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“There seems to be a real sense of pride about the school from the staff. In the 18 months we have been here, the school always seems to be finding ways of progressing and moving forward. Facilities seem to get better and better, you can see the investment going into the site”.

Parent, Family Survey
2012


“The Piers Simon Appeal and in particular, our School in a Bag initiative share a wonderful relationship with the staff and students at Preston School. Through their constant support and annual stream of fundraising enterprise projects, always undertaken with willingness, enthusiasm and a dedication to our cause, the school community provides invaluable funds to help us give hope to the future education of poor children around the world. It is a real delight to have the opportunity to be involved so closely with Preston School and as a former student i am very proud of our fabulous mutual association”.

Luke Simon, Charity Liason Officer
Piers Simon Appeal


 “Preston is an excellent school, led by an excellent head and staff team”

Parent, Family Survey
2012


 “Preston has changed my life and it continuously challenges and develops me as a human being. It is one of the most interesting places where staff and students co-operate harmoniously. I am proud to be from Preston because I know that being part of Preston is like being part of a family. It will never judge you or leave you. It will always be supportive of you and in 2013 when I leave I know I will think of my time at Preston as the best time of my life.”

Lydia Mealing
Past Student


 “A group of students gave up their own time to participate in a staff development day. In our workshop on student voice, we watched staff and students work together enthusiastically, taking an active part in a range of activities, sharing their views on teaching and learning. The atmosphere was one of mutual respect.”

Gill Mullis, Student Voice Coordinator,
Specialist Schools and Academies Trust


 “When I think of Preston, two words instantly spring to mind, Pride & Achievement. Teachers will do their utmost to help you achieve your full potential while, in return, you are expected to take pride in your work.”

Ryan Vickery
Past Student

 

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