Year 11 Prom Celebrations
The grounds of the Best Western Hotel were packed with family and friends as the students gathered in all their finery to mark the end of their GCSE year (June 26th).
Michael Forde said: “It is a sad time as for some of us it will be the last time that we see our friends but it is also an exciting time and one to celebrate.”
Hagan Rawlins arrived in an American hotrod and Alicia Walker and Andreia Coelho made an entrance on a horse and carriage. Budding racing mechanic Thomas Jeffery came back on the back of a motorbike.
The theme of the prom was masquerade ball and during the evening the students enjoyed a disco, pick and mix bar and a hot dog and burger stall.
Pastoral Support Officer Caroline Border said: “It was a lovely evening and a great time was had by both staff and students. Some of the students will be coming back to study at sixth form and I wish all students the best for their future.”