News: Creative Arts
Musicians Excellence and Shivam made use of the school instruments to perform at an evening musical entertainment event.
When we heard Hamilton was in Manchester we made sure we got tickets.
Priory’s perfect Christmas Card design this year belongs to Year 10 Tilly who is keeping it in the family!
There were wonderful words expressed by those who came to watch the school's musical production this week.
It will all be about fashion, beauty and a Harvard Law Degree when the Priory cast take to the stage for the production of Legally Blonde!
There were talented dancers, actors, musicians, singers and a monologue as we hosted our Summer Arts Festival on Wednesday.
Join us for a delightful evening of Music, Drama and Dance.
Three Priory pupils are boosting their creative talents by attending UCLan's Saturday Club.
The Mary Poppins cast visited Salvatore’s as a reward for their commitment to Priory's production.
The hard work and dedication from everyone has paid off and once again you all shone brightly.
Artist Stephen Asbury, whose commissioned work is displayed in the Humanities building, returns to deliver workshops to talented Year 9s.
During its renovations, The Harris Museum will be surrounded by a mural created by a local artist and Year 9 pupils drawn from the themes of industrial heritage and migration to Preston.
This is the first time we have looked at performing such an educational, thought-provoking piece of theatre.
We have been fortunate to be invited to work with an eminent local artist on a design project in conjunction with The Harris Museum & Art Gallery
Members of the Matilda cast visited Salvatore’s Italian restaurant as a reward for their involvement and commitment to Priory's production.
“Absolutely stunning,” was how Head of Art, Mrs Hopes, described the winning entry of our Priory Christmas card competition.
West End star, Layton Williams, spent the day at Priory delivering drama and dance workshops to Year 9, 10 & 11 pupils.
Drama Teacher, Miss Howell, is super excited about our special visitor - Layton Williams..
Working on the theme of 'beetles, bugs and butterflies', this piece was created in Biro using varying mark-making techniques.