A pioneering former Penwortham Priory Academy student opened their new £1.4m purpose-built ICT & Computer Science building this week.
When break-time arrived this morning pupils quickly picked up their bags to dash over to the Technology Block. There was cake and juice to be had!
Our doors opened last night to hundreds of children and their families as they began their search for a secondary school.
Priory pupil, Jazmin came through tough trials to be selected for the Girls Under 14s District Lancashire schools football team.
Penwortham Priory Academy’s new-look kitchen is proving a hit with the staff and students.
Priory’s new senior prefects are now ready for their duties.
The school has won first place in the Best Community Area/Community Space category at Penwortham in Bloom 2018 – it’s the second time we’ve have entered this category and the second time we’ve won it.
We have been informed that the kitchen refurbishment contract has run slightly behind schedule and regrettably therefore, the school will not be able to offer hot food to pupils on Tues, 4th and Weds, 5th September.
Overall, we’ve maintained a lot of the good results that we got last year and continued to improve results in several key areas as well, despite the new qualifications containing more challenging content and a different assessment regime.
Former student, Emma, praised her inspirational teacher as she opened her own coffee and ice cream shop.
English teacher Mr Wall retires.
Pupils who have shown an interest in designing open spaces and architecture were invited to construct a model village last week.