Attleborough High students dress up for final day at school
Attleborough High and sixth form students said goodbye to their secondary education in style by dressing up for their last day at school.
The Year 11 and Year 13 pupils donned a host of colourful and entertaining costumes when they attended 'dress up days' to celebrate the end of their school days.
Students dressed up as many different characters including superheroes, mutant turtles, Mario Brothers and pirates.
Both year groups attended nostalgic assemblies where staff reminisced about amusing incidents and anecdotes from the students' years at the school. These were followed by barbecues and games on the field.
Although many of the Year 11 students will be returning in September for sixth form studies, this marked their final day of compulsory school education.
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For the Year 13 students this was the end of seven years of their young lives spent at Attleborough High.
Headteacher Neil McShane said: 'We are very proud of our students and the way they have conducted themselves. We look forward to seeing many of our Year 11s when they return to begin their sixth form study here.'
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'We wish them and our Year 13s good luck in their next choices; we know they are now well equipped to continue their journey into further education and the world of work.'