We hope that all our new Year 7 pupils who could join us for Summer School had fun whilst getting to know their new school, meeting the teachers and making new friends.
And the winners are... Ribble
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 Alexa...
Pupils set off for a 6K trek around Penwortham, taking in a stroll along the River Ribble. It was a great atmosphere and we received many compliments from the public on the conduct of our pupils.
The session runs every Wednesday lunch time in MFL1 for regulars and drop-ins and intends to continue from September.
Around 60 Priory pupils in Years 7 and 8 took part in the hour-long, multiple-choice national challenge.
The Humanities department welcomed 'Time Travel Education' into school to allow Priory's Year 8 pupils to experience a visual workshop based on the First World War.
Year 10 Henry has proved a perfect leader at the Sustainability Learning Conference held at Blackburn Rovers Football Club.
Priory pupils certainly have the spark for the new online maths programme Sparx – and Mr Sneddon is rewarding the high-achievers with a special badge!
And the winners are...Calder.
The Year 10 GCSE Computer Science took first plan in a cyber themed workshop/escape room event at Lancaster University School of Mathematics.
A group of 45 pupils, along with five staff, set off for Paris. The three-day coach trip began shortly after school with a giddy group of Year 7 and 8 pupils.