Students celebrate end of school with fancy dress and fun day
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Students celebrated the end of their school days by dressing up as hippies and letting off some steam on a bouncy castle.
The year 13 pupils from Nailsea School turned up for their last day in fancy dress - sporting flares, flowery outfits and John Lennon-style glasses to celebrate the 1970s.
The youngsters enjoyed speeches and a moving presentation by staff, followed by wipe-out games on the lawn with different houses competing against each other.
Revellers settled down for a barbecue after the colourful antics and said fond farewells to teachers and classmates.
Nailsea School's head of sixth form, Jon Reddiford, said: "The class of 2019 have been an incredible year group, and it has been a privilege to watch them grow, we wish them every success with their exams and future.
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"It has been great working with them and seeing how resilient, supportive of each other and independent they have become as young adults."
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