"Our child thrives at school. He enjoys every aspect and we love that all children know each other whatever age or class they are in. The family ethos at the school is something we see as unique." (Highfield Parent)

Our School

Highfield Priory 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 Mission


Highfield Priory School encourages and inspires its children to aim high in all that they do, not only with regard to academic success but also with regard to behaviour, self-respect, self-discipline and good manners. We are committed to helping our children to prepare for their future.


Our 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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Well done to all of our cross country runners who took part in the ISA Cross Country at Beech House on Wednesday. With around 120 runners in each event and muddy conditions, the races were tough. However, the Highfield spirit and great determination shone through to produce some excellent performances. Well done everyone!
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Our Reception children have done some amazing map work recently and the idea came from Harriet who said she wanted to find Chorley on a map. The children talked with their talk partners about maps and direction. They then helped each other to find places on a grid and they even went outside in the snow to practise following directions. Well done, Reception!
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