An evening of glitz and glamour was in order for the Saint Paul’s Prom held at the Cresta Court in Altrincham.
Exams have come to an end, the sun is shining and Year 11 pupils at Saint Paul’s Catholic High School in Wythenshawe are ending their time at the school. To mark this momentous milestone, staff joined with pupils for a fond farewell at the school prom. The school sees the annual Prom as a time to party and celebrate targets achieved, friends made and valuable memories formed.
The pupils looked stunning as they arrived, dressed in their finest, in head-turning sleek limousines. The air was full of excitement and anticipation ahead of a wonderful evening for all. They then proceeded to party the night away as they celebrated with fellow pupils and staff.
“The Prom is a once-in-a-lifetime event and we like to make the pupils feel special,” said Mrs Fiona Minshall, Head Teacher at Saint Paul’s. “Staff and students enjoyed mingling and socializing at the Prom and we were able to wish this very special year group every success and happiness for the future.”