King’s leavers’ ball 'tremendous event’
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Sixth formers at King’s Ely ended their journey at the school earlier this month (July) by partying away at their leavers’ ball.
Held on July 7 from 7pm until 11:30pm, this year’s ball had a midsummer theme.
After stepping inside, students were able to enjoy drinks, canapes and entertainment on the old palace garden terrace, followed by a two-course dinner and dancing in the Hayward Theatre later on into the evening.
Head of King’s Ely Senior, Johnathan Shaw, said: “It was a delight to celebrate with pupils and parents at the sixth form leavers’ midsummer ball.
“It was a reminder of how long many parents have been loyal supporters of the school. Over 20 years for some.
“It was a tremendous event, with a real sense of community between parents, pupils and staff; a fitting way to mark the end of their journey at King’s Ely.”
He added: “My advice to pupils is to always stay in touch with the school and, above all, stay in touch with each other.”
King's Ely has a Sixth Form Open Event on Saturday 8th October. Places can be booked at: www.kingsely.org/news-events/open-days/