A Preparatory School year group have received praise for their work during a special Geography project.
The Year 6 contingent at Rydal Penrhos spent a portion of the spring term finding out more about prominent historical landmarks situated throughout the globe, which focused primarily on major rivers within the African continent.
Each pupil was then tasked with detailing their findings in a creative document, with some outstanding work coming in as a result.
Freya Berklay was one of the award winners for her impressive work on the River Congo, with Rana Abou-Samra also receiving a prize for her exceptional final product on the River Nile.
Both pupils received a certificate and a chocolate treat from Executive Principal John Waszek and Prep School Head Alison Hind at Rydal Penrhos’ final Celebration Assembly before the Easter break.
Mrs Hind, said: “Our Year 6 group tackled this particular task with their customary enthusiasm and commitment, and their quality of their projects was very pleasing to see.
“They are a fantastic bunch who have all demonstrated a keen willingness to learn, and our staff do a tremendous job of nurturing their creative side and making their learning as fun and testing as possible.
“Well done to all on their wonderful efforts and congratulations to Freya and Rana on winning the prizes.”