A selfless Rydal Penrhos pupil took time out of his GCSE revision over the Easter holidays to lend his support to a nationwide initiative.
Ethan Davies, a Year 11 pupil at the school, volunteered with the Surfers Against Sewage group at Stoke Beach in Hampshire as part of the Big Spring Beach Clean, which was held across the country earlier this month.
The 15-year-old spent the day cleaning litter and other items off the coastline alongside others supporting the campaign, and this is the latest in a series of community projects the boarder gets involved in both at Rydal Penrhos and away from school.
Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) is a grassroots movement tackling plastic pollution and protecting the UK’s coastlines for all to enjoy safely and sustainably.
Ethan hopes to also extend his volunteering efforts to the Conwy branch of SAS in the future, and he also made headlines recently thanks to his fantastic efforts during his recent GCSE Art examination.
Deputy Head Tim Cashell, said: “This is yet more exceptional work from Ethan, which further demonstrates the sort of character he is and we are proud to have him here at Rydal Penrhos.
“He is an exceptional person and valued member of the school community, and it is great to see him and others do their bit for community causes in their own time.”