To coincide with national politics, last week's Character & Culture sessions focused on the General Election.
Following the consultation, it is confirmed that from Monday 6 January 2020, following the Christmas break, school will finish at 3.10pm rather than 3.20pm.
Last Thursday pupils had the opportunity to take part in a workshop and watch a musical that students from Newman College had devised.
Our librarians are volunteers and are keen readers. They have their own rota and duty list and ensure the library is organised, tidy and well-stocked.
Penwortham Priory Academy pupils are sowing seeds in a new way – making use of abandoned bottles.
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, Lily.
Mental Health - Time to Talk has been the theme in both the assemblies and the Character & Culture sessions this week throughout all year groups.
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 8 pupil, Lucas.
Last week saw pupils in Years 7-10 given the opportunity for an enrichment taster session of Taekwondo with sessions running in lessons and at lunchtime.
It's been talked about for a while, but eventually the M&S Foodhall store in Chorley finally opened on Wednesday and Priory pupil, Lewis, was invited to help cut the ribbon.
Two Penwortham Priory Academy pupils enjoyed what they called a ‘character-building trip' as part of the Rotary Youth Programme of Enrichment (RYPEN).
Students took a trip to the Apollo Theatre, London, on Wednesday and for a workshop at the prestigious Pineapple Studios to meet Layton Williams who plays Jamie New.