Alderman Peel High School in Wells celebrate year 11 prom

Students celebrated their five years at school. Picture: Supplied by Alderman Peel High School.

Students celebrated their five years at school. Picture: Supplied by Alderman Peel High School. - Credit: Archant

Sparkly dresses, smart suits, flashy cars and even a helicopter were on show as the Alderman Peel High School in Wells celebrated their year 11 prom.

Pupils enjoyed their final night together. Picture: Supplied by Alderman Peel High School.

Pupils enjoyed their final night together. Picture: Supplied by Alderman Peel High School. - Credit: Archant

For the first time ever, the prom was held in the Prince of Wales stand at Fakenham racecourse and was organised by the students themselves to celebrate their five years of school.

Pupils made their entrance to the event, which took place on Friday June 29, in a number of ways, whether it be in a classic car, a tractor, an ice cream van or a helicopter.

The prom was such a success that staff are considering using the same venue again next year.

Principal Alastair Ogle said: 'The students as always were a real credit to the school and looked fabulous. We are also very grateful to the parents and staff who have supported them so well.'

Pupils used a helicopter to arrive at the prom. Picture: Supplied by Alderman Peel High School.

Pupils used a helicopter to arrive at the prom. Picture: Supplied by Alderman Peel High School. - Credit: Archant


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Some pupils even arrived by tractor. Picture: Supplied by Alderman Peel High School.

Some pupils even arrived by tractor. Picture: Supplied by Alderman Peel High School. - Credit: Archant

Pupils enjoyed dressing up for the prom. Picture: Supplied by Alderman Peel High School.

Pupils enjoyed dressing up for the prom. Picture: Supplied by Alderman Peel High School. - Credit: Archant

Pupils arrived in an ice cream van. Picture: Supplied by Alderman Peel High School.

Pupils arrived in an ice cream van. Picture: Supplied by Alderman Peel High School. - Credit: Archant

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