penny farthing, a horse box and a variety of vintage vehicles rolled
up at Ringwood Hall Hotel in Chesterfield carrying 195 Tupton Hall
School students to their Year 11 prom.
sports cars, motorbikes and camper vans also featured in the
sparkling parade on one of the most hotly anticipated nights of the
red carpet atmosphere unfolded as dapper dudes and ball-gowned
beauties arrived at the Georgian manor house ready for an evening of
inside, the grand function room was decorated with a 'Night at the
Oscars' theme. Staff and teachers had been busy decorating it with
black and gold décor and preparing glitzy gold statuette trophies to
Prom King gong was given to Carl Kirsopp and Nicola Clarke was named
went to plan and the students and staff looked amazing,” said Mrs
Andrea Robb, who organised the event.
of Year 11 Miss Rosey Cooper added: “The students looked amazing
and certainly kept us entertained with the varied transport they
arrived in, from horse boxes to penny farthings - we had it all.”
was a fantastic occasion and was lovely to see so many staff there to
celebrate with our students.”
huge thank you to Andrea Robb for all the planning and organisation
she put in to make it such a special evening for our Year 11s.”
of the most talked about prom highlights saw a daring Miss Cooper
challenge several stunned students with disco dance-off.
certainly showed them how it's done,” said one member of staff.
out our Year 11 Prom photo album on the Tupton Hall School Facebook
page Tupton Hall Facebook