Emotions ran high for Upper Sixth Form pupils during their final full day at Rydal Penrhos.
The class of 2019 said goodbye to the school ahead of their A-level examinations on Friday, May 17, with a host of different activities planned for the group before their departure.
There was a great source of excitement within the group as throughout the festivities, which saw them congregate at the Memorial Quad during morning break for a final photoshoot with form tutors.
The afternoon saw the group gather at the Ferguson Centre, where they were given one final speech from Head of Sixth Form Leah Crimes surrounding the impact they had all made on the school during their time here.
They also received their year books, which they spent time signing and discussing with their peers, and also took home their commemorative hoodies as a special memento to mark the occasion.
The group have two more scheduled dates at the school before heading off on their summer break and to the next stage of their journey, with the Leavers’ Service set for 4pm at St John’s Church on Friday and Rydal Penrhos’ Speech Day on Saturday.
Senior School Head Sally Ann Harding, said: “Our Upper Sixth Form group have been a real credit to themselves and the teaching staff that have worked incredibly hard to steer them in the right direction during their time at Rydal Penrhos.
“Hopefully they can carry on our rich tradition of examination success in the coming weeks, and we wish them all the luck and best wishes in the world with whatever they go on to do in later life.”