Early Years children at Rydal Penrhos concluded a very successful community outreach programme this week.
Throughout the academic year, the youngest members of the Preparatory School have been visiting Merton Place in Colwyn Bay, interacting with residents at the site on a weekly basis.
Their final visit saw the contingent take part in a series of fun-filled outdoor activities, which were observed by residents in their picturesque garden area.
Connect Four and Ten Pin Bowling were among the games that the group participated in throughout their visit, and they also performed a series of seaside-themed songs that were extremely well received by those in attendance.
Staff also contributed by reading seaside stories to the children and Merton Place residents to conclude their time at the facility.
Prep School Head Alison Hind, said: “This was a fantastic way to round off what has been a very worthwhile experience for our Early Years children and those residing at Merton Place.
“We are very proud of our community involvement here at Rydal Penrhos, and the initiative is something that our young children got an enormous amount out of.
“The visits have been a source of great excitement for them during another wonderful academic year for our Early Years department, and I would like to thank my dedicated staff at the department for organising the visits, and to everyone at Merton Place for making us feel so welcome.”