A host of Preparatory School pupils got the chance to test their limits during a special holiday club event.
The young thrill-seeking pupils were given the chance to climb Conwy Mountain as part of the club’s Sports Week, which was designed to enhance learning and sample different experiences during the summer holidays.
In addition to scaling the peaks, they also abseiled down the rocky cliff face under the supervision of staff and Head of Boys’ Games Jamie McLeod.
This comes on the back of the senior school’s Activity Week, where pupils across all age groups took part in everything from a sailing residential to a community action day.
Deputy Head Alison Hind, said: “Our holiday club is a fantastic way for our pupils to get together during the holidays, and to experience different things they may not get the chance to during school time.
“Our pupils are willing to try anything and always put their best foot forward, which is an essential part of enhancing their learning.
“Scaling the mountain was a daunting task but they overcame any adversity and fear to achieve their goal - something that they always do when presented with a difficult task.”