News: Computer Science
Year 9 Taejuan has helped the Foxton Youth & Community Centre win a £2.2m funding bid.
The Year 10 GCSE Computer Science took first plan in a cyber themed workshop/escape room event at Lancaster University School of Mathematics.
Sixty Year 8 pupils were selected by the Head of ICT & Computer Science to take part in an exciting #InspiringLancashire project funded by BAE Systems.
Priory's Strategic ICT lead, Mr Bolton, attended an education focused technology event last month and won £5000 worth of Dell laptops for the school.
Year 10 Computer Science pupils have been invited to attend a 3D Design: 'Design to Make' workshop at Runshaw College.
Year 9 girls attended an engaging and interactive workshop which focussed on careers in STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths).
Over 40 enthusiastic Year 8 girls travelled to Blackburn for a CyberFirst Empower event designed to transform the way that girls think about careers in computing and challenge the under-representation of women.
Mrs Qadri loves giving her Year 10 Computer Science pupils a challenge – and this year it’s been to build Robot Arms.
Priory is looking to find the next Steve Jobs or Joe Wicks as we launch our new qualification, NCFE Level 2 Business and Enterprise, from September.
Sixty lucky Year 8 pupils have been selected by Head of ICT and Computer Science to take part in an exciting #InspiringLancashire Project, funded by BAE Systems.
The ICT & Computing Department has been gifted with a 3D printer...
Pupils at Priory were cracking codes and solving puzzles in their own innovative way as part of a Code Breaking Competition in Computer Science.
The Computing Department's inter-house competition has been launched this week
Priory's Head of ICT & Computer Science is taking part in a regional project to address gender disparity in ICT.