Prospective Sixth Form pupils got the opportunity to find out more about what Rydal Penrhos has to offer at a special event.
A large number of families descended on the Ferguson Centre for the school’s Sixth Form Open Evening on Tuesday, December 3, and Principal John Waszek opened proceedings with a welcome address that centred on the importance of decision-making during the next stage of education.
Head Boy Ioan Peake-Jones and Head Girl Millie Collins spoke glowingly about their academic and extra-curricular experiences at Rydal Penrhos to those in attendance, and Head of Sixth Form Leah Crimes addressed everyone passionately about one of the cornerstones of the school’s success in recent years.
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Assistant Head Rhian Williams showcased the vast AS, A level and Cambridge Technical options available to Sixth Form pupils at Rydal Penrhos, and various departments were on hand to discuss more in-depth about the course structure and the benefits they provide.
Short tours were led by Rydal Penrhos’ Prefect team that visited outstanding areas such as Art, Drama, Music, Physical Education and Science, before returning to the Ferguson Centre to discuss the next step with the school’s dedicated staff.
Rydal Penrhos is offering two fully funded day places for Year 12 entry in 2020, and anyone that missed Sixth Form Open Evening and would like an individual tour should contact Admissions Officer Jenny Marsden on 01492 530155 or email email@example.com.