A host of Preparatory School pupils have been rewarded for their exceptional work over the last fortnight thanks to an ongoing initiative.
As part of Rydal Penrhos’ achievement scheme, pupils across all age groups have been selected for accolades in recognition of their academic and co-curricular efforts throughout the week.
The worthy recipients received their respective awards from Prep School Head Alison Hind at Rydal Penrhos’ weekly Celebration Assemblies on November 30 and December 7.
Reception: Camilla Simmons - for working hard all the time.
Year 1: Layko Driver - for growing confidence in swimming.
Year 2: Clara Donohue - for outstanding work in Maths.
3JW: Eleanor Turner & Ella Payne - for always being so kind, polite and well-behaved. For super work in Maths
4CEC: Felix Griffin - for setting a good example in class.
5JP: Amelia Williams & William Glanville: for enthusiasm and expertise in hockey. For being such a good friend
6CC: Freya Berklay - for always contributing enthusiastically in Maths & English lessons.
6JM: Freddie Barrington-Chance - for his warrior-like spirit.
Reception: Cai Valentine-Cottam - for singing his heart out in our rehearsals.
Year 1: Eglantine Chasteau - for being a reliable and enthusiastic helper in class.
Year 2: Alexandra Lopez-Moreno - for walking round school sensibly.
3JW: Kenzie Livingstone & Steffan Atenstaedt - for being an excellent example of good behaviour. For always working quietly in class.
4CEC: Lewis Jellicoe - for his fabulous independent work in Maths this week.
5JP: Rupert Barrington-Chance & Cameron Pye - for his resourcefulness in a crisis. For being a friend to others in need
6CC: Tristan Griffiths & Grace Watkins - for his outstanding performances at the Christmas concert. For being a good example to others, both in her academic work and the kindness that she shows.
6JM: Molly Alefounder - for her positive attitude and effort in Maths.
Two very deserving pupils were recognised for their outstanding creativity, with Noah Roberts and Tomas Milligan picking up the Artist of the Week after thoroughly impressing teacher Suzy Morris with their efforts.