Sixth formers celebrate leaving school with costume fun day

PUBLISHED: 16:50 17 June 2019 | UPDATED: 16:52 17 June 2019

Year 13 pupils from Backwell School celebrated their final day by dressing up as their favourite fictional characters.   Picture Backwell School

Year 13 pupils from Backwell School celebrated their final day by dressing up as their favourite fictional characters. Picture Backwell School

Backwell School

Students from a sixth form enjoyed their final day at school by dressing up as their favourite characters.

Year 13 pupils from Backwell School celebrated their final day by dressing up as their favourite fictional characters.   Picture Backwell SchoolYear 13 pupils from Backwell School celebrated their final day by dressing up as their favourite fictional characters. Picture Backwell School

Not quite, 101 Dalmatians, Ninja Turtles and even Banana Man took part in the last day celebrations, which saw the pupils get dressed up in some incredible costumes, at Backwell School.

The party atmosphere continued in the classroom with games in their tutor groups before sitting through one last assembly, which featured a performance from the school's sixth form band and good luck messages from their teachers.

The assembly culminated with the annual unsung heroes awards, for students who have contributed to the school in small but significant ways.

Rose Haywood, head of sixth form at Backwell School said: "It was a really fun morning with a fantastic group of students. We wish them the best of luck in their exams and in the future"


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