24 May 2021

Maths put Year 7 and 8 pupils to the challenge

Priory’s most able pupils have entered a national competition to test their maths skills.

20 May 2021

Where to next, Year 11?

Priory’s Year 11 pupils hope to be the footballers, film producers, BMX champions, chefs and engineers of the future.

19 May 2021

Mrs Elliott's Read of the Month - May

City of Ghosts by Victoria Schwab. Do you ever get the feeling, as you climb the stairs in the evening on your way to bed, that there’s something behind you?

19 May 2021

In memory of Mrs Wragg - Strive for the highest

Penwortham Priory Academy will introduce the Jean Wragg ‘Strive for the Highest’ award in memory of former English teacher and Head of Year who died recently.

19 May 2021

A message from the Head - Fundraising at Priory

A word of thanks to those of you who have contacted us, asking whether you are able to support the school

13 May 2021

Class of 1989 - the staff

This photo was kindly sent to us this week by former English teacher, Mr Hunter.

11 May 2021

Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental Health Awareness Week is an annual event that recognises the importance of emotional wellbeing and is a great time to think about how we're feeling.

5 May 2021

Year 7 experiment with science

Year 7 pupils admitted they were 'excited' to use Bunsen Burners as science experiments returned to Priory.

5 May 2021

Year 8 pupil brings his story to life in History

Year 8 pupil Cyrus brought history to life by showing off his great-grandad’s medals from World War II.

5 May 2021

Miss Nouraghaeii's science classes are turning green!

It’s a dream to be awarded a coveted Blue Peter Badge – and Priory pupils are working towards being presented with the green version.

5 May 2021

Geography are writing river-ting poems for their GCSE

Year 10 have been studying rivers as part of their GCSE course and preparing themselves for their adventure out on compulsory fieldwork in the coming weeks.

5 May 2021

Read for Good - the final story

Priory enjoyed a Read for Good Readathon before half-term and raised a staggering £1,000 for the charity.