The English faculty takes us through its ‘best bits’ of the year.
Today was Pastoral Manager Ms Clementson's last day as she begins her retirement.
Earlier on in the term we had a focus on mental health and promoted this year's theme of 'Back to Nature' in order to suggest ways in which our school community could use the nature around us to improve our own mental health.
There was certainly Much Ado About Something as Year 8s set to work on bringing a Shakespeare classic into the modern era.
Crater Lake by Jennifer Killick. This was one of the Book Trust books that our current Year 7 could choose when they arrived at Priory, and the cover caught my eye.
Year 10 Geography field trip: Wycoller. Written by Emily B, Erin W, Laura B, Violet S & Olivia D (Year 10)
Year 10 pupils will be starting their study of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol in the Autumn term and for Year 11 it's Willy Russell's Blood Brothers.
The day promises to be hot and sunny. Here's the instructions for the day...
Priory’s Assistant Head of Maths, Mr Henshaw, is sharing his skills with schools in the North West after he was appointed to the role of Assistant Maths Hub Lead from September.
...but maybe next time.
Talented footballer Jazmin is hoping to help her county to success as part of the Lancashire Schools FA Under 16 girls squad which has reached the national cup final.
Site Supervisor Mr Wilkinson has been putting his new skills into practice at Priory.