BAE Systems came to talk to Year 10 and 11 pupils who had shown an interest in their apprenticeship programme.
Priory was officially recognised this week for its commitment to increasing students’ awareness of the range of possibilities opened up by studying STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) subjects.
The Priory pupils are hoping not to show too many cards as they take on the role of a referee.
Calder were treated to a live brass session from KTB Music in their House assembly this week.
Building work on Priory’s new £1.4M IT suite and community space has finally begun this week. Fencing has started to be setup around the site area and compound cabins have been delivered after work was temporarily delayed earlier this year due to bats!
Those were the words of Kevin Houghton who came in to Priory to deliver a motivational speech to a full school assembly at the end of the summer term.
Twelve Year 8 Priory pupils visited Broad Oak Primary School last week to help with their annual European Day of Languages celebration.
Olivia, Brook and Leah, with a little help from Miss Lewis-Lavender, organised a cake and hot chocolate sale for Macmillan Coffee Morning.
Twenty Year 8 pupils had the opportunity to take part in a Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths (STEM) workshop delivered by STEM First.
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The new academic year brings extra roles for many of Priory’s Year 11 pupils. Hustings and elections at the end of the summer term culminated in Lauryn Parker and Jack Sadler being elected as Head Girl and Head Boy respectively.
These Priory girls have been busy bees this week as they returned to Broad Oaks Primary School for filming following their Leyland Trucks competition success.