Year 6 pupils at Rydal Penrhos delivered some generous donations from the Prep production of Paws and Claws to the RSPCA this week.
It was an absolute pleasure to see Rydal Penrhos pupils in Years 3 to 6 strutting their stuff on stage once again during the production of Paws and Claws. This was a testament to their hard work during rehearsals, ability to encourage others and supreme confidence to perform so well in front of a live audience.
The whole occasion was an absolute triumph. Something that’s been prevalent across all areas of Prep School life since the start of the academic year and the easing of COVID-19 restrictions that swiftly followed.
Pupils were also keen to do their part for the community as part of the production. This resulted in a collection taking place for food and equipment, which have now been distributed to the RSPCA Centre situated in nearby Bryn-y-Maen.
After another incredible display of generosity from those that attended the production, Year 6 made the short trip to the centre with the donated items that were handed to the hard-working staff situated at the facility.
As part of their visit, Year 6 for the opportunity to ask Libby, who is a supervisor at the centre, about the important work that takes place throughout the community to assist animals in distress or need across the Colwyn Bay and Conwy county region on a daily basis.
Everyone at Rydal Penrhos would like to thank everyone who generously donated items to a very worthy cause. A huge well done also goes to the pupils for their ongoing commitment to making the world around them a better place.