Rowden House School – Prom night – Celebrating the class of 2020
This year’s prom had joined the long list of cancelled events. However, as we were unable to celebrate off site, we brought the party to the Campus instead.
On Wednesday 29th July, the marquee was set up in the grounds of WMLC and decorated throughout, all ready for the grand evening.
The students had been busy prior to prom night, making many fantastic paintings and decorations for their night, well done to everyone who was involved in creating such wonderful pieces of artwork.
The students all arrived looking absolutely fabulous, supported by the staff, who also looked every part of prom night too! They wowed everyone with their choice of superhero costumes and of course their dance moves!
The students had a fabulous evening, dancing to all their favourite tunes and asking for many requests from the Dazzles DJ’s.
Supper was served in individual superhero themed food carriers for all who attended. A fabulous cake displaying portraits of all our students was photographed and then carefully cut in to sections for them to enjoy.
For those who leave us this year, we wish you well, we are very proud of you and what you have achieved whilst being with us at Rowden House School.
It was a beautiful evening, the students (and staff) all had a great prom night. Thanks go to all the staff supporting the students, to the staff who gave up their time to decorate the marquee in the afternoon, to the staff who came along in the evening, Dazzles entertainments for the tunes and most importantly the students who had a fabulous evening.
Until next time……………..
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