GALLERY: Pupils take to the catwalk for Cromwell Community College fashion show

PUBLISHED: 13:13 20 June 2014 | UPDATED: 13:13 20 June 2014

Cromwell College Chatteris, Fashion show. Picture: Steve Williams.

Cromwell College Chatteris, Fashion show. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Primary school children took to the catwalk to model dresses and bags designed by students at a college’s fashion show.

Cromwell Community College students have spent the past two years creating pieces for their GCSE textiles course.

The results of their hard work were there for all to see as enthusiastic pupils from the college’s feeder schools strutted their stuff in front of family and friends.

Library manager Jackie Harding said: “The pupils were so excited. They were complete models. They were doing poses which they came up with themselves.

“The dresses and bags were astounding. It’s taken two years for the students to put together their portfolio and these were their exam pieces.”

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