Perspex honour boards for special awards and head pupils.

Glass effect acrylic with simulates the look of glass very convincingly and weighs
considerably less making it much easier to safely fix when compared to toughened glass.
An imitation glass effect school honours board made from acrylic.
This shows the school crest produced using a dye sublimation printing method.

Ysgol Emrys ap Iwan, Abergele, Conwy

Originally founded in 1899, Ysgol Emrys ap Iwan has evolved over the decades having been in one period Abergele Grammar School, then from 1944 it was also a secondary school until 1967 when its two parts were combined to become a comprehensive school renamed Ysgol Emrys ap Iwan in honour of Emrys ap Iwan, an eminent figure is Welsh political and cultural history.

Honour Board Specifications

Four Perspex / acrylic honor boards were made, two for head students and two for special achievement awards. Each panel measures 1000mm high X 600mm wide X 10mm thick and has a shaped top that neatly accommodates the school emblem. A gold borderline frames acts as a visual frame to the lettering in a smart traditional Roman font style. At the base of each acrylic honours board is a big splash of colour where the educational philosophy the school is displayed:
Cymuned, dysgu, cefnogaeth, sialens, parch and llwyddiant
and in English
community, learning, support, challenge, respect and success.

School Badge, Crest, Logo or Emblem

This was produced using high quality dye sublimation printing onto photographic paper
which has an expected fade resistant lifespan of seventy years. The finished print is then cut to shape and adhered to the clear glass effect panel.

For more information about methods of reproducing council crests and logos badges, please click on this link,
methods of reproducing council crests and logos.



Clear glass effect school honour boards supplied to Ysgol Emrys ap Iwan, Abergele, Conwy, North Wales