7 July 2022

Welcome 2022 intake

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.

7 July 2022

Come on England

On Wednesday, 7 July we were lucky enough to have secured 70 tickets to watch the star-studded opening ceremony of the Women's Euros.

6 July 2022

Lancashire School Games

On Tuesday, eleven of Priory's Year 7 boys represented the school at the Lancashire School Games held at Stanley Park, Blackpool.

5 July 2022

Mrs Webster's recommended read - July

This month English teacher, Mrs Webster, has sent in her 'pick' for parents...The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

4 July 2022

Freddie Flintoff's Field of Dreams - Starring Umar

Umar will be a hit on your television screens as he shows off his cricketing prowess when he takes part in a TV programme where he is coached by former England and Lancashire all-rounder Andrew Flintoff.

4 July 2022

Every day is a good day for books

The Priory library is fast proving to be the hub of the school with volunteers making sure it runs like clockwork.

1 July 2022

London calling - at last!

After two years of waiting, Priory's Year 9, 10 & 11s finally set off on their trip to London and Paris on Wednesday.

1 July 2022

Class of 2017: Annie Hargreaves

This week we welcomed back our Head Girl from Class of 2017.

30 June 2022

Priory welcomes its new pupils

On Wednesday evening we welcomed our new intake of pupils and their parents as they begin their journey at Priory.

30 June 2022

Rewards Trip Information - 30 June

Information for parents and pupils for the Trafford Centre and Blackpool Pleasure Beach trips going out on Thurs, 30 June.

30 June 2022

Mrs Gidden's cool reader's club - Favour

These are our reading stars put forward by their English teacher. We interview them about their current book, what they like reading and what they like to do when they’re not reading. Introducing Favour...

29 June 2022

Year 9 Sparks attend mini masters event

Year 9 pupils took part in a mini-masters event designed to stretch and challenge them beyond the scope of the normal school curriculum.