It’s that time of year again, where the leaves fall and the air turns crisp, bringing with it the much-anticipated event of the school calendar – the Performing Arts Society’s Annual Spooky Walk. This year, our talented students took the art of suspense and drama to new heights, leaving a lasting impression on all who dared to venture into the world of ghouls and ghosts.
The Spooky Walk was a monstrous success, raising a staggering £438.66 for our beloved Performing Arts Society. At just 50p a ticket, we managed to attract a whopping 870+ brave souls to experience the spine-tingling thrills of our drama studio’s eerie transformation.
What made this year’s Spooky Walk truly special were the unforgettable performances and the spine-chilling masks that left everyone in awe. The drama studio became an eerie realm inhabited by a motley crew of characters, including menacing nuns, battle-hardened army veterans, a Pig Butcher and daring asylum escapees.
I cannot express my gratitude enough to all the student and teachers who were part of this fantastic event. I am so proud of each of our students for all their hard work, creativity and commitment to bringing this week of terror to life. The success of the event wouldn’t have been possible without their combined efforts.
You were all brilliant and we are always so proud of your exceptional contributions to our school community. Until next Halloween, keep those creative sparks alive!
English & Drama Department