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Colourful celebration for WNAT leavers

A diverse assortment of vehicles converged in the village of Terrington St Clement when the graduating Class of 2024 from a WNAT secondary met to celebrate the end of their GCSEs and time at the school.

The Year 11 leavers from St Clement’s High School arrived in sports cars, vintage motors, a truck, a jeep, and even go-karts, for the annual Prom, which took place this year on Friday 5 July.

The partygoers were dressed in style for the occasion, with suits, ball gowns and evening dresses in all colours and designs on show at the event.

They were greeted on arrival at the school by friends, family and well-wishers, before travelling by coach to Knight’s Hill for a full evening’s entertainment, complete with buffet and disco.

“The Year 11 Prom was a wonderful evening of celebration, providing a fitting conclusion to a year of hard work and dedication,” said Mr Bailey, who is Head of Year 11 at St Clement’s.

“Our students have shown remarkable resilience and commitment, and it was a joy to see them come together to mark this significant milestone in their educational journey.”