A host of Preparatory School pupils have become the latest to achieve success in a special learning initiative.
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 six receiving certificates from Deputy Head Alison Hind at their weekly Celebration Assembly on Friday, March 2.
The Year 6 trio of Ethan Akroyd, Harry Fardoe and Liam Farrell are now just two steps away from completing the challenge after securing their Stage Three Bronze Award, while Cieran Milligan achieved his Stage Two Bronze after successfully coming through the test.
Year 5 pupil Freya Berklay also climbed one-step further up the ladder, and rounding off the successes was Louis Walkden-Williams, who continues to fly through the levels since enrolling in September after gaining his Stage One Gold accolade.
Deputy Head Alison Hind, said: “Our Spelling Challenge has brought many wonderful achievements that have boosted the academic confidence of each pupil taking part, which is down to their commitment and the support they receive from our hard-working staff here at Rydal Penrhos.
“It is just one of many schemes that are implemented across the Prep School to enhance learning, and hopefully this trend of success will continue long into the future.”