News: Learning for Life
There will be a regular ongoing collection for the Penwortham Food Bank taking place from now on.
Headteacher Mr Eastham had his official photograph taken with the new senior prefect team as they all promised to make Priory ‘an even better place' to learn.
Earlier on in the term we had a focus on mental health and promoted this year's theme of 'Back to Nature' in order to suggest ways in which our school community could use the nature around us to improve our own mental health.
A small group of Year 7 students shortlisted the name as part of their role in helping to care for the Science department's animals.
Recently, two of our pupils have approached us wanting to raise awareness of a medical condition that affects their every day lives. This week with met with Year 10 pupil, Darcy, to talk about diabetes.
Year 11 Summer has made use of lockdown by growing her hair for charity.
Recently, two of our pupils have approached us wanting to raise awareness of a medical condition that affects their every day lives. This week with met with Year 9 pupil, Scarlett.
This second defibrillator can be found fixed to the wall outside the Technology block, right next to our 3G pitch and sports field.
Mental Health Awareness Week is an annual event that recognises the importance of emotional wellbeing and is a great time to think about how we're feeling.
Last Wednesday saw the staff and pupils enjoy Penwortham Priory Academy’s first Wellbeing Day.
For one day only, we're temporarily suspending lessons to focus on our pupils' well-being.
Pupils had fun in their Learning for Life session yesterday as they pledged to support Year 8 Leon with his fundraising.
There was food, winter woollies, children's toys and Christmas chocolate treats a plenty - we were astounded by your support! Thank you to everyone who has donated to the appeal.
The Year 8 young carer is in the midst of fundraising for Handicapped Children's Action Group (HCAG), a charity that has recently supported his brother.
Priory’s Equality & Diversity Club was set up by Year 8 pupil India on a subject she feels passionately about.
Learning for Life sessions are about skills you will use now and in the future.