A Preparatory School year group got creative as part of a special history project.
The Year 4 group were tasked with designing and making Tudor houses with assistance from teaching staff and parents, and their work has been displayed at Rydal Penrhos throughout the week.
Each pupil took time out of their busy schedules to fine-tune their projects, and their hard work was evident in the overall quality of their creations.
To mark the end of the topic, they also took part in authentic Tudor Dancing during a fun-filled lesson.
This is a latest in a series of thought-provoking initiatives put on by the Prep School throughout the academic year, which have been implemented to inspire creativity and enhance learning and additional skills on a specific subject.
Teacher Catherine Culver, said: “I would like to say a big thank you to the Year 4 parents for helping their child to produce their Tudor Model house.
“At Rydal Penrhos we believe that creativity doesn’t end in the classroom or even at the school gate, and our parents also support this by learning at home and igniting an interest in their next history topic.
“The quality of the pieces shows just how much time and effort was spent on them, and I would like to congratulate them all on their dedication to what was a wonderful project.”