Over the last few weeks, all of Year 7 have been working hard to write and deliver a speech on a topic that’s important to them. These speeches were then delivered in class to their peers.
Pixl’s ambassador for Kindness met with Penwortham Town Council’s Manager, Steve Caswell, to hand over the collection of tins for Penwortham’s food bank.
Seema Kennedy, Member of Parliament for Priory’s constituency, South Ribble, visits the school.
A kind-hearted Year 7 pupil has been taking in the fresh air while helping others.
Two Penwortham Priory Academy students have enjoyed a week of adventure and fun as part of the Rotary Youth Programme of Enrichment (RYPEN).
The school started the Accelerated Reader Programme in August and the pupils have embraced it.
At Priory we realise that our older pupils are excellent role models for younger pupils and so we have a very successful peer mentoring programme in place.
Synchronised swimmer Libby is determined to celebrate a hat-trick of years on the England Talent Squad.
Priory pupils are showing charity and kindness as part of the PiXL Edge award.
As part of the GCSE Food course, Priory pupils are regularly invited to Runshaw College for a taster day.
Mr Henshaw is a former Priory pupil who has returned to the school he left in 2009. Mr Baker also joined in September after completing his PGCE. Head of Maths, Mr Kenrick said: “We have built a strong team which is passionate and committed to move the department forward.”
Priory has taken over the netball for the Penwortham area in conjunction with South Ribble Sports Development.