Roast Beef with Yorkshire Pudding, served with Roast Potatoes, Fresh Broccoli and Roasted Carrots MAIN Mushroom, Sweet Pepper and Pesto Strudel served with Roast Potatoes, Fresh Broccoli and Roasted Carrots (VEGETARIAN) STREET FOOD OF THE DAY DESSERT Blueberry Sponge Cake and CustardTHURSDAY 26 MAYMAIN Chicken and Mixed Pepper Fajitas served with Mexican Rice,Corn Cobs and Crunchy SlawMAIN Chestnut Mushroom, and Vegetables Fricassee served withRice Corn Cobs and Green Beans (VEGETARIAN)STREET FOOD OF THE DAY DESSERT Banoffee MousseFRIDAY 27 MAYMAIN Battered Cod and Chips served with Peas, Mushy Peas, Beans and Chef’s Salad MAIN Goats Cheese and Mediterranean Vegetable Bruschetta with Chips and Fresh Salad (VEGETARIAN) STREET FOOD OF THE DAY DESSERT Chocolate and Pear Mufn and CustardWE ONLY USEINDEPENDENTCATERING.CO.UKEDUCATERLIMITED.COMAVAILABLE DAILY FRESH CHEF’S SALAD - WHOLE GRAIN BREAD - GRAB AND GO POT MENUPLUS A PLANT BASED MAIN COURSE EVERY DAY!IF YOU HAVE ANY ALLERGEN CONCERNS PLEASE SPEAK TO THE CATERING MANAGER. WHILST WE DO NOT BRING WHOLE NUTS OR INGREDIENTS WITH NUTS INTO OUR KITCHENS, SOME PRODUCTS ARE SUBJECT TO ‘MAY CONTAIN’ STATUS IN MANUFACTURINGFRESH CUT SANDWICHES - ROLLS - WRAPS - PITTAS - BAGUETTESSEE THE BLACK BOARDS FOR SOUPS, THEME DAYS AND THE CHEF’S SPECIALFRESHUKBEEF FRESHUKPORK FREERANGEEGGS ORGANICMILK LOCALFRUIT&VEG WHOLEMEALPASTA41The Priory Press

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WE ONLY USEINDEPENDENTCATERING.CO.UKEDUCATERLIMITED.COMWEDNESDAY 4 MAYTry from our choice of Burgers in a Brioche Bun fully loaded with a choice of British Tomatoes, Onions Lettuce and Cheddar Cheese, Spiced Mayo or Tomato Relish Served with Hand Cut Kentish Potato Wedges, Crunchy Coleslaw, BBQ Beans and Corn CobsPrime Cut British Beef Chuck BurgerHand Breaded Prime Chicken Fillet or our Kentish Beetroot and Chick Pea Burger (Plant Based)FRESHUKBEEF FRESHUKPORK FREERANGEEGGS ORGANICMILK LOCALFRUIT&VEG WHOLEMEALPASTAThe Priory Press42

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4 MayPost16 Parents’ Information Evening for Years 9-116 May BTEC Dance Show8 May Greenpower team racing at Goodwood9 May Friends of The Priory Quiz night at Rialto’s12 May District Sports13 & 14 May Bronze Duke of Edinburgh practice16 May - 24 JuneGCSE & A Level Examinations29 JuneGCSE & A Level Contingency Day18 & 19 May DTP Vaccinations for Year 9 and Year 10 Geography trip23 to 27 May Year 8 Eco week25 May Open Mic night30 May to 3 June Half TermUpcoming Dates45The Priory Press