A large number of Preparatory School pupils recorded success from an ongoing learning initiative to sign off the academic year in style.
Rydal Penrhos’ hard-working and passionate staff devised a new spelling challenge 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 host of certificates have already been issued as a result of their hard work since the initiative began.
Martha-Rose Johnson, Shane Ayeni, William Cheesley, Felix Griffin, Noah Roberts and Areesha Owais managed to gain another certificate before the summer break, successfully coming through their respective Stage Two Silver assessments with flying colours.
There was further cause for celebration as April Mills attained her Stage Two Bronze Award after a fantastic effort.
Each pupil will continue to work hard throughout the summer on improving their vocabulary in the hope of securing further accolades in relation to the thriving challenge when the new academic year begins in September.
Prep School Head Alison Hind, said: “This is a great way for our pupils to finish the Spelling Challenge this year, and it should give them plenty of cause for encouragement for their future assessments following the summer break.
“I am especially pleased to see the challenge continuing to draw a significant amount of enthusiasm across all year groups here at Rydal Penrhos, and my thanks go to the staff who are on hand to support each child throughout the process.”