Last Friday evening, a group of Year 10 and 11 pupils travelled to Edge Hill University's Arts Centre for a performance of Jekyll & Hyde.
16 March: Please see update from the Headteacher in response to Coronavirus as we adopt further precautionary measures.
Priory's Under 13s girls cricket team travelled to Bolton Arena on Thursday to compete in the Lancashire Cricket Foundation's county finals.
Year 7 have been studying poetry as part of their English lessons and, for the second year running, they were given their chance to display their creative flair with a poem on any topic they wished.
Year 9 pupil, David, has made his debut for Lancashire’s pool team – and now dreams of playing for England.
A letter has been issued to parents today from the Headteacher in response to Coronavirus.
As usual, there were activities across the Science department as we celebrated British Science Week
Yesterday we welcomed pupils from our feeder schools for a Gifted & Talented Day with a focus on Science.
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, Ryan.
We are now in a position to share the outcome of our Ofsted full inspection that took place last week.
English teacher, Mr Faulkner, along with Assistant Head, Mr Gee, had the recent pleasure of being able to take a party of Year 9 Priory pupils to the Lowry Theatre, Salford, to see the play A Monster Calls.
From Paddington Bear to The Hungry Caterpillar, World Book Day meant staff and pupils were busy decorating their classroom doors all about their favourite books.