Budding Preparatory School scientists took part in a series of fun-filled experiments as part of a Holiday Club initiative.
The school held a special Science Week for those attending the programme, where they got the chance to explore new areas of the subject and try their hand at the practical side of the topic.
During the play scheme programme those in attendance have been examining their own fingerprints, making their own slime and blowing up lunch bags to heighten both their fun and learning.
The week is part of a summer-long series of events at Rydal Penrhos, which have been set-up to keep children active during the holidays in a safe and familiar environment, while also making sure their learning gets a significant boost outside of the classroom.
Deputy Head Alison Hind, said: “Events like these are a great way for our pupils to keep in-touch with their classmates during the holidays, but their education also gets a huge boost in terms of experiencing things they might not get the chance to in the classroom.
“Our staff to a wonderful job of making sure each pupil gets the most out of their time with us during the summer Play Scheme, and hopefully they will see the rewards when they return to school officially in September.”