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Upper Sixth Say Farewell With A Thanksgiving Eucharist And Fabulous Ball

Princethorpe’s Upper Sixth celebrated the end of the examination season and their time at Princethorpe with a beautiful Thanksgiving Eucharist and a fabulous farewell Ball.  It was one last chance for them to gather together to reminisce over their time at the College, the friends they have made and the many adventures they have had along the way.

Parents and students enjoyed a moving Eucharist service and delicious buffet supper on Tuesday 25 June in the Chapel at school and then afterwards in the Sixth Form Centre.  The Upper Sixth Ball followed one day later on Wednesday 26 June at the beautiful venue of Warwick House in Southam.

The students smartly attired in black tie and ball gowns enjoyed a sparkling reception, followed by a delicious sit-down dinner, much anticipated speeches and then dancing until dark. As is traditional, the event was superbly organised by the outgoing Head Girl, Lizzie Carr, and Head Boy, Tom Warne, with subtle touches evoking memories of the year group’s fun-filled time at the College.

It was a joyous occasion with lots of laughter, shared memories and plans for the future. Head of Sixth Form, Ben Collie said, “We wish all the Upper Sixth the very best as they move on from Princethorpe.  We very much hope that they all keep in touch and come back to tell their teachers and future pupils all about their fascinating endeavours and achievements. They have been a delightful year group, have worked hard and we are confident they will be rewarded with success when the A-level results are published in August."

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