Year 9 pupils at Rydal Penrhos participated in a special writing project involving Years 3 and 4 before their well-deserved summer break.
One thing that remains a source of great pride at Rydal Penrhos is the close-knit community across the school. This forms a core part of our ethos and is incorporated into the curriculum, house competitions and extra-curricular activities, aiding development considerably.
This is something that is evident on a day-to-day basis across Rydal Penrhos from Pre-School to Sixth Form. The family feel across the school provides a safe, happy environment that enables pupils to thrive and achieve great things throughout their education.
Year 9 were given the task of writing a story about pupils in Years 3-4. In order to achieve this, they spent a considerable period of time with the Prep contingent, interviewing them about their life, family, likes, dislikes and what particular things they enjoy at Rydal Penrhos.
The senior group then went back into the classroom to come up with a story based on the information acquired, which were put into books and delivered to the Prep pupils as a gift before heading off on their well-deserved summer holidays.
This was obviously a source of great excitement for Year 3 and 4 pupils. And it was great to see Year 9 interacting so well with them during the story presentation.
Everyone at Rydal Penrhos would like to congratulate Year 9 on a job well done and offer our thanks to Years 3 and 4 for their exceptional commitment to a very worthwhile project.