Welcome to the new school year14/09/18
I hope that you had a fabulous summer with some of the best weather for a very long time. School is busy as ever with students excited to return and see some friends they haven’t seen for a while.Read More...
Last week marked the end of a busy period of hard work, revision and exams for Year 11 as they celebrated in style with their Completion Assembly and Prom. The annual Completion Assembly gave the year group a chance to look back over five years at Falmouth School with photo and video memories providing plenty of laughs and a few tears, as teachers and parents joined students to celebrate.
The main event took place the following night, with the 2018 Prom. It was a chance for students to let their hair down after a busy few months with over 150 students in attendance at the Penmorvah Manor hotel, which held the event for a fourth consecutive year. It was another gloriously sunny evening after a superb spell of weather in Falmouth, providing a stunning backdrop with the picturesque views from the hotel.
Students arrived in the normal variety of eye catching vehicles on what was a perfect and popular night for convertibles! The girls arrived looking glamorous in their gowns, with the boys equally dapper in their suits and tuxedos and as is tradition, the students took to the hotel lawns for a group shot. Students then headed inside for a three course meal, enjoying each other’s company potentially for the last time together as a year group.
The photobooth as usual proved popular later on in the night, with lots of laughs as friends took photos together. Students then danced the night away with the dj set after dinner. It was a fantastic evening as the year group made the most of their time together, creating more memories as they head into the long summer break before many return to Falmouth College in September
Head of School Alex George said “Once again our Year 11 Prom was a fabulous occasion. Our students were a credit to the school and they evidently had a great time which as staff we were privileged to be a part of.”