Today in school, we will recognise Windrush Day, a day celebrating our Caribbean community and their contributions to British society.
Priory’s gardens are our pride and joy and award-winning gardener Mr Farron wants to let parents and pupils know what to expect each month as the landscape changes. Here's what's going on in June...
22 June marks Windrush Day. Since it was established in 2018, this day is aimed at celebrating our Caribbean community and their contributions to British society.
It was back to school for Priory’s first ever Head Girl and her conclusion on the new-look Priory was ‘it’s amazing’.
After school on Thursday, Mrs Cowell invited Year 8 pupils to join her for her World Tapas Day cookery club.
Year 8 Daniel M was ‘Best in School’ at the recent Junior Mathematical Challenge (UKMT) as he collected a Gold Award.
These are our reading stars put forward by their English teacher. We interview them about their current book, what they like reading and what they like to do when they’re not reading. Introducing Emily...
Bringing music to your ears at break and lunch. W/c 20 June is all about...Caribbean music
During its renovations, The Harris Museum will be surrounded by a mural created by a local artist and Year 9 pupils drawn from the themes of industrial heritage and migration to Preston.
Just before we finished for half term we turned the school blue and yellow in support of families in Ukraine and here we have the lowdown of the day’s success.
In the new academic year, Year 10 pupils will study Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol and Shakespeare’s Macbeth.
Students in Year 10 had an opportunity to try advanced mathematics when LUSoM visited to deliver a lesson.