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Suits and silk dresses as prom season starts

Year 11 students at Stour Valley Community School dressing to impress at their leaving prom at The Bull Hotel in Long Melford ANL-140107-111710001

Year 11 students at Stour Valley Community School dressing to impress at their leaving prom at The Bull Hotel in Long Melford ANL-140107-111710001

The guys looked sharp in their suits and the girls were super glamorous for the most important date in the school diary – the end-of-year prom.

Prom kings and queens were out celebrating the end of exams at both Stour Valley Community School and Ormiston Sudbury Academy.

Dressed to impress, the students at Stour Valley organised their own evening, which began with a three-course meal at The Bull Hotel in Long Melford, followed by music and dancing.

“The whole evening was organised and planned by the students,” said Lisa-Jayne Kemp, marketing officer at the school.

“They made a fantastic job of decorating the room and tables, and planning a fabulous evening.”

Sudbury Ormiston Academy held its prom at the clubhouse at AFC Sudbury.

Thankful for fine weather, staff and proud parents were able to watch as students came out of a variety of vehicles looking their best.

“It never ceases to amaze me the time and effort put in by the students into their dress for the end of year celebration,” said school spokeswoman Pip Mackay.

The evening began with non-alcoholic cocktails and photographs, before the students let their hair down to the sounds of a London DJ.

Kelly Webster, head of Thomas Gainsborough House at the school, said: “The students worked really hard during the year and we are looking forward to some excellent exam results.”

 

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