Wednesday, March 4, 2015

  • Welcome to Rhyl High School

    Hello and welcome to Rhyl High School's website

    Our school is built on a very straight forward message - we all work together to do our best 5 times a day. So in every lesson we know

    • where we are
    • where we can get to
    • how we can get there

    Our aim is to make our children really future proof by giving them the skills, resilience, confidence and determination to really succeed as adults, and open up routes to exciting, fulfilling and rewarding futures We care about the children in our school. We care about their successes, their difficulties and their happiness and we work closely with all our local partners to make our school thrive.

    We are a very brave school and very determined to show everyone just what we can do. Over the past few years we have travelled quite a journey, it was even a little bumpy at times, but now our school is very different to the one it used to be. Our results compare with the best schools in Wales, our children shine in all situations and impress everyone they meet and we are not done yet.

    Our students and our community deserve nothing but the best and at RHS we feel a real responsibility to make this happen.

    Over the next few years things are getting even more exciting with our new build starting soon - it's a really exciting time for our school and our community and nothing less that our children deserve. Please keep visiting our website so we can keep you informed of all our exciting development.

    It is difficult to show just how special Rhyl is in writing so please come and visit us. Feel the energy of our corridors, the warmth of our relationships and the pride I feel every day being associated with this school.

    I look forward to meeting you.

    Claire Armitstead


  • Rhyl High School News

    Free School Meals

    Are you entitled to free school meals? Click the links below to find out. Free School Meals Letter Free School Meals Application Form      Read More →

    New Build Update

    The new build is making progress. The steel beams will be in place in February. There are also sample of the wooden panels that will be used in the reception area of the new school in block 6. The building scheduled to be finished in March 2016      Read More →

    RHS Pantomime Success

    Last night the school put on its pantomime production “You could call it a Pantomime”, which was written by Year 9 pupil Jacob Jones. All the performers were from Years 7,8 and 9! A sensational performance was given by all the pupils and enjoyed by all. Oh no it wasn’t  – OH YES IT WAS! During the interval, refreshments were... [Read more of this review]

    School Football Kits

      Here is the first look at the new school Football kits, generously supplied by a local businessman who has been very supportive to the PE department over the years . The kit is modelled by our year 7 boys football team who are currently in the quarter finals of the welsh cup. Also pictured are our successful year 10 girls team with Mrs armitstead... [Read more of this review]

    Money Raised for Children In Need and Diabetes UK

    On the 14 November 2014 we raised money for Diabetes Uk and Children In Need. We had a non school uniform day and also Miss Lloyd and pupils made cakes and cookies to sell. All together £700.32 was raised. We would like to thank everyone involved for all their hard work and all the donations from pupils.    Read More →

    Work On The New School Begins!

    The official “Ground-Breaking” ceremony took place yesterday (10th November). The Chair of Denbighshire Council (Councillor Brian Blakely) and The Lead Member for Education (Councillor Eryl Williams), attended the ceremony along with Pupils from Rhyl High School and Ysgol Tir Morfa. Various members of the project team from Denbighshire council... [Read more of this review]

    Friends Of Rhyl High

    Friends Of Rhyl High Home Page  Read More →

    The 2014 Welsh Livery Guild Award Grant.

    The 2014 Welsh Livery Guild Award grants of £250 each were awarded after interviews to Hannah Moss and Sam Wilson. The grant is used to help the transition from school to further eduation. Rhyl High School are very grateful to the Guild for their continued support and helping several pupils through the years to purchase equipment to enhance their future... [Read more of this review]

    The Estyn Report is now available

    Please click on the link below Letters to parents regarding Estyn report  Read More →

    Theme day 2014

    Year 8 pupils were treated to a new language and its cultures during the Theme Day, when they learned about Japan. They were given the opportunity to dress in a kimono, to pose as a Samurai warrior, and to design their own samurai masks and kimonos. They also learnt to count from 1-5 and to introduce themselves as well as many geographical aspects... [Read more of this review]

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