Putting on the glitz for Marshland High School prom

PUBLISHED: 15:44 03 July 2018

Marshland Prom. Class of 2018. PHOTO Sean Carter

Marshland Prom. Class of 2018. PHOTO Sean Carter

AdGarry Samuels

Glitz and glamour were the order of the night when pupils from Marshland High School held their leavers prom.

Marshland Prom. Class of 2018. PHOTO Sean CarterMarshland Prom. Class of 2018. PHOTO Sean Carter

The Year 11 students turned out in style for their final night after studying hard for GCSEs.

Many arrived in special cars for the event.

Results for GCSEs will be out on Thursday August 23.

• The school has recently been graded good by Ofsted.

Marshland Prom. Class of 2018. PHOTO Sean CarterMarshland Prom. Class of 2018. PHOTO Sean Carter

Craig Jansen, headteacher, said: “I am delighted. Inspectors, who visited on June 5 and 6 delivered judgements of good across all areas.

“The report reads very positively and it recognises that senior and middle leaders have an accurate view of the school’s strengths and priorities for improvement as we begin our journey to becoming an outstanding school.

“I would like to take this opportunity to express sincere appreciation to all those involved in the inspection from our students, who were a true credit to our school, to our parents, who provided such positive feedback to Ofsted and to our staff, governors and trustees for their hard work and professionalism.”

Marshland Prom. Class of 2018. PHOTO Sean CarterMarshland Prom. Class of 2018. PHOTO Sean Carter

Marshland Prom. Class of 2018. PHOTO Sean CarterMarshland Prom. Class of 2018. PHOTO Sean Carter

Marshland Prom. Class of 2018. PHOTO Sean CarterMarshland Prom. Class of 2018. PHOTO Sean Carter

Marshland Prom. Class of 2018. PHOTO Sean CarterMarshland Prom. Class of 2018. PHOTO Sean Carter

Marshland High School prom. Class of 2018.Marshland High School prom. Class of 2018.


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