Cordeaux’s ‘Class of 2016’ bows out in style

The 'Class of 2016' at Cordeaux Academy enjoy their prom.
The 'Class of 2016' at Cordeaux Academy enjoy their prom.

Cordeaux Academy’s Year 11 pupils enjoyed a masquerade prom at Kenwick Park on June 24, after plenty of hard work and planning.

The students had raised a phenomenal amount of money through activities such as cake sales, bingo, car washing and tombola to help fund the event.

The 'Class of 2016' at Cordeaux Academy enjoy their prom.

The 'Class of 2016' at Cordeaux Academy enjoy their prom.

The students made sure to impress on the night - turning up in tractors, fancy cars, and scooters.

An Academy spokesperson said that the students looked ‘stunning’ and were a credit to the school, adding that the event was a huge success.

Jay Sanderson and Bree Axton were honoured with the titles of Prom King and Queen on the night.

The ‘Best Arrival’ award was given to Rebecca Pratten and Amber Jenkins, who turned up in a horse and carriage!

The 'Class of 2016' at Cordeaux Academy enjoy their prom.

The 'Class of 2016' at Cordeaux Academy enjoy their prom.

Other awards included ‘Most Likely to be Famous’ (Dacia Appleyard), ‘Most Charming’ (Nathan Smith), ‘Most Dramatic’ (Olivia Redmond) and the ‘Jordan Eyre Award’ (Callum Short).

Special thanks go to Ms Colban, Mrs Costa-Jackson, and the staff at Kenwick for their help and organisation.

The 'Class of 2016' at Cordeaux Academy enjoy their prom.

The 'Class of 2016' at Cordeaux Academy enjoy their prom.