A host of Preparatory pupils have received acknowledgement for their academic prowess with success in a school-led Spelling Challenge.
Rydal Penrhos staff devised the popular scheme for pupils last year, which has three different levels each with 110 words.
The pupils have been encouraged to work towards their incremental targets of Gold, Silver and Bronze within each stage, and a number have already completed the challenge since its inception.
Under the guidance of dedicated staff at the Prep School, each pupil has been working hard on improving their vocabulary during the academic year, with 12 receiving certificates from Deputy Head Alison Hind at their weekly Celebration Assembly on Friday, February 23.
Telor Jones and Theo Roberts now move on to the final three levels of the challenge after obtaining their Stage Two Gold Award, while Ellis Lister-Brookes achieved the Silver honour in the same category.
A large number also secured their Stage Two Bronze awards, with Ellie Knight, Harrison McKinnel, Charlotte Knight, Lily Copeland, Cammie de la Mare Norris, Jorgie Lynch, Angelo Katsouris, Izhran Shah and Cameron Pye all achieving the feat.
Deputy Head Alison Hind, said: “It is always wonderful to see so many of our pupils developing their knowledge as part of the Spelling Challenge, which is one of the many academic initiatives we have implemented to aid with the learning of each child under our care.
“The challenge has really captured the imagination of our pupils, who see each certificate as a great source of pride and vindication for all their hard work.”