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Priory School, Dorking

The Priory CofE Voluntary Aided School
Motto Fide et labore conficere
Type Voluntary aided school
Religion Church of England
Headteacher Andre Sohatski
Location West Bank
Dorking
Surrey
RH56J
England
Local authority Surrey
DfE number 936/4765
DfE URN 125281 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–19
Website .com.priorycofewww

The Priory (C of E Aided) School, Dorking is a voluntary-aided Church of England school for pupils aged 11–18, in Dorking, Surrey. The school takes it name from the land on which it is situated which once belonged to Lewes Priory and was later transferred to Reigate Priory. The school is situated in the parish of St Martin's Church, Dorking and forms part of the Diocese of Guildford.


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  • School website
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