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General Information

We provide education for pupils between the ages of 3 and 11 years. The school is a Church of England (Controlled) school, which means that it is under the control of the Local Authority (LA) but is able to offer a distinctive Christian ethos. We have strong links with Trentham and Hanford Parishes and our school chaplain is Reverend Shaun Morris. We believe we place the right emphasis on Christian values, with the children and families at the centre of our work.

We provide education in purpose built premises, with extremely generous and well maintained grounds, occupying an excellent site to the south of the city. The school is positioned close to major road networks, being situated close to the junction of the A34/A500/A50.

Currently we provide:

  • 15 Classrooms, all fitted out with IT facilities, including internet access, laptops and interactive whiteboards
  • Two Halls
  • A Learning Zone, for creative learning and ICT
  • A beautiful and well-resourced library
  • Separate playgrounds for younger/older children equipped with outdoor play equipment
  • A 52 place Nursery
  • A Sports Hall with full changing facilities including showers
  • A purpose built ‘Foundation Stage Unit’, which includes provision for Nursery and Reception children, in a self-contained, secure environment
  • Extensive playing fields and sports areas – we believe our school grounds are some of the best of any school in Stoke-on-Trent.

We are a fully extended school which means that we provide all aspects of the core service as defined by the Government.  This includes:

  • Wrap around care – Priory All Stars provides high quality wrap-around care from 7:30am to 6:00pm, during term time. The club is situated in the school grounds, with extensive outdoor play facilities. School works closely with Priory All Stars and believes it offers an excellent service to parents / carers.
  • Holiday care is provided by Premier Education. They operate from our sports hall.
  • Study support – We provide additional support for children’s learning outside of school hours.  
  • Community access – many groups use our school’s facilities in the evenings and at weekends.  A number of these groups promote physical well-being.
  • Parenting support – we hold regular meetings with parents to explain what work children are doing in school, how they are taught and what parents may do to support learning at home.
  • Swift and easy referral – we provide access to the school nurse, educational officers and a range of other professional services.

Our full prospectus can be found here

Admissions information can be found here

Latest News:

26 Jul 2018

After School Clubs 2018-19

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24 Jul 2018

July Newsletter

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22 Jun 2018

Newsletter June 2018

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25 May 2018

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

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29 Mar 2018

April Newsletter

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22 Mar 2018

Priory Cross Country Team

Our Cross Country Team have performed excellently, with the girls finishing in 2nd place and the boys finishing in 4th place. Well done Team Priory! We are also delighted to announce that two of our team members have been chosen …Continue reading

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