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Year 11 Prom

Horse drawn carriages and limosines by the dozen heralded our Year 11 students’ arrival at their leavers prom.

The whole year group were dressed in their best finery for the event at the Holiday Inn in Corby last Thursday (Jul 2).

After a hard year of studying for their GCSE's the students finally let their hair down and partied the night away with friends and classmates.

Principal Andrew Campbell said: "The first ever CBA prom was a great success. All the students looked fantastic and I was delighted to see so many family and friends came to support the event."

Year 11 Pastoral Support Officer, Sandra White, who has helped and encouraged students through their final year, received numerous bunches of flowers from appreciative students.
She said: "The girls looked stunning, in an array of colours and styles, and what handsome young men. 

"They arrived in many forms, from limosines, to a horse drawn carriage (Sarah Hurley, Christina Mangin, Rachel Brown and Kirsty O'Neil) and there was also the arrival of The Blues Brothers. 

"The all enjoyed a great buffet, before hitting the dance floor. A great night was had by all."

Connor Wilson, who formed the Blues Brothers Partnership with Owen Peter, said:

"Prom was amazing. Everybody looked fantastic, all of the cars where shiny, and great to look at, but above all else, what prom meant to me was about celebrating the five years that we all spent together.

"To celebrate the things we have all accomplished and the things we are going to do.

"To look back on it all now, from the small, innocent Year 7s that we were, to the larger than life Year 11s we have grown into shows how far we have come.

"Now that everything has finished and we might never see each other again, I hope everybody has enjoyed themselves and will look back on school life and think what a great time we all had."

The students will be returning to CBA on Thursday, 27th August for their GCSE results. Good luck to all.