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Year 11’s sensational send off

Year 11’s sensational send off


Kashan Malik
Kashan Malik
Year 11’s sensational send off

It was a momentous occasion last Thursday when staff and year 11 students gathered to celebrate amazing memories and achievements spanning 5 glorious years!

Prizes and awards were given to students for their contributions.  Awards such as ‘Most Caring’, ‘Most likely to become Prime Minister’ to name a few! Students also had the opportunity to win vouchers for their hard work attending revision sessions and study Saturdays via the prom passport prize draw!

Students were delighted with their hoodies, a memento to cherish their memories of school life!

Very important right of passage, the signing of the shirts!

After the morning leavers assembly students went off to get ready and then arrive at Elstree Studios that evening for their prom!  And they really did arrive, some in style in all sorts of sports cars and they all looked wonderful.  Below are some photos, you can see they all had a fabulous time and it really was a wonderful way to end their GCSE experience.

We would like to wish all the Year 11 a wonderful and well deserved summer break.  We look forward to the 22nd August, when we will celebrate all their hard work and successes.

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