News: Year 8
Who thought that Textiles could be so much fun!
Teachers nominated Lead Learners from Years 7 and 8 not necessarily for their academic achievements but primarily for their resilience, behaviour and helpfulness.
Mrs Kursitis' Year 8 classes have been creating earthquake proof buildings this week.
Year 8 Chloe R was 'puntastic' as she won our annual Design a Bookmark competition!
The girls worked together to come up with an escape room challenge and tasked the rest of the year group and younger pupils to get their lateral thinking caps on.
After school on Thursday, Mrs Cowell invited Year 8 pupils to join her for her World Tapas Day cookery club.
Year 8 Daniel M was ‘Best in School’ at the recent Junior Mathematical Challenge (UKMT) as he collected a Gold Award.
Mrs Cowell will be running her next Creative Cookery workshop for Year 8 on 16 June where you’ll be celebrating World Tapas Day!
These are our reading stars put forward by their English teacher. We interview them about their current book, what they like reading and what they like to do when they’re not reading. Introducing Ethan...
The History and English Departments are working together again and it’s a subject that has got pupils gripped – a serial killer.
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.
Year 8 pupils have been tasked with researching and creating a presentation on whatever part of history interests them.
The Year 8 girls team took part in a South Ribble football tournament at Balshaw's High School, and won!
Earlier this week, Priory took part in the South Ribble Indoor Athletics competition for Year 7 & 8 pupils.
This week in French, Year 8 have been learning about directions.
Year 8 got a pizza the action when they attended Mrs Cowell's Creative Cookery Club.
These are our reading stars put forward by their English teacher. We interview them about their current book, what they like reading and what they like to do when they’re not reading. Introducing Layla...
The ICT & Computing Department has been gifted with a 3D printer...
Last week we met up with five of our sporting stars whose dedication and hard slog is getting the results they deserve. Here's Oliver's story..
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!
Last weekend Year 8 Oliver represented Lancashire in the Inter-counties squash competition.
Last night Year 7 and 8 girls played in a 7-a-side football competition at Balshaws’ High School.
The year group were set a creative challenge which will also prove useful for pupils' Accelerated Reading (AR) sessions.
It's Bookmark Competition time again for Year 8. This year your theme is 'Everybody's Reading'.
There was certainly Much Ado About Something as Year 8s set to work on bringing a Shakespeare classic into the modern era.
Year 8 call upon their creative skills as they are challenged to design a modern, contemporary book cover for Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing.