Students at Monks Dyke Tennyson College from Louth and Mablethorpe celebrate their final days at school in fancy dress and finery.
It is the end of the era for pupils in Year’s 11 and 13 from both campuses after they officially mark the end of their school days as they no know, and leave their classrooms behind for good, only now coming into the school for those all important final exams.
For the Year 11’s, it’s now their chose to decide whether they are staying on for sixth form, heading to college or entering work and for the Year 13’s, it’s those all important university places they need to have one last push for, or prepare themselves for a year out to decide their next move.
But fancy dress and finery was the name of the game as pupils in both years marked their last day by coming into the college in fancy dress.
It is probably the first time that the college have had fairies in college, along with Elsa (from the film Frozen), Minnie Mouse and numerous super heroes.
After an emotional assembly, the students were treated to a buffet in their common room, where staff passed on their good wishes to the leavers.
The same day MDTC said farewell to some of the Year 11s. Many will be returning for life in the Sixth Form but others will embark on a future in pastures new and this last day as a year group will be remembered by all.
Students were also treated to fun on an inflatable assault course, accompanied by ice creams galore and a delicious BBQ.
Then the Year 11’s enjoyed their school prom, dressed to the nines at Kenwick Park.
Prom King and Queen were announced during the evening with a separate king and queen being chosen from each site.
The prom king and queen from the Louth campus was Sam Chapman and Charlotte Bray and from the Mablethorpe site, the king was James Pemberton-Kind and Kerisha Ashley-Robinson was the prom queen.