A group of Preparatory School pupils produced some exceptional pieces as part of a special history project.
The Year 4 group were tasked with designing and making Tudor houses their spare time, and their outstanding work has been displayed at Rydal Penrhos throughout the summer term.
Each pupil took time out of their busy schedules to fine-tune their projects, and their hard work was evident in the overall quality of their creations.
After the submissions were judged by Year 4 teacher Catherine Culver, a series of prizes were awarded to the most creative final designs, which were awarded to Eloise Brown, Agatha Favill, Archie Jeeves and Tommy Spall.
The class also got the chance to visit Plas Mawr in Conwy to enhance their knowledge of the subject ahead of their final project, and all received a significant amount of support throughout from Mrs Culver and other dedicated Prep School staff.
Deputy Head Alison Hind, said: “The standard of the entire project was once again very high, and it was fantastic to see our Year 4 class really embracing the Tudor topic which was reflected in the overall quality of the houses.
“They are very passionate about getting the most out of every experience afforded to them here at Rydal Penrhos, and they have also become a very cohesive team that does their utmost to help each other and other year groups that are currently living and learning at our fantastic facility here at Rydal Penrhos.”