Photogrpahy Course and Pupils' Photography Exhibition
Pupils from both schools came together as part of a project by Bangor University's Widening Access Centre.
The work was the culmination of a project organised by the University's Widening Access Centre, which introduces higher education to local secondary school pupils.
Having followed the widening access course, the pupils chose a photography activity.
Guided by a local professional photographer, Kristina Banholzer, the sixth form students learned about photography, and went on a photo taking tour to the GISDA café to take photos of food, and around Caernarfon to take photographs of buildings and people, before sharing their knowledge with Ysgol Pendalar pupils, and capturing a few images together.
Bethan Morris-Jones, Head of Ysgol Pendalar said:
"Here at Ysgol Pendalar we have seen this as a great opportunity to develop the skills of the young people in photography. They have thoroughly enjoyed interacting with the students. We are eagerly looking forward to the public seeing the standard of work that has been created."
Delyth Murphy, Director of the Widening Access Centre, Bangor University said:
"The Widening Access Centre is always trying to encourage young people to be creative and ambitious. The project has inspired the pupils from both schools, and we hope the public will appreciate the results."The exhibition took place at Ysgol Pendalar Hall at 2pm on July 14th 2017.