Regular attendance at school is the single most important factor in a child/children making appropriate progress and achieving success.
Our doors opened last night to hundreds of children and their families as they began their search for a secondary school. Prefects lined up to welcome our visitors and were eager to show Priory off to prospective families as they guided them round the school.
On Wednesday we launched our sponsored walk campaign which will raise money for the development of a legacy garden to add to our outstanding open space environment.
On Tuesday a group of our pupils took up the opportunity to make themselves better, safer cyclists.
Head Girl Sasha was presented with the inaugural Sam Pegram Character and Culture Award.
Over the summer, Year 7 pupils were tasked with challenges from the English, Maths and Science departments to prepare them for their high school years ahead.
The extra-curricular clubs booklet is now available and gives a concise picture of Priory’s clubs and activities provision.
30 years since they left Priory, Class of ‘89 went back in time for an afternoon of reminiscence.
Last year we embarked on introducing a new personal development curriculum for pupils, known as Character & Culture, which seeks to develop pupil's character attributes and foster a greater culture of kindness, respect and keeping each other safe.
After months in the planning, the Penwortham Priory Academy Library was officially reopened on Monday.
Mr Farron is celebrating another blooming success for Penwortham Priory Academy – but next year he will be judging rather than showing!