Our School

Highfield Priory School is an Independent Co-educational Day School for children from the age of six months to eleven years. We are situated in the Fulwood area of Preston, within easy distance of the M6 which makes us handy for parents on their daily commute. The school is a real haven of tranquillity amidst the hustle and bustle of the busy city. We enjoy nine acres of grounds, our own conservation area and outdoor classroom.

Our Nursery School

Our Nursery School is situated in its own purpose built bungalow within the school grounds and it retains its independent character whilst enjoying all the additional facilities that the school has to offer.

Values and Aims

Highfield Priory School believes in aiming high in all areas of school life. We encourage our children to have high standards, not only with regard to academic success but also with regard to behaviour, self-respect, self-discipline and good manners.

School Aims

  • To encourage all pupils to develop their full potential by stimulating their intellectual curiosity, enthusiasm and imagination
  • To promote excellence in academic, creative and sporting endeavours
  • To teach the value of integrity and a concern for others
  • To enhance pupils' appreciation of their own and other cultures
  • To develop self-confidence and independence so that they are well equipped to play an active role in society

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In preparation for creating their own historical and cultural event in PSHEE, 5D have been sharing their family histories and cultural celebrations and practices with the rest of the class. Natasha spoke about her Great Grandfather who was a Reconnaissance Soldier in WWII and Aditi spoke about Diwali and how it is celebrated within her family. The children in 5D were full of questions and enthusiasm for each other's talks.
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Our Year 4 girls made Mrs Parsons very proud as they all represented Highfield for the first time at an Away fixture against Oakhill School. They won a game, lost a game and conducted themselves beautifully throughout. Well done girls! ... See moreSee less

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