Pupils from Years 9-11 were invited to take part in UCLan's 'Top of the Bench' chemistry event.
STEM Club has been busy investigating the colours made when burning metal ions.
Mrs Potter is Priory’s new Assistant Head of Science and joined the school at the end of the last academic year.
Year 7 have made a fantastic start to their learning in Science. Over the summer they have been working hard on various pieces of Science homework.
The Eco Committee have had a very informative visit to Whitefield Primary School to meet their Eco Ambassadors.
Priory has hosted a STEM event for our local primary schools where pupils were given an enterprise challenge.
In celebration of British Science Week, pupils in Year 7 and Year 8 have been applying their knowledge to STEM challenges.
In September we welcomed Mrs Roberts into the Science Department.
Eco Committee has entered the school into Duracell's national competition, The Big Battery Hunt, to get you recycling batteries.
It is thanks to one of our Year 10 astronomy pupils that we discovered the universe could come to Priory.
Year 7s Wren and Georgia came top of the class after they were joint winners of a Science Summer Competition.
Priory pupils are once again reaching for the stars as they look to sign up the new Year 9s to start their Astronomy GCSE course in September,
Year 9 girls were invited to take part in a STEM careers workshop with a focus on careers in engineering, construction and manufacturing.
Priory's alumni were leading the way at the Institute of Physics conference in London
Mr Cox used to be a pupil at Priory and he says the school is 'unrecognisable' from his early days after returning as a Science teacher earlier this year.
Priory pupils were fully engaged in the poster competition which was launched during British Science Week.
Science teacher Mr Cox led the way with a week-long list of events which had a science theme – and pupils and staff alike all embraced the tasks.
Thank you to everyone who baked and supported the Science department's bake off in celebration of British Science Week.
Science teacher Mr Cox is leading the British Science Week celebrations, with the week starting next Monday, 14 March.
This morning pupils were invited to meet local colleges, universities and employers at our careers event to discuss post-16 options in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Maths (STEAM).
Each school day in December, pupils had to answer a tricky question.
The start of December means advent calendars. Chocolate, sweets, and... science?! That's right!
Miss Nouraghaeii's Year 8 and 10 science classes have become Supersized Climate Heroes and have been awarded a Blue Peter Climate Heroes green badge!
CSI came to Priory as the pupils designed a photofit and admitted it was tricky even with it being someone they knew!
Over the summer, Year 7 pupils were tasked with challenges from the English, Maths and Science departments to prepare them for the term ahead.
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.
The Science department is recruiting current Year 8s to join their astronomy club with a view to taking a GCSE in the subject.
Year 7 pupils admitted they were 'excited' to use Bunsen Burners as science experiments returned to Priory.
It’s a dream to be awarded a coveted Blue Peter Badge – and Priory pupils are working towards being presented with the green version.
This week we have been celebrating British Science week: A ten-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths.
The Science Department have welcomed two new members to their team this month.
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.