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Prep School weekly awards: October 16

Prep School weekly awards: October 16

A host of Preparatory School pupils have been rewarded for their exceptional work during the week thanks to an ongoing initiative.

As part of Rydal Penrhos’ achievement acknowledgement scheme, pupils across all age groups have been selected for accolades in recognition of their academic and co-curricular efforts throughout the week.

The previous two weeks have seen a large number come away with Stars of the Week for a variety of different reasons.

October 6:

Reception: Svaksh Singham - for trying so hard with all his work. 

Year 1: Archie-Glyn Chesworth - for a more confident approach to tasks. 

Year 2: Steffan Attenstaedt - for his commitment and diligence. 

3JW: Andy Wang - for working hard in class. 

4CEC: Agatha Favill - for working so hard in class and always behaving impeccably. 

5CC: Chloe Tillman Lennon - for her enthusiasm in class discussions and diligence in English lessons. 

5JP: Tristan Griffiths - for expressive language in his writing. 

6AG: Sophie Hall - for her enthusiasm and fabulous work ethic. 

6JM: Harry Fardoe - for his effort and application in Maths.

October 13:

Reception: Rufus Glanville - for working hard in class. 

Year 1: Keelan Shilton - for being a kind and generous friend

Year 2: Ava Culver - for her neatly presented work. 

3JW: Emily Nurse - for always being kind and helpful at all times. 

4CEC: Lucas Yu - for excellent diligence in his work at all times. 

5CC: Freya Berklay - for her enthusiastic contributions to Year 5’s trip to St Asaph Cathedral.

5JP: Grace Tavernor - for superb attention to detail in her homework. 

6AG: Sophie Hall - for her positive attitude and being a fantastic Open Morning Guide. 

6JM: Philo Rozek - for his good attitude and approach to cross country. 

Deputy Head Alison Hind, said: “All our pupils worked incredibly hard throughout all areas of Rydal Penrhos life, and these awards are a great way for their efforts to be acknowledged which gives them further inspiration in terms of their application to both their studies and extra-curricular activities.”

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