For the first time ever, Hodder finally managed to lift the trophy to become sports day champions.
Pupils at Penwortham Priory Academy felt out of this world after a visit from supernatural author AJ Hartley
Training 2000, one of the largest training providers in Lancashire, invited a small group of keen Year 9 pupils to attend their engineering workshops.
Gardener Mr Farron is making Penwortham Priory Academy bloom – and we hope to be up for more awards.
Earlier this year we were successful in obtaining funding to replace the school’s kitchen with modern new facilities. This work is planned to take place during the summer break however, we are planning to bring the start date forward to reduce the risk of the project over-running and thereby avoiding greater disruption in September.
On Wednesday night we welcomed our new intake of pupils and their parents, with the children returning Thursday in their primary school uniforms for their full induction day.
The Year 11’s big night finally arrived when the pupils gathered one last time to celebrate their years at Penwortham Priory Academy in style
Four Year 9 Penwortham Priory Academy pupils were part of history as they attended the celebration of life for Professor Stephen Hawking at Westminster Abbey.
A team of four Year 9 Priory pupils were invited to compete against teams from schools across the Chorley and South Ribble area to see who would be this year’s Physics Olympics champions.
During PHSEE day, Wasted Lives UK talked to pupils about its road safety initiative targeting young drivers and their passengers.
Penwortham Priory student Emina has won her first award for physics – and hopes to win many more!