Year 7s have been granted warrior status by Head of English Mrs Gidden after completing ‘The Legends of Kraznir’ project.
Our new Year 7s have adapted to life in Priory easily – and they already have favourite teachers!
We hope that all our Year 7 pupils had fun whilst getting to know their new school, meeting the teachers and making new friends.
On Thursday we welcomed our new pupils when they spent their first full day at Priory to sample lessons and find out more about their new school.
On Wednesday evening we welcomed our new intake of pupils and their parents as they begin their journey at Priory.
You will get a warm welcome at Priory – that’s the message from our current Year 7s to the new Year 6s.
We are delighted to tell you that Priory is over-subscribed for the new intake of Year 7s.
South Ribble Active Health invite primary school pupils to sample sports at Priory.
Head of Year 7 Mrs Farley says she is ‘proud’ of the way the Year 7s have settled into life at Priory.
Our doors opened last Thursday evening to over 400 families as they began their search for a secondary school for their children.
Over the summer, Year 7 pupils were tasked with challenges from the English, Maths and Science departments to prepare them for the term ahead.
Year 7 pupils have taken to life at Penwortham Priory Academy despite a first year with a difference due to Covid.
Last week, Year 7 pupils had the chance to put their burning questions to the Headteacher.
Assistant Head of Science, Mrs Massey, was very impressed with the pupils’ science work and wanted to share some of it with the rest of us.
Head of Year 7, Mrs Bullock, has been impressed with how quickly her new year group has settled into school life.