Archway students enjoy 'cracking' prom

Archway students enjoy 'cracking' prom

(l-r) Joe Ferhuson, Leon Andre, Alex Hemming, Joel Upwood, Matthew Riddett and Kieron Locking at the Archway Sixth Form prom

(l-r) Connor Redington, Matt Davis, Kieron Aylott, Alex King and George Alder at the Archway Sixth Form prom

(l-r) Kieron Coombes, Courtney Aylott, Will Flight, Gabriel Dalby, Louis Stockforth and Alisha Lewis arrive to the Archway Sixth Form prom in a campervan

(l-r) Molly-May Kent, Hazel Shepard, Sam Clark, Jo Stephens, Adam Cook, Emma Tully and Victoria Schollar at the Archway Sixth Form prom

(l-r) Freya Abbott, Phoebe Gleed, Rhiannon Blake and Beth Davis at the Archway Sixth Form prom

(l-r) Alayah Smith, Keesha Clutterbuck, Amelia Parnell at the Archway Sixth Form prom

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WITH A-levels over, sixth-form students from Archway School enjoyed an end of year prom at Stonehouse Court Hotel.

One hundred and thirty students showed up last Tuesday, July 1, with men in suits and the girls donning their classiest dresses.

A hog roast and bouncy castle were accompanied by a disco as an awards ceremony took place.

The award for biggest effort across the year went to Harry Lear; most improved this year awarded to Rhiannon Keene and best dressed on the night was Masie Parker. Finally, Charlotte Greeves and Leanne Burnell took home the title of above and beyond for students who go the extra mile.

Student Will Flight said: “It was a cracking way to end the year.”

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