There was a big surprise at Rydal Penrhos Pre-School children this week in the form of their very own ‘Bikeability Breakfast’.
Rydal Penrhos Pre-School not only lays the foundations for a successful education, but the thriving department also provides pupils with opportunities to develop other life skills and help them achieve significant milestones that they can take with them into later life.
This has been proven to improve areas such as confidence, self-esteem, and the knowledge that anything can be accomplished from a very early age under the expert supervision and guidance of the school’s staff team.
Another fine example of this for our Pre-Schoolers arrived this week with a special ‘Bikeability Breakfast’, which is a new initiative implemented by Rydal Penrhos and took place on the picturesque Prep School playground.
There was plenty of buzzing and whirring as more than 20 bikes weaved around pupils and parents, who were invited to come and join in the fun before going about their busy days.
Mrs Lucy Davies, who is Deputy Principal and Head of Prep at Rydal Penrhos, said: “Learning to ride can be difficult in gardens and on pavements and the children absolutely adored the chance to ride around a larger space.
“This is the latest in a series of post-covid opportunities for our Pre-School parents to come in and join with activities with their children. It was also great to see parents chatting together and supporting each other through the trials and tribulations associated with children learning to ride a bike.”
The range of ‘vehicles’ was huge and the school’s bikes had been widely supplemented by favourite bikes brought in from home. Parents were invited into the school library for a beautiful breakfast spread, which included pain au chocolat and pastries whilst the children registered.
On behalf of everyone at Rydal Penrhos, we would like to thank our wonderful Pre-School staff for setting this up and giving our pupils so many exciting opportunities.