The Priory Learning Trust is a Multi-Academy Trust which supports primary and secondary schools in the South West of England.
At our heart is a passion to put Students First and deliver exceptional education, beyond outstanding for every single child.
We do this with a relentless drive for academic excellence, shared moral purpose and values, and lots of fun and happiness.
Happy schools are also high-achieving successful schools.
We strive for partnerships between students, parents, carers, staff and the wider community to create exceptional student outcomes.
And we also Cherish Staff, believe they are amazing, and are passionate to empower them through support, training and career opportunities.
With such brilliant people all aiming for the same goals, we are able to ensure every student achieves all that they are capable of and more, regardless of background or ability.
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Priory Community School Academy Principal Angelos Markoutsas and Head of DT David Clay spent four hours answering the call of Highbridge Medical Centre who were eager for the supplies.
They both cut the visors to shape and used their school equipment to finish them off before delivering to the surgery.
It came two days after they and WCSA delivered hundreds of boxes of goggles to Weston General Hospital and care homes. TKASA took theirs to a Taunton hospital.
All three schools are part of The Priory Learning Trust.
Angelos said: “We were asked by the local surgery if we could help out. We were delighted to assist and so we made 50 and would be happy to make more.
“Our school is at the centre of the community and this is the very least we can do to help our wonderful NHS.”
Neville Coles Executive Principal of TPLT said: ”This is simply wonderful thinking by David and Angelos.
“Amid all the chaos at this current time I want to say publicly how lucky we are to have such dedicated people in all our schools and academies across the region – all staff working now in our schools are stars and working their socks off to support our NHS and keep some semblance of normality.”