It’s been another memorable week of activities for those using the Rydal Penrhos Holiday Club, which is open to current pupils and the wider community.
The Rydal Penrhos Holiday Club is open during the school holidays and provides an extensive programme of activities for the children to experience. This is not only a lot of fun, but it also helps assist them with their emotional, physical, social, intellectual, language and creative development.
Staff have done a wonderful job of devising a comprehensive provision full of adventures and exciting challenges, which includes plenty to enjoy across prominent landmarks across the North Wales region.
The Holiday Club has something for everyone and this summer is no exception thanks to the sterling commitment of our dedicated staff team.
It’s been a busy start to August for the group, with an action-packed schedule of fun-filled activities that take full advantage of Rydal Penrhos’ incredible location on the North Wales coast.
Among the latest series of trips included a memorable voyage to the South Stack on Anglesey, which is one of the most picturesque areas anywhere in the region and something each child enjoyed enormously.
Other activities included biking along the shoreline and an afternoon at Pensarn Park. Holiday Club children also enjoyed a talk on water safety from RNLI representatives as part of their filing for the popular BBC show Saving Lives at Sea.
The Summer Holiday Club is running until 26 August (Monday to Friday). For those aged 5 to 12, the Holiday Club is open for external children. For current Rydal Penrhos pupils, the Holiday Club is open for Pre-School to Year 8.
The cost is £45 per day and includes all trips, activities, sports and crafts as well as two snacks, a packed lunch and a fresh-cooked meal. A sibling discount of 5 per cent is available.
To book now as a current Rydal Penrhos parent please log in to your Schools Buddy App.
To book now as a family who does not attend the school, click here.
For any further enquiries contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01492 530155.