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Priory School is a non-denominational school, run with a Christian ethos. It was founded in 1993. The twin pillars of the school are academic rigour and pastoral care. In February 2012 we moved to new premises at Whippingham on the Osborne Estate, to the school built by Queen Victoria in 1864 to the design of Prince Albert, and sympathetically extended in 1996 with superb modern classrooms and hall.

A new Reception unit was added in 2014, and a new 6th Form suite. .

In June 2014, to celebrate 150 years of continuous education on the site, HRH Princess Beatrice visited the school to unveil a commemorative plaque.
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