Year 11s across West Norfolk again enjoyed putting on the style as they held end-of-year proms with the methods of arrival proving inventive.
There was everything from diggers, to tractors, to Bentleys to horse-drawn carriages to police vans. You name it ... students rode on it!
At King Edward VII Academy School, twins Dainotas and Edinas Grigonis and Irvidas Jusky were the ones getting the lift to the prolm in the police van. The boys have been doing a cadets course with the police recently so arranged for this most arresting form of arrival.
Another equally impressive arrival came from Tyrell Bond, who perhaps inspired by a certain namesake decided to arrive in an Aston Martin.
The theme at St Clement’s high prom was the enchanted forest and it was held in the village hall.
A spokesman said: “The kids really enjoyed it, as did the staff.”
Another one perhaps inspired by his name was Reece Trott, who turned up with pal Mikey Gallagher in a Reliant à la Del Boy off TV’s Only Fools and Horses.
The Hamond Academy had a theme of black, purple and silver. There was a three-course meal cooked an served by the staff to pupils here.
“It was absolutely brilliant. A fantastic prom. The kids were on the dance floor all night and had a great time.
Parents and onlookers turning up to the red carpet arrival were treated to bucks fizz and cake.
Among those making an arrival there was Sam Andrews and the large tractor. By contrast Darragh Leman arrived on a very small tractor