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!
Penwortham Priory Academy’s Year 9 football team are double winners.
To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day on Monday, one of the largest training providers in Lancashire invited local schools to have a go in their workshops.
Penwortham Priory Academy awarded ‘Highly Commended’ in all categories entered.
There was plenty of emotion today as the Year 11 pupils enjoyed their last day at Priory.
We were pleased to be awarded ‘Best School’ at last Saturday’s gala.
The family of former pupil, Daniel Appleby, has organised a charity event at Priory to mark his 32nd birthday.
Word must have got out that we are as sweet as honey when a swarm of bees came to visit us last week.
After taking their GCSE exam in Astronomy this week, the four members of the Astronomy Club can finally relax and take in the exciting news that they have been invited to attend Stephen Hawking’s interment on 15 June.
Once again we are entering the Education Awards, designed to celebrate primary and secondary education across central Lancashire