Rydal Penrhos Prep School confirmed the annual House Cup winners after a series of exciting competitions throughout the academic year.
House pride is something that is evident across all areas of life at Rydal Penrhos. Whether it’s within Reception or right through to Sixth Form, pupils take a significant amount of pleasure in competing for their respective houses in pursuit of the overall title each academic year.
After a period of disruption due to COVID-19 restrictions, events took centre stage once again in recent months. Something that was sorely missed and provided a vibrant environment that builds friendships and forms a close bond between different year groups.
This is especially evident within the Prep School, which has been a hive of activity with house competitions and tournaments in various areas such as music, art and sport. The Year 6 house captains galvanised their groups exceptionally throughout, which was fantastic to see after so long without such occasions.
Another major event that goes a long way to determining the overall house cup winners is Sports Day, which was held in glorious sunshine on New Field and was a shining example of the community spirit emanating across Rydal Penrhos.
After all the points were tallied by our incredible Prep staff, Snowdon House scooped the 2021/22 cup with 4,216 points, with Lexi-May picking up the coveted trophy and thanking her housemates for a job well done before pupils and teachers departed for their well-deserved summer break.
They narrowly beat Pembroke House to attain the crown, with Brecon finishing third after giving their all.
We would like to congratulate Snowdon on their victory and to every pupil that represented their house in a positive fashion. Rydal Penrhos is already planning a bumper schedule for the next academic year in September!