Clevedon School students raise thousands at gala dinner
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Clevedon students have raised thousands of pounds by hosting a gala dinner.
Sixth form students held an evening of food, cabaret, dance, music and drama to boost school funds.
Dozens of guests filled the school hall to indulge in a delicious four-course meal, prepared by catering students, and enjoy a varied programme of entertainment.
The organisers are all business studies students at the school, with the event forming part of their real-life business creation project.
The evening raised a total of £2,000 for the school.
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Headteacher, Jim Smith, said: “What a fabulous event.
“We are very proud of all the students who took part.
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“The food was sensational and the cabaret performed by students in years seven to 13 was of the highest quality.”