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 served in the drama studio by the school's hospitality students. A big thanks to all the children involved and to Miss Williams and Mr Brodey (Drama and Music Teachers respectively) for all the hard work and rehearsal time they have put in. Also thanks to the hospitality students ...
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 , Mr Hamill, Miss Jones, Miss Williams and Mr Roberts. The kit is much appreciated and will be put to good during the football season.
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.
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 were also present, together with representatives from Willmott-Dixon, the Building Contractors for the project. Dylan Evans, a former pupil of the school also took part in the ceremony. For more information and a press release please click here.[slideshow id= 103 w=588 h=400] Deputy Head's Visit to Site Mrs. Peters our Deputy Head visited the site on 7th November ...
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 studies.