Big breakfast event held at Priory Community School

PUBLISHED: 09:09 13 October 2015 | UPDATED: 09:09 13 October 2015

Harriette, Molly and Sophie with fire fighter Phil Mannings.

Harriette, Molly and Sophie with fire fighter Phil Mannings.


YEAR six students from across Weston-super-Mare and Worle got a taste of what life at secondary school might be like at the weekend.

Priory Community School in Queensway, Worle, held an open day for students who will be joining the school next September.

A traditional English breakfast was provided for the children and their families and there were plenty of activities on offer on Saturday morning.

Richie Wright from Circus Sensible was on hand to teach students how to walk a tightrope.

Fizz Pop Science was also called in to show students some tasty experiments with their tongues.

The school’s principal Neville Coles said: “We were thrilled to yet again get record numbers of prospective students, parents, grandparents and carers to view the school.

“It is an exciting time to be part of Priory.”

A magician, firefighters from Avon Fire and Rescue Service, Priory’s hedgehog mascot and other stalls of entertainment were also on offer.

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