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.
On Monday, Mrs Gidden kicked off the week of events by launching the Book Face quiz - who's hiding behind the book?
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 10 pupil, Cerys.
A star of former school-set drama, Joshua Miles, visited Priory last Friday afternoon to talk about a play he wrote about his time during school.
Head of Learning for Life, Mrs Hopes, has attended an Alcohol Education Trust workshop to look at, and implement, newly developed teaching resources focusing on alcohol and its impact.
The Department for Education has launched a new Coronavirus helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education.
Yesterday, a small group of incredibly talented GCSE Food Technology & Nutrition pupils ventured to Runshaw College to sample the delights of its Catering & Hospitality and Travel & Tourism departments.
We have been informed today that Ofsted will inspect Penwortham Priory Academy on 03 March 2020.
At Priory we realise that our older pupils are excellent role models for younger pupils and so we have a very successful peer mentoring programme in place.
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, Junior.