Staff and pupils at Rydal Penrhos took to the stage for a festive competition, with first reserve in the dinner queue up for grabs.
The much-anticipated Inter-House Christmas Singing competition took place on Tuesday, December 18, which saw Wesley, Osborn, Payne and Morgan compete for vital House points.
Each house had been working incredibly hard in the lead-up to the showcase during a number of different rehearsals, and after a hugely competitive morning of entertainment it was Wesley who emerged victorious for a second year in succession.
Other notable highlights included Ewan Luke dressing up as a Snowman for the Payne contribution, and Duke of Edinburgh co-ordinator Dr Jim Lewis started the Osborn song with a comical rap solo.
There was also a performance from staff to conclude proceedings, and the competition was judged by the exceptional eyes and ears of Rydal Penrhos’ Director of Music Pete Williams.
He said: “The standard of our Christmas Singing competition seems to get higher and higher every year, and once again it was a wonderful demonstration of the vocal and musical we have here at Rydal Penrhos.
“It was a hard job coming up with an overall winner such was the quality of each performance on the day, and I would like to offer my congratulations not only to Wesley House, but to all pupils and staff that took part and made the competition such a roaring success.”