|Deputy Headteacher||Richard Glenny, Julia Emmel|
|Chair of Governors||David Thomas|
|Houses||Avon, Forest, Hurst and Solent|
Priestlands School is a mixed academy school in Pennington, Hampshire in southern England. The school serves an area that includes the villages of Beaulieu, Brockenhurst, East Boldre, Hordle, Norleywood, Pilley, South Baddesley, Sway and the town of Lymington.
The school previously divided its student into "A" and "α" houses, but in October 2016 returned to houses used historically: Avon, Forest, Hurst and Solent.
World record attempt
In 2012 the school set the world record for most people standing on one leg for two minutes with 892 people. However, a problem with the video resulted in insufficient evidence for the record to be officially recognised.
Walled Garden and environment
A student group called "The Eco-Warriors" restored an 18th-century walled garden in the grounds with pigs, bees, and chickens in 2008.
- Brent Dewstow-Newitt, musician and member of Aquasky
- Paul Rideout (b. August 1964), footballer
- Adamski (b. December 1967 as Adam Tinley), musician
- Russell Perrett (b. June 1973), footballer
- Sam Vokes (b. October 1989), footballer
- Jordan Rose (b. November 1989), footballer
- Josh McQuoid (b. December 1989), footballer
- Birdy (b. May 1996 as Jasmine van den Bogaerde), musician
- Joe Quigley (b. December 1996), footballer
- Priestlands School, status
- Inspection No.326390 19-20 November 2008
- "Priestlands school pupils set new 'one foot' record" (video). BBC News School Report. 14 March 2012.
- "Priestlands Eco-school". BBC Hampshire. 11 March 2008.
- "EcoSchools". Priestlands School. Archived from the original on 26 April 2012.
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