Year 11 students from Ormiston Sudbury Academy and Stour Valley Community School were looking their best last week as they attended their respective leavers’ proms.
The Stour Valley Leavers’ Evening took place in the beautiful setting of Belchamp Community House on Friday.
The sun shone as the students from the Clare-based school arrived in their chosen vehicles, including a John Deere tractor.
They danced away to local band Stereo Jack and ate a buffet served up by Clare caterers Tuckermans.
The whole event was paid for entirely by fundraising which was organised by the students throughout the year.
Year 11 students Tate Liskus and Josie Hibble were crowned Prom King and Queen at the Ormiston Sudbury Academy 2016 Leavers Prom, which was also held on Friday in the King’s Marsh Suite at AFC Sudbury’s ground.
Pip Mackay from the school said: “Once again students had a brilliant night out dressed in their traditional finery for the occasion before they move on to the next stages of their education.”
“A photo booth proved to be great fun to take memorable and fun photos of their friends.”