Lower School pupils at Rydal Penrhos have received for their application during a special project.
The group were set the task of either creating something associated with Rydal Penrhos or on the theme of “The Sea”, and after a great deal of hard work, their respective projects were submitted to Headmaster Simon Smith on Friday, May 18.
During the planning process, a number of pupils enlisted the help of various staff members to come up with their designs, with projects ranging from a new school uniform to a detailed account of what occurred at the school during the Second World War.
They each spent around 20 hours working hard on the task, which has brought with it a host of spectacular pieces that highlighted the importance of encouraging creativity in a bid to boost learning, which is something that is evident throughout all areas of Rydal Penrhos life.
Each project will be judged by Mr Smith and the winner will be announced in the near future.
Deputy Head Tim Cashell, said: “This annual project is something that each Lower School pupil really looks forward to, as it is a chance to find out more about Rydal Penrhos’ rich history and appreciate the stunning location that the school is fortunate enough to be situated in.
“The standard once again was enormously high and we are always looking for exciting new ways for our pupils to get creative and boost their overall academic skills in the process.”