A groups of pupils at Rydal Penrhos have explored the school’s history for a special project.
The Lower School group were set a task of creating something associated with Rydal Penrhos, which was designed to get their creative juices flowing and to allow them to apply any skills they have learnt in class.
During the planning process a number of pupils enlisted the help of various staff members to come up with their designs, with projects ranging from a new school uniform to a detailed account of what occurred at the school during the Second World War.
They each spent around 20 hours working hard on the task, which has brought with it a host of spectacular pieces that will be judged by Headmaster Simon Smith, who stated that “some of the work is truly remarkable”.
The winners will be revealed at Rydal Penrhos’ annual Speech Day event, which will be held on Saturday, May 27.
Deputy Head Tim Cashell, said: “All of our Lower School group have dedicated a tremendous amount of time to making this project a success, which is clearly evident when you see the overall standard of their final submission.
“Congratulations to all for their wonderful efforts and we look forward to recognising the winners at this year’s Speech Day.”