During the current lockdown phase we will continue to monitor government guidance carefully and keep you informed of any developments.  We have a dedicated email address, covid@priestlands.hants.sch.uk specifically for reporting contacts and positive cases.  We particularly encourage you to use this if you have a case to report outside of school hours as it will be monitored regularly.  It is essential that all parents are monitoring children carefully for Covid symptoms and if they show any one of the symptoms below, you must keep them at home and get a test.  They must not leave the house until you get the result of that test.

  • A high temperature
  • A persistent cough
  • A loss of taste or smell

Individual students who are isolating for a short period (10-14 days) will have their work set on ShowMyHomework.  Students will be expected to follow their normal school timetable as closely as possible and should submit completed work through ShowMyHomework.  Students who are ill will not have work set on the basis that if they are not well enough to come into school then they are unlikely to be well enough to complete work.

For the latest Headteacher’s letters please click here or the link further down this page.

Head of Year Email Addresses:

Mrs Haynes   Head of Year 7 Angela.Haynes@priestlands.hants.sch.uk

Mrs Hollowbread   Head of Year 8  Becky.Hollowbread@priestlands.hants.sch.uk

Mrs Wagstaff   Head of Year 9  Jenny.Wagstaff@priestlands.hants.sch.uk

Mr Caplen   Head of Year 10  Matt.Caplen@priestlands.hants.sch.uk

Mr Cable   Head of Year 11  staff.Cable@priestlands.hants.sch.uk

If you do not receive a response please use the general school email address  info@priestlands.hants.sch.uk

Safeguarding Concerns

If anything happens that you as a parent feel uncomfortable about, please phone the school on 01590 677033 and ask to speak to someone on a Child Protection matter.  Full safeguarding advice and instructions are on our Safeguarding page.
In an emergency, if you believe someone is in danger or at immediate risk of harm, phone the Police on 999 [101 in non-emergencies]

Letters from Headteacher

Home Learning

Remote Learning Assessment Overview February - April 2021:




Online Safety

Health, Help and Support Information

Mental Health

Teenagers and Parents can get advice from CAMHS on any of these ‘common problems’ or ‘life issues’

Common Problems Life Issues
  • Anxiety (worry)
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC)
  • Crisis, Self-Harm and Suicide
  • Depression (low mood)
  • Eating Difficulties
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Psychosis (and hearing voices)
  • Trauma (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
  • Behaviour of concern
  • Bereavement and Loss
  • Body Image and Self-Esteem
  • Bullying
  • Children in Care
  • Drugs and Alcohol
  • Family Breakdown
  • Friendships
  • Gaming Addiction
  • Military Families
  • Physical Health
  • Sex and Relationships
  • Sexuality and Gender Identity
  • Sleep
  • Transition through schools
  • Young Carers (supporting a loved one)
  • Coronavirus; help support and advice

CAMHS website: https://hampshirecamhs.nhs.uk/help/parents-carers/

What can I do next?

Have you looked at the relevant information and advice for the information you are looking for? Have you tried any of the self-help options? Have you accessed support from the suggested apps, websites and organisations that are listed?

If you are still not able to find the information or support you are seeking, then it might be helpful to speak to a CAMHS clinician. Please contact our Single Point of Access (SPA) number on 0300 304 0050.

Other resources regarding Mental Health: