Lancashire Football Association visited Priory to see how the recent funding awarded to us had impacted on the school and the local community.
Learning Support Assistant Mrs Whalley has raised £150 for a cause close to Priory, the Space Centre.
Thanks to the generous donations from pupils, parents and staff, the whole school got to enjoy some gorgeous treats whilst raising funds for MacMillan Cancer Support.
Pupils set off for a 6K trek around Penwortham, taking in a stroll along the River Ribble. It was a great atmosphere and we received many compliments from the public on the conduct of our pupils.
Friday, 30 June was the date set in the calendar for a whole school 70th Anniversary celebration picnic and sponsored walk - but it wasn't to be.
Whilst the purchase of a robot line marker following a successful bid application doesn't sound that interesting, it's actually a great boost to our school and our community.
Priory pupils raised an amazing £200 at their week-long Readathon to raise money for books for children in hospitals.
All eyes were looking down for a fabulous evening of fun on Wednesday as we opened our doors for Easter bingo.
Priory pupils will have their noses in their books as part of the school’s sponsored Readathon.
We invite Year 7 pupils and their families to join us for a cracking evening of bingo fun on Wednesday, 29 March.
What a joy it was to have two former pupils from Class of 1953 join us for our 70th anniversary draw.
It is with great regret that we are forced to postpone our 70th Anniversary Sponsored Walk which was scheduled to take place on Fri, 11 November.
As we head towards our 70th anniversary celebrations, on Friday 11 November, the school will take part in a sponsored walk to raise funds to develop the Assembly Hall and stage.
Just before we finished for half term we turned the school blue and yellow in support of families in Ukraine and here we have the lowdown of the day’s success.
We are excited to tell you that Penwortham Priory Academy has launched a school lottery.
A tree has been planted in the Priory garden in memory of former teacher, Jean Wragg.
The book fair left Priory on Tuesday and during the five days it was with us we sold over £480 worth of books to pupils - the BEST YEAR EVER!
Recently, two of our pupils have approached us wanting to raise awareness of a medical condition that affects their every day lives. This week with met with Year 9 pupil, Scarlett.
A word of thanks to those of you who have contacted us, asking whether you are able to support the school
Penwortham Priory Academy will introduce the Jean Wragg ‘Strive for the Highest’ award in memory of former English teacher and Head of Year who died recently.
Priory enjoyed a Read for Good Readathon before half-term and raised a staggering £1,000 for the charity.