Exam Sundays held students achieve success

PUBLISHED: 17:30 05 June 2014

Maths teacher Miles Howell pictured with year 11 students of Priory Community School during their maths clinics.

Maths teacher Miles Howell pictured with year 11 students of Priory Community School during their maths clinics.

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STUDENTS have been taking part in new maths clinics at a Worle School.

Priory Community School has been inviting students to bring their maths problems to special seminars for help, support and encouragement.

Four Saturday clinics and two Sunday schools have already been held plus a three-day half term special in a move to help students achieve their GCSE goals.

Vice-principal Rhys Phillips said: “Success doesn’t come easy, and staff and students have worked really hard again this year - going the extra mile to achieve great results. Saturday and Sunday schools have proved popular.”

The Queensway school’s open evening for year five will be held on July 3 from 4.45pm with the launch of a new Priory film - Our Story - Our School.

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