Talented Priory pupils put pen to paper to design a Humanities rewards postcard.
Year 9 have been learning about Anne Frank as they talk about the dangers of intolerance and hatred.
Year 7 pupils combined their artistic talents and historical knowledge to build a 3D castle for a History Competition.
Humanities teachers, Mr Eccles and Mrs Cauchi took Priory's Head Prefects to the South Ribble Holocaust Memorial Day event.
Year 7 pupils were able to step back in time during this week's trip to Lancaster where they visited the historic Priory and Castle.
Priory's Year 11 historians embarked on a journey into the past by visiting Thackray Medical Museum.
The Humanities department welcomed 'Time Travel Education' into school to allow Priory's Year 8 pupils to experience a visual workshop based on the First World War.
Before the half term break, History Teacher Miss Ackers, presented Year 9 with a challenge to create a piece of research on whatever period of history interested them in order to receive a highly coveted History pin badge.
Priory pupil Jessica listened to the moving story of Holocaust survivor Anne Super as part of her Anne Frank Trust Ambassador role.
Year 8 pupils were challenged to produce a piece of research explaining how their local area was affected by World War 1.
Year 8 students had the opportunity to visit Quarry Bank Mill, a working cotton mill, to see what life would have been like in Industrial Britain.
Year 7 pupils were set a challenge to build their own Motte and Bailey Castle with whatever resources they could get their hands on at home.
Priory's ambassador to the Anne Frank Trust continues her impressive work at launch event.
The History Department has led two trips to Lancaster for Year 7 pupils to explore its castle and priory as part of their study of the Medieval era.
Year 10 Jessica has just been on a course in the Lake District as part of her Anne Frank Trust Ambassador role.
Jessica overcame a tough process to become an Anne Frank Trust Ambassador as she promotes a society safe from prejudice and discrimination.
A Year 11 group of 30 pupils travelled by minibus for a superb long weekend to a wonderful youth hostel at Helmsley, North Yorkshire.
The History and English Departments are working together again and it’s a subject that has got pupils gripped – a serial killer.
Year 8 pupils have been tasked with researching and creating a presentation on whatever part of history interests them.
Priory pupils know that the story of Anne Frank is as relevant today as it was in the 1940s – and they have been learning more about it.
There will be new Humanities rewards postcards sent out next term!
Would you like the chance to have your design put in print as the new Humanities praise postcard?
The Tier 3 words and facts about the conflict pupils are learning in History are being used in Mrs Gidden’s creative language lessons about the period and it’s producing work in both subjects of a high standard.
Year 8 pupil Cyrus brought history to life by showing off his great-grandad’s medals from World War II.
A few weeks back, Year 7 pupils were set a challenge to build their own Motte and Bailey Castle with whatever resources they could get their hands on at home.
Today we would like to launch a competition for Priory pupils to put forward items to be placed into the capsule.