Rydal Penrhos’ Modern Foreign Languages department have organised a trip to one of Europe’s most iconic cities as part of Activity Week.
The group will spend three night in the French capital city of Paris from Monday, July 2 until Thursday 5, and a host of activities and visits have been scheduled during their stay.
Those with a flavour for fine art will be in their element during their visit to the Musee D’Orsay, and they will also be taking the renowned Bateau Mouche tour along the Seine to see the Eiffel Tower among other things.
The trip will also include the chance to see the palace of Versailles and they will be using their French skills to good use to buy baguettes, ham and cheese from the Boulangerie for a picnic in a Parisian park.
Window shopping on the Champs Elysees and dining out French style are two other highlights that the group will enjoy before heading off on their summer holidays.
Activity Week is run during the final few days of the academic year, and provides a wealth of fun-filled and challenging experiences for each year group as a reward for their hard work over the previous ten months.
Deputy Head Tim Cashell, said: “Activity Week is always a cause of great excitement for staff and pupils here at Rydal Penrhos, and the upcoming MFL Paris trip is going to be another fantastic experience and one I am sure everyone going on it will embrace fully.”