The school's aim is to sucessfully open a widescale portal between Hell and Earth that can transport a whole army through the dimensions. By utilising forced labour, they are subtly forcing their prisoners to open Bodedern's portal. On that day, the busses will arrive at 3:30 PM to take the demons around Anglesey. That day will be Armageddon.
Bodedern take part in human sacrafice; over the years, quite a few students have been sacrificed, with a cover-up story in which the others are told that they have "moved school". On a few rare occasions, the student will "move back"; in real life, a lookalike demon goes undercover as an informant, although they often are awful at impersonating the students.
Human RightsEditPrisoners in Bodedern prison are made to perform forced labour for seven hours a day, and fed only two meals a day; one is porridge, the other mashed potato, two scoops each. Prisoners are incarcerated for a minimum of five years, and a maximum of seven. There is no way of segregating prisoners, and so tiny shrimps are incarcerated with giant "tough-guys", leading to the larger prisoners assaulting the weakest. Camp guards, instead of going for the obvious resolution, blame both for "fighting".
Prison cells and all rooms are referred to as "Room #", with a number replacing the hash. An area known as "Bro Alaw" (Welsh: Dungeon) is in fact a dungeon that incarcerates prisoners, and nearby are areas known as "changing rooms" (Welsh: torture chambers), which is where prisoners are tortured. There is an area known as "y Caeau Coch" (Welsh: the Red Fields, the only accurate translation), which is red because prisoners are executed by firing squad here.
The secretive North Wales government refers to the facility as a "school", and sends around 100 prisoners to the facility every September. There are currently 900 prisoners in Bodedern.