The house reading competition at St David's College is an exciting and engaging event that promotes a love of reading and encourages students to develop their literary skills. This year's theme, "Curiosity," is particularly fitting, as it encourages students to explore new ideas and perspectives through literature.
Pupils from all three houses at St David's - Snowdon, Cader, and Tryfan – took part in this competition in front of an audience made up of staff and pupils. Each student was tasked with reading a piece of literature that related to the theme of curiosity and was marked by our judge Anne Davenport, Artistic Lead Director for Llandudno Youth Music Theatre.
Headmaster Mr Andrew Russell said “I am incredibly proud of all the pupils who participated in the House Reading. Their dedication to reading and their outstanding performances were truly inspiring, and a testament to their hard work and commitment to excellence”
House Reading is an important event at St David's College, as it encourages students to develop their public speaking skills and helps to promote a culture of learning throughout the school. It also provides an opportunity for students from across the year groups to come together and collaborate on a common goal.
The competition was tight with some inspiring displays from all the pupils. In the end, Tryfan House won the House Reading Cup, with Snowdon in second place, and Cader in third.
Overall, the house reading competition at St David's College is an exciting event that promotes a love of reading and encourages students to develop their literary skills. With the theme of "Curiosity" has inspired pupils to explore new ideas and perspectives through literature, and to showcase their talent and creativity for all to see.