Wednesday, September 17, 2014

  • 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

    The Estyn Report is now available

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    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]

    RHS Receive Community Education Award

    Rhyl High School crowned Community Education Award Winner! A partnership between a local school and its neighbouring football club has won a national award.             The work carried out between Rhyl High School and Rhyl Football Club on a scheme which helps steer pupils away from anti-social behaviour has been recognised... [Read more of this review]

    Prom 2014

    Once again the Queen Hotel in Chester hosted our annual Year 11 prom for the class of 2014. Also awards where presented to pupils for the following categories. KING-Reilly Roberts QUEEN-Miriam Marin Martinez PRINCE-Jacob Desmond PRINCESS- Shannon Gore JESTER- Charlotte Burrows [Show picture list] Slideshows require the Flash... [Read more of this review]

    RHS Staff “Race for Life” – Update

    A group of Rhyl High School staff have been training hard since January to take part in this year’s Race for Life in Rhyl on Sunday 15th June. Mrs Peters (Deputy Headteacher) said : “My mum died from cancer at the age of 39, the age I’m at now, and I would really like to raise some money for cancer research” A big thank you... [Read more of this review]

    Record of Achievement Presentation Evening 2014

    Our annual ceremony for the presentation ”Records of Achievement” to Year 11 pupils took place on Friday 6th June 2014. The Sports hall was packed with Parents and friends and was also attended by some governors and the Mayor of Rhyl – Councillor David Simmons who also gave an  address. Two musical interludes were also provided... [Read more of this review]

    RHS Pupils Visit Chester University

    A group of Year 11 pupils had the opportunity to attend a trip to Chester University to find out about the Nursing and Midwifery courses offered there. The day involved a presentation about University life in general, including finances and entry requirements for courses, as well as practical activities. Pupils learnt how midwifes feel for the orientation... [Read more of this review]

    RHS F1 Team go to Final at NEC Birmingham

    On Thursday 13th March pupils from Year 8 will be going to the F1 in Schools Final at the NEC in Birmingham, where they are taking part in the “F1 Bloodhound Class” They have also created their own website to show their products. They have created their designs under the supervision of Mr. Mark Griffiths... [Read more of this review]

    Welsh Assembly Minister for Education visits Rhyl High!

    The Welsh assembly Minister For Education, Mr. Huw Lewis A.M. visited Rhyl High today to meet providers of the school’s alternative curriculum. He met and spoke to many of the children involved in the projects and also spoke with the team who are working on the rebuild project. In his speech, Mr Lewis praised the school for its massive achievements... [Read more of this review]

    RHS Play Against Rhosnesni

    On 9th December 2013, Rhosnesni High School visited Rhyl to play against RHS Team. The match was held at Rhyl F.C.’s ground Belle Vue. [Show picture list] Slideshows require the Flash Player and a browser with Javascript support.    Read More →

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