A large number of Preparatory School pupils have become the latest to secure success within a thriving academic initiative.
Rydal Penrhos staff devised the popular Spelling Challenge scheme for pupils in 2017, which has three different levels each with 110 words.
The pupils have been encouraged to work towards their incremental targets of Gold, Silver and Bronze within each stage, with the duo receiving their respective accolades from Prep School Head Alison Hind and Assistant Head Catherine Hughes at the facility’s weekly Celebration Assembly on Friday, May 24.
Year 5 pupil Rupert Barrington-Chance is now the proud owner of a Stage Two Gold Award and can progress to the final three levels after coming through his latest assessment with flying colours, and Xavier Poynton also secured success in the form of a Stage Two Silver accolade.
Siham Clarke and Steffan Atenstaedt continued their impressive progress through the scheme with Stage Two Bronze Award triumphs, with Lexi-May Williams, Nathan Richards and Ela Lloyd-Bloom all managed to attain Stage One Gold.
Prep School Head Alison Hind, said: “The way our young pupils have taken to the demands of our Spelling Challenge is a testament to their ability to perform well under pressure and the support they receive from the wonderful staff we are fortunate to have here at Rydal Penrhos.
“The challenge has thrived since we began it in 2017, and the satisfaction of success is the same whether it be a Year 2 pupil in their first assessment or an older pupil in the final stages of another very useful learning tool.”