News: Year 11
Year 11 pupil, Chloe, scaled the summit of Mount Snowdon to raise money for the British Heart Foundation.
Despite an incredibly tough two years for everyone in preparing our pupils for their GCSEs, we have a real sense of celebration today with pupils achieving great results in all subject areas.
After a three year hiatus, the tradition of the Year 11 prom was finally back on the curriculum.
GCSE results will be available for Class of 2022 to collect from school on Thursday, 25 August between 10am and 12 noon.
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.
Important information for Year 10 parents and pupils go on the Alton Towers trip Thurs, 30 June.
Emotions were high on Thursday as our Year 11s spent their last day at Priory.
From a photographer, to a translator, to an architect, to a police dog handler – that’s just four of the jobs our outstanding Year 11s are striving for.
It was the English Schools FA National Finals last weekend and we are extremely delighted to announce that one of our Year 11 girls led out a winning Lancashire team.
We wish you all the very best of luck during the next six weeks as you embark on your GCSE exams.
A Year 11 group of 30 pupils travelled by minibus for a superb long weekend to a wonderful youth hostel at Helmsley, North Yorkshire.
Year 11 pupil has a passion for fashion and is following her dreams!
On Monday we took over 70 pupils on a 'literature extravaganza!'
Year 11 pupil, Jazmin, has led the Under 16s Lancashire County Schools FA girls team into the national finals.
This week in French, in the spirit of Valentine’s Day, Year 11 have been speed dating in preparation for their mock speaking exams.
This week we met up with five of our sporting stars whose dedication and hard slog is getting the results they deserve. Here's Umar's story..
The start of December means advent calendars. Chocolate, sweets, and... science?! That's right!
CSI came to Priory as the pupils designed a photofit and admitted it was tricky even with it being someone they knew!
The Languages department is currently supporting a Year 11 pupil through her personal study of GCSE Japanese.
Well done to Year 11, Jazmin, who was part of the winning Lancashire Schools FA Girls Under 16s squad at the Inter County National Cup last weekend.
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.
Priory’s Year 11 pupils hope to be the footballers, film producers, BMX champions, chefs and engineers of the future.