A large number of aspiring actors at Rydal Penrhos received recognition with special awards at a recent event.
Middle School and Sixth Form pupils were presented with full and half colours in Drama at Rydal Penrhos’ second annual Creative and Performing Arts dinner, which took place at the Ferguson Centre on Wednesday, April 3.
Ethan Davies, Harry Hackman, Cassie Parry, Zahra Shamsi, Amy Yue, Niamh Hall, Nishita Koushik, Barooj Maqsood, Tegid Goodman-Jones, Cerys Cuddihy, Anna Parry-Williams, Sydney Johnson, Amanda Sperring, Eddie Hackman and Teddy Roberts were presented with half colours by Senior School Head Sally Ann Harding as a result of their sterling efforts throughout the academic year.
More senior members of the Rydal Penrhos community received full colours as a well-deserved reward for their exceptional overall contribution to the Performing Arts, with Jenny Blackman, Miles Poller, Sean Hughes, Grace Ormerod, Ruby James, Alistair Irvine, Joe Morrow, Daisy Harker-Weston and Heidi Jack taking home the distinctions.
Mrs Harding, said: “We are very fortunate to have so much talent within our outstanding Performing Arts provision here at Rydal Penrhos, and their unrivalled dedication and enthusiasm is matched by Mrs Crimes, Mrs Jones, Miss Earle and Mr Davies on a daily basis.
“They have done a considerable amount to raise the profile of the school and for those departing on their next stage of their journeys this summer we offer our sincerest thanks for making Rydal Penrhos a better place.”