There were activities and excursions aplenty during the second week of Rydal Penrhos’ half-term October Holiday Club.
The Rydal Penrhos Holiday Club is open during the school holidays and provides an extensive programme of activities that the children can experience. It also helps assist them with their emotional, physical, social, intellectual, language and creative development.
But of course, they don’t realise all this. For them, it is just good fun.
The Holiday Club is open to all Rydal Penrhos pupils and the wider community. Our incredible staff team vary the schedule throughout the day and the October half-term was action-packed, to say the least.
Those using the provision were immensely active throughout the two-week period, with the school making the most of our fantastic location and the notable attractions just a short distance away from Rydal Penrhos.
It was a frantic conclusion to the second week of activities, which included a visit to the nearby Welsh Mountain Zoo in Colwyn Bay, where they got up close and personal with the exotic wildlife situated at the picturesque site.
Another notable excursion saw the Holiday Club make a trip to Bodnant Gardens, where they explored the vast grounds and discovered more about the different creatures inhabiting the National Trust area.
Holiday Club members also got active with a bike ride to Angel Bay to take in the seals occupying the narrow shore. On their trek, they even bumped into Rob Shelley from ITV Wales News, who was kind enough to stop for a picture.
Cake making, lego creation and the dreaded pie-face game were other memorable activities from another hugely successful and worthwhile few days for those involved.
Everyone at Rydal Penrhos would like to thank our incredible staff for providing an exceptional programme for our Holiday Club users, who threw themselves into every challenge and made the most of their half-term break.