Priory is planning commemorate these times by designing, building and filling a time capsule with our memories of the Coronavirus lockdown.
This amazing poem was sent in by one of our Year 7 pupils. She was a little bored and wrote it with her Nan whilst they were having a catch up over the phone.
Priory’s Head of English, Mrs Gidden, has been really impressed with many of our multi-talented pupils and wanted to highlight their love of reading while excelling at other pursuits. Before the school closure we interviewed Year 7 pupil, Akram.
Do you know an historical fact that will make us go 'eww', 'ohh' or 'really!'?
This week was a tough one - 'Motion'. Lots of great entries and thanks once again to all students who took the time and effort to enter their photos.
22 May: A letter from the Headteacher as we approach the half term break.
Priory pupils have been sharing some of their Acts of Kindness with us this week, some of them within their own homes and others brightening the day of their local communities.
15 May: A letter from the Headteacher with thanks for messages of support.
Another stunning set of photos have been selected as the winners of this week's photo competition.
Your job is to create a news bulletin for a spoof 'news' story from around your house and record it in the style of a news article from the BBC or Sky News.
We want our young poets of the future in Years 7-8 to be inspired to write their own poetry responding to this year’s theme of ‘Environment’.
For their Art lessons, pupils have been asked to draw their given theme demonstrating use of pencil by presenting tonal drawings, line drawings and cross hatching pieces. Priory has some very talented artists!