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Old Hall School Celebrate

The examination classes of 2011 at Hethersett Old Hall School gathered for their celebration success evening.

The girls were there to receive their exam certificates, the results of all their hard work in Year 11 and the Upper Sixth.

Pupils Catherine Lovick and Hannah Gaskin opened the evening with a piano and violin instrumental performance of "Walking in the Air." followed by headmaster Stephen Crump's opening address.

After the presentation of certificates current sixth formers showed off their musical and dramatic talents to entertain guests. Liberty Saxby Bridger (pictured opposite) and Rebekah Oelrichs performed Dickensian monologues from the school production of A Christmas Carol. Madi Gianfrancesco and Hannah Brighton sang a duet, whilst Helen Stephenson accompanied on guitar. Helen Stephenson, Hannah Gaskin and Hannah Brighton performed "Here Comes the Sun."

Talks were also given on the new sixth form enrichment programme, the work the sixth form is doing in the school community and a light hearted film showed the joys of the Duke of Edinburgh award ended the evening.

Two new sixth form prizes were inaugurated, one for personal development and the other for service to the school community. The first recipients were Gemma Smith and Charlotte Bacon.

The event proved a successful reunion of parents, pupils and staff past and present, a pleasant social occasion and an enjoyable demonstration of the varied talents of the current sixth formers.