Children at Rydal Penrhos’ Early Years department lent their support to a nationwide initiative recently.
Staff at the Prep School arranged a special activity as part of their contribution to the Peppa Pig Muddy Puddle Walk, which took place at venues across the country last week.
During the event, which took place at Coed y Plant, Rydal Penrhos’ Forest School facility, the group participated in a host of muddy-themed activities including mixing colours with mud to come up with Peppa Pig paintings.
They also got the chance to carve their very own pigs by moulding mud during the exercise.
Deputy Head Alison Hind, said: “This was a fantastic way for our Early Years children to have some fun in a different environment to the classroom, and support a hugely successful initiative run by Save the Children.
“They do some incredible work worldwide and their service is one we are only too happy to support.
“Well done to all our Early Years children for their wonderful efforts and to our passionate and dedicated staff for organising another brilliant event for the group.”