MADRAS Primary School has had a fun-filled summer term packed full of activities.
Year 6 pupils of the Penley school took part in the cycling proficiency scheme and all 17 passed.
Year 6 youngsters used Lego in a design and technology project to build a scale model of Penley’s St Mary Magdalene Church.
Sally Evans from the school said it had also started an Urdd club.
She said: “The Urdd is the Youth Organisation of Wales. Members are able to enter competitions at the eisteddfod in Cardiff, Europe’s largest youth festival.
“In our first year of membership, we are extremely proud that our pupils were successful in the preliminary rounds held in Wrexham and were able to travel to Cardiff to compete in the final competitions.”
The school held an eco week last month, with a wide range of ecologically themed activities.
Everyone took part in sponsored walks. Key Stage 1 and reception pupils walked around the school field and Key Stage 2 pupils walked six miles from Trevor to Llantysilio.
Classes four and five took part in a rocket challenge on June 24, which included rocket building and space workshops.
Madras pupils again shone in the Primary Maths Challenge. Catherine Levell and Ellie Minshall gained silver medals, putting them in the top 198 in the country.