First day of School
Times for pupils arriving back on the first day of term. Year 7-Arrive at 8.40am to go to sports hall Year8-11-9.45am in the quad
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 of the country. To balance out the day they mastered the art of origami and drew and illustrated their own name in Japanese Kanji. Calming Japanese music accompanied many of these activities. Several pupils have since asked if Rhyl High will offer ...
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 by the Community Education Awards, which are organised by the Police Community Clubs of Great Britain. The school has won the One Stop Convenience Stores Action Against Anti-Social Behaviour Award for their ‘Strikers’ project. A positive relationship has been in place for many years between Rhyl High and neighbouring Rhyl FC who play ...
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 [slideshow id= 100 w=588 h=400]
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 to all those who came along to support us and to those who have already donated. The ladies raised a total of £1770 (So far!) for Cancer Research UK and enjoyed the event immensely. The donation area is open until 3rd ...
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 by pupils of the school, Ryan Finnigan, Jacob Desmond and Morgan McCartney. [slideshow id= 98 w=588 h=400]