Year 11 pupil, James, has been called up to the Great Britain Lions Under 17s Development American Football squad.
Chess Club had humble beginnings when it was set up last year. Due its increasing fame and reputation, club co-ordinator Mrs Swire, has re-introduced a competition that last took place 16 years ago. So the challenge was on to find a new chess champion!
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.
On Wednesday evening, Year 7 pupils travelled to Blackpool to see Horrible Christmas, a play based on the Horrible Histories awarding winning series.
It was our Christmas lunch on Wednesday and so Priory's senior leaders took time out from their day jobs and donned their aprons to help serve the stream of hungry pupils.
On Tuesday afternoon a small group of pupils were invited to attend the Royal Institute's Christmas Lecture live screening at the Museum of Science & Industry, Manchester.
English teacher, Mrs Elliott, set all Year 8 pupils a creative challenge last month which will also prove useful for pupils' Accelerated Reading (AR) sessions.
As it approaches the end of the term we have noticed more pupils arriving at school in trainers. This is an infringement of school policy and pupils wearing trainers without good reason will be sent to the Pastoral office for temporary replacement footwear.
They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day - well it's extra important if you're invited to have it with the Deputy Headteacher!
Priory’s Head of English, Mrs Gidden, has been really impressed with many of our multi-talented pupils and wanted to highlight their love of reading while excelling at other pursuits. This week we interviewed Year 7 pupil, Megan.
Priory pupil George has had a taste of the West End and wants more!
When the bell rings at 3.20pm some teachers like to go back to class.